NCRF has also created a Mobile Cause fundraiser in Monyeen Black's (RPR, CRR) memory. This campaign’s success will not only make Monyeen Black, RPR, CRR, an honorary NCRF Angel but will help contribute to the annual grant that honors her memory.
This grant is offered through the National Court Reporters Foundation (NCRF). New professionals must meet the eligibility requirements and submit the completed documentation listed below to qualify for the grant. New professionals who have passed EITHER the RSR or the RPR certification are encouraged to apply for the annual award, which is worth $1,000.
The Monyeen Black Memorial Grant honors the memory of Monyeen Black, RPR, CRR, who passed away on January 11, 2021. She was an active member on the 100-Day Practice Group on Facebook. She was professionally certified in California and owned the agency MBreporting located in San Ramon. She worked as a deposition reporter.
The following criteria and documentation must be met and submitted to apply:
The following documents are required to be submitted for application:
2022: Rose Detloff, RMR, Tucson, Ariz
2021: Taylor Maldonado, RPR, Dos Palos, Calif.
For more information on this and other Foundation scholarships, please contact NCRF at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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