Our Court Reporting Candidates Top the List

South Coast College in Orange once again, according to the Fall Newsletter published by the Court Reporters Board, produced 20 percent of all the licensed Certified Shorthand Reporters (CSRs) in the state (19).  The highlighted names are the graduates of South Coast College.  Additionally, the three in red are candidates who came to South Coast

Read What Alumni Have to Say About Their Chosen Professions

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

Nationwide Shortage of Court Reporters

5,500 New Court Reporter Jobs Projected Across U.S. September 8, 2014 [Washington, D.C.] – According to an independent study conducted by Ducker Worldwide (Ducker), one of the nation’s leading marketplace analyst firms, demand for court reporters will exceed supply within five years, yielding a nationwide shortage. By 2018, there will be 5,500 new court reporter jobs available in

Mentors Important to New Court and Deposition Reporters

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

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