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
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
Thanks to Brittany Silva, CSR, graduate of South Coast College, and court reporting students (Kathy Alona, Callie Black, Robin Casillas, Jesse Frey, Kristi Longnecker, Katy Magner, Diana Martinez, and Natalie Simon) for participating in the mock trials sponsored by the National Homeschool Mock Trial Association. A special thanks also to Kristina Tan, instructor, and Suzie
Congratulations to the following candidates from South Coast College who qualified to take the March 2014 Certified Shorthand Reporters (CSR) Examination. Of the 34 students taking the CSR for the first time, 12 of them were from South Coast College. Congratulations to the students, faculty, and staff of South Coast College!!!!Susan Biard, Kristina Denapoli, Sandra
Congratulations to Susan Biard, a student in the Court Reporting Program at South Coast College, for qualifying to go to the March 2014 Certified Shorthand Reporter (CSR) Examination. Susan is the sister-in-law of Stephanie Biard Leslie, CSR, graduate of South Coast College and co-owner of Regal Court Reporters. Stephanie has been a great role
South Coast College students who have taken the November 2013 Certified Shorthand Reporter (CSR) Examination are awaiting their results. Many are using this time to continue their apprenticeship by sitting out with experienced reporters in both court and deposition settings. Kayla Lotstein is one of those students who is excited about the experiences that
Brittany Silva, a student in the Court Reporting Program at South Coast College, has qualified to go to the Certified Shorthand Reporter (CSR) Examination in less than two years. Her goal when she started was to qualify for the CSR in two years and be 19 years old. Brittany has achieved her goal. Brittany is