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
Congratulations to Trisha Wiener, CSR, graduate of the Court Reporting Program at South Coast College in Orange, for being selected as an official reporter for Riverside County courts. Trisha has worked since earning her Certified Shorthand Reporter (CSR) license as a deposition reporter. She recently completed a 12-week Realtime Workshop at South Coast College.
The Deposition Reporters Association (DRA) in an attempt to foster the increase of deposition reporters to the field is offering the following scholarship. Thanks to Yuriko Meliss Ramos for bringing this scholarship to our attention. Ms. Ramos writes, “The Deposition Reporters Association is proud to offer the $1,500 DRA Zandonella scholarship to two deserving California
Thanks to Rich Alossi, CSR, RPR, CCRR, Vice President of the Deposition Reporters Association (DRA) for taking time to come to the South Coast College Realtime Workshop to explain the guidelines for taking the CCRR Examination and to give specific tips for taking the examination. The court reporters who are attending the workshop are preparing
Andrea Rinker, CSR, RPR, CRR Andrea Rinker, CSR, RPR, CRR, is one of the many university graduates who decided after receiving a B.A. degree to find a career that would utilize what she had learned. She enrolled at South Coast College in the Court Reporting Program and has found a career that allows her to
The California Court Reporters Association (CCRA) and the Deposition Reporters Association (DRA) in California along with South Coast College and the colleges in California that have court reporting programs are working diligently to get the word out to prospective students about this little known, wonderful, lucrative career of court reporting before California faces this same