Stenograph's Milton H. Wright Memorial Scholarship

First-time winner announced

Lisa-Wurtinger

The National Court Reporters Foundation has announced Lisa Wurtinger, a student at Anoka Technical College in Anoka, Minn. as the winner of Stenograph’s Milton H. Wright Memorial Scholarship. Lisa will receive the merit-based two-year award, which is worth up to $5,000 per year and will include use of a student writer and software.

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The Stenograph’s Milton H. Wright Memorial Scholarship honors the memory of Milton H. Wright, Stenograph’s founder. Students from NCRA-approved reporter education programs are encouraged to apply for the merit-based two-year award, which is worth up to $5,000 per year and will include use of a student writer and software.

This scholarship is offered through the National Court Reporters Foundation. Students must meet the eligibility requirements and submit the completed documentation listed below to qualify for the scholarship. Notification of the MHW Memorial Scholarship is sent each November to all NCRA-approved court reporting programs.

 

Stay tuned for full requirements for the 2021 scholarship period.

 

Eligibility

To be eligible to apply for the Milton H. Wright Memorial Scholarship, students must meet the criteria below:

 

Document requirements

The following documents are required to be submitted for application:

  • Speed verification form
  • A copy of the student's most recent transcript
  • A double-spaced essay responding to the following question: “Describe the role of technology in the future of reporting”

 

 

Contact

For more information on the Milton H. Wright Memorial Scholarship, please contact the Education Department at schools@ncra.org