LOS ANGELES COURTS are hiring newly certified reporters. Elsa Hurtado, CSR, newly hired court reporter in Los Angeles Court, told President Gonzalez about her journey after receiving notification from the Court Reporters Board (CRB) that she had passed the Certified Shorthand Reporter (CSR) Examination. Elsa is only one of the many new court reporters who
South Coast College in Orange, California, brought together alumni, students, agency owners, court representatives, employers, representatives from professional organizations, and community members to engage in an event called Pack the School on December 9, 2017. The event consisted of speakers on behalf of the Medical assistant, Paralegal, and Court reporting programs and an alumni panel
UPDATES AS OF DECEMBER 7, 2017 Court Reporting Program Professional Organization Representatives Bob Sullivan, CSR, Alumnus, Director, California Court Reporters Association (CCRA). Diane Whitesel, CSR, Alumna, President, Los Angeles County Court Reporters Association (LACCRA) Cheryl Haab, CSR, President-Elect, Deposition Reporters Association (DRA) Andrea Rinker-Chavez, CSR, Alumna, District IV Director, Deposition Reporters
South Coast College President, Jean Gonzalez, interviewed Christine Mantyla, graduate of the Paralegal Program at South Coast College, following an interview with Mark Peacock of the Law Offices of Mark Peacock who said that Christine transformed his law office. Jean Gonzalez: What made you decide to become a paralegal? Christine Mantyla: Actually, a very sad
Attorney Mark Peacock, Owner of the Law Offices of Mark Peacock, in this interview tells Jean Gonzalez, President of South Coast College, how important a paralegal is to a law office. He goes on to say that Christine Mantyla, Paralegal, graduate of South Coast College, transformed his law office and that South Coast College
Every year for the past 8 years, South Coast College in Orange, California, together with a community of partners in Orange, sponsors a number of activities to raise money for Tiffany Cowan, a former student in the Court Reporting Program at South Coast College in Orange. This year, South Coast College in Orange celebrated its annual
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.
South Coast College in Orange, CA, has an outstanding alumni who refer students, mentor students and new graduates, and take time to stay connected. Here’s a note from Ariel Pastel, CSR, who is a successful reporter who has time to pursue her passions. Ariel Pastel, CSR, graduate of the Court Reporting Program at South Coast