For Career Education and Training Day, South Coast College reached out to our alumni to share their experiences in becoming a court reporter at South Coast College. We received a number of heartfelt responses, and here are just a few. Andrea Rinker Chavez, CSR South Coast College is the premier school in California for court
Thanks to the kind generosity of Antha Ward, President of Quick Caption, Inc., and Melissa Sosa, CSR, Director of Realtime Captioning and CART Services for Quick Caption, Inc., South Coast College is excited to announce that for the first time EVER, our Graduation ceremony with be live-captioned so that our deaf and hard-of-hearing loved ones
South Coast College graduates in the Paralegal Studies Program at South Coast College are able to be placed in paralegal positions that involve research and legal writing. Here are some of the recent graduates and the firms where the South Coast College paralegal graduates are working. Tom Sinsky, J.D., Outreach Coordinator for South Coast College,
Reason No. 1 Placement of a medical assistant student begins with the enrollment interview. South Coast College is fortunate enough to be able to limit the size of its medical assistant program to enable students to have personalized attention. For this reason, South Coast College is able to look for the ideal medical assistant candidate.
Congratulations to Trisha Wiener, CSR, graduate of the Court Reporting Program at South Coast College in Orange, for being selected as an official reporter for Riverside County courts. Trisha has worked since earning her Certified Shorthand Reporter (CSR) license as a deposition reporter. She recently complete a 12-week Realtime Workshop at South Coast College.
Just to remind our court reporting alumni of South Coast College in Orange, you have 10 days to apply for the Santa Cruz County Official Court Reporter position. Santa Cruz is a great place to live and work. Click here for more information. Look for the court reporter position opening on that page.
Just a reminder to South Coast College alumni of the Court Reporting Program that Orange County Superior Court is still hiring. The base salary of a Superior Court Reporter starts at $81,845 to $86,414. In addition, you receive transcript fees, benefits, and 13 paid holidays a year. A realtime certification earns you an additional 2.75 percent
South Coast College located in Orange, CA, is helping to fill some of the vacancies that are being created nationwide as many court reporters reach retirement age. In the Orange County area, two graduates recently were hired — one in Orange County and one in Riverside County. Another was hired for an officialship in North
South Coast College, a little niche college in Orange, CA, surprisingly produces an amazing number of entrepreneurs primarily because of the programs that it offers (court reporting, paralegal, and medical assistant), and the assistance it gives to students to develop their entrepreneurial skills. What is more amazing is that these alumni return to share their
Thanks to Diana Whitesel, CSR, Official Reporter, and alumna of South Coast College in Orange, CA, for reminding us that there are still openings at the LA Superior Court. You know that there is a demand when court reporting positions remain open for long periods of time. Alumni have also been telling us that they