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The Corrinne Clark Professionalism Institute was developed by the National Court Reporters Foundation (NCRF) to educate court reporting students and new professionals about professionalism, branding, and building a successful career. NCRF develops materials, such as seminars and articles, that support court reporting students and new professionals throughout their careers.
The Corrinne Clark Pro…
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Welcome to the Virtual Mentor Program.
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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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The following state and local court reporter associations also have mentoring programs. If you would prefer to find a mentor from one of these groups, please visit their website or email them directly.
Arizona Court Reporters Association
The Arizona Court Reporters Association has started a mentoring program that matches graduates with working reporters so new reporters have a buddy their fi…
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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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What is NCRA approval?
For over 60 years, NCRA has worked with schools across the country to ensure that court reporting education is upheld to the highest quality learning and industry standards.
What does that mean? NCRA serves as an independent, third-party organization that reviews and approves court reporting programs, measuring them against established standards of educational excellenc…
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Student membership is available to students currently enrolled in a formal stenographic court reporting or scoping program.
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Scholarships for court reporting and captioning students
Naegeli Deposition & Trial ($1000 annually)
Other financial resources
U.S. Department of Education
Learn How to Become
Federal Student Aid
The College Board
The Student Loan Report
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Court reporting students can apply for scholarships, earn grant money, and qualify for financial aid and tuition assistance.