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NCRA has scholarships and grants available to students to support them throughout school and to help them achieve their goals. Find out how to apply.
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Scholarships for court reporting and captioning students
Naegeli Deposition & Trial ($1000 biannually)
Other financial resources
U.S. Department of Education
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Federal Student Aid
The College Board
The Student Loan Report
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How do I start this process?
Step 1: Watch the webinar on the Teach an NCRA A to Z Program webpage.
Step 2: Recruit someone to help you; it is always good to have a backup leader.
Step 3: Fill out and sign the online MOU form here.
Step 4: You will recevie a confirmation email and access to the Program Leader landing page.
Step 5: Review all information on the landing pag…
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List of NCRA -approved court reporting programs and schools.
NCRA is not an accrediting agency; however, all NCRA-approved programs are accredited by agencies recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
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Court reporting students can apply for scholarships, earn grant money, and qualify for financial aid and tuition assistance.