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
South Coast College graduates in the Paralegal 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, indicated
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.
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.
The Steno-interpreting/CART Workshop at South Coast College in Orange, CA, that ended on Friday, February 12, 2016, was a resounding success. Attendees included a federal court reporter, four CSRs, two current CART providers, and a number of students who were at least in qualifying or ready to take the State CSR. Thanks to Melissa Sosa,