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.
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 Read More
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, Read More
The court reporting profession has been around for a long time, and the opportunities for these highly trained professionals continue to grow. While most of us think of a court reporter as the person who reports legal proceedings in the courtroom, there are many other fields that require the expertise of a court reporter.Besides CART Read More
Co-founder of hitBox, Dustin Huffer, CSR, was interested in video gaming when he enrolled in the Court Reporting Program at South Coast College. Dustin applied the skills that he acquired in playing video games to developing the skill of court reporting. Dustin went on to complete the Court Reporting Program in record time and pass Read More
The Americans with Disabilities Act has ushered in an increased demand for captioners. Kristina Tan, a representative from South Coast College, attended a recent presentation by Carol Padden, Professor of Communications at University of California at San Diego, and Benjamin Lewis, Instructor of Linguistics and American Sign Language at UCLA. The presentation spent a significant Read More