NCRF A to Z® Scholarship

Students who have completed an NCRA A to Z® Intro to Steno Machine Shorthand program and are enrolled in a court reporting program are encouraged to apply for consideration of one of 15 $750 scholarship awards.

Students must meet the eligibility requirements listed below and submit an application to qualify for the scholarship.

 

Nominations open August 1, 2024

 

Scholarship requirements

Eligibility criteria

To be eligible to apply for the NCRF A to Z® Scholarship, students must meet the criteria below: 

  • Have completed an NCRA A to Z® Intro to Steno Machine Shorthand program;
  • Have received an NCRA A to Z® Certificate of Completion prior to enrollment in a court reporting program;
  • Have attained an exemplary academic record;
  • Have passed one skills test writing 60-160 words per minute at the time of submission.

 

 

How to apply

The following documents are required to be submitted for application:

  • A to Z Scholarship recommendation form
  • A to Z Scholarship speed verification form
  • A copy of the student's most recent transcript
  • A copy of the student's NCRA A to Z Certificate of Completion

 

Students who have previously been awarded an NCRF A to Z scholarship are not eligible to apply.

 

 


 

NCRF A to Z Scholarship Winners

2023 NCRF A to Z Scholarship winners
  • Starrie-Anne Alemian, Cuyahoga Community College
  • Shannon Alexy, Arlington Career Institute
  • Inga Binetruy, Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
  • Caroline Coggins, Del Mar College
  • Kylee Desotelle, Anoka Technical College
  • Victoria Felde from Tinley Park, Ill., South Suburban College
  • Sara Gerot from Elkins, Hardeman School of Court Reporting
  • Tameka Gordon, Plaza College
  • Jazmin Hernandez, Plaza College
  • Candice Hill, Cuyahoga Community College
  • Jennifer Jackson, Stenographic Institute of WNY
  • Brittany Jones, Plaza College
  • Magdalen Kirschner, Tulsa Community College
  • Reilly Lawrence, Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
  • Kate Sandridge, Tri Community Adult School

2022 NCRF A to Z Scholarship winners
  • Brooke Adams, Des Moines Area Community College
  • Jemima Alamanrode, Cuyahoga Community College
  • Mikayla Caban, Plaza College
  • Grace Carter, Stark State College
  • Alexa Duran, Plaza College
  • Jordan Fair, Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
  • Megan Hulse, Poway Adult School
  • Marissa Javier, Plaza College
  • Vivian Lau, Plaza College
  • Rachel Leon, Downey Adult School
  • Vennecia Lopez, Cuyahoga Community College
  • Jessi Norris, Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
  • Cheyenne Preston, Poway Adult School
  • Alexandra Simon, Plaza College
  • Lucy Wilde, Northern Alberta Institute of Technology

2021 NCRF A to Z Scholarship winners
  • Scott Bellile, Technical College in Cleveland, Wis.
  • Heather Bonds, College of Court Reporting
  • Dana Kelly, Plaza College
  • Courtney Kercheval, Arlington Career Institute
  • Mary Lancaster, Oklahoma State University
  • Eneida Mendez, Plaza College
  • Maureen Moore, Cuyahoga Community College
  • Gordon Robertson, Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
  • Christine Romans, Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
  • Cynthia Viau, Plaza College

2020 NCRF A to Z Scholarship winners
  • Alexis Arnold, Cuyahoga Community College
  • Karen Collis, Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
  • Rebekah Garza, San Antonio College
  • Carnice Hill, MacCormac College
  • Deneatha McGeachy, Hardeman School of Court Reporting & Captioning
  • Sarah Richmond, Plaza College
  • Carrie Schill, Northern Alberta Community College
  • Luisa Vertucci, Plaza College
  • Jennifer Webb, Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
  • Jill Wright, Stark State College

2019 NCRF A to Z Scholarship winners
  • Stacie Cain, College of Court Reporting
  • Sophia Crites, Cuyahoga Community College
  • Jennie Dunlap, Hardeman School of Court Reporting and Captioning
  • Camryn Dunne, Des Moines Area Community College
  • Alicia Floerchinger, Alfred State College
  • Maria Foreman, Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
  • Jennifer Gale, Community College of Allegheny College
  • Jana Oelbaum, Long Island Business Institute
  • Diego Ramirez, San Antonio College
  • Karlye Walton, Des Moines Area Community College