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The First Era: Pen Writers
All of the entrants in the first National Speed Contest in 1909 were pen shorthand writers who used the Isaac Pitman system or one of its many variations. Contestants were required to hand in transcripts of only two readings, one of testimony at 280 wpm and one of a jury charge. Two jury charge takes were dictated - one at 200 wpm and one at 220 wpm - and the contestants…
A listing of all the past winners of the National Speed Competition.
Jo Ann Bryce
NCRA awards a number of honors and awards throughout the year.
NCRF’s most prestigious award, the Santo J. Aurelio Award for Altruism, is given to a working captioner and/or court reporter with more than 25 years of experience who has given back to the profession, and to the community, with no expectation of any reward.
Bruce A. Matthews
Nancy C. Varallo
William S. Greenley (posthumously)
Sandra B. VanderPol
Fellow of the Academy of Professional Reporters is a professional distinction conferred upon a person of outstanding and extraordinary qualifications and experience in the field of shorthand reporting.
The Council on Approved Student Education (CASE) Award of Excellence is conferred upon an outstanding educator. This person exemplifies dedication to students and extraordinary contributions to reporter education.
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NCRF is proud to support students—the future of the court reporting profession— as well as new professionals in their first year as a working reporter through various scholarships and grants.
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