See details below for eligibility and how you can apply.
The Carl Sauceda Grant is offered through the National Court Reporters Foundation (NCRF). The $1,000 grant will be awarded to an NCRA member who is a court reporter or captioner and who has shared his or her knowledge by either helping to build a mentoring network, assisting others to advance their skills, or providing a comparable learning activity.
Carl Sauceda, FAPR, RMR (Ret.), of Hayward, Calif., was elected to serve as the National Court Reporters Association President from 1999 to 2000, but his legacy of giving back to others carries on today.
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After having served as an official court reporter in the courtroom for more than 45 years, I felt that I was one of the most fortunate persons in the world to embrace the profession of court reporting, a career that I enjoyed tremendously. My becoming a court reporter introduced a world to me that I would have never known. Carl Sauceda, FAPR, RMR (Ret.)
Members must meet the eligibility requirements and submit the completed documentation listed below to qualify for the grant.
The following documents and information are required to be submitted for application:
Donate to the Carl Sauceda Grant fundraiser to support the annual grant that honors his memory.
2022: Margary Rogers, RPR, CRI, Washington, D.C.
For more information on this and other Foundation programs, please contact NCRF at email@example.com.
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