An Interview with a Top Paralegal

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

How One Student Touches a Community

Every year for the past 8 years, South Coast College in Orange, California, together with a community of partners in Orange, sponsors a number of activities to raise money for Tiffany Cowan, a former student in the Court Reporting Program at South Coast College in Orange. This year, South Coast College in Orange celebrated its annual

Storage Wars on A&E Features South Coast College

SCC Featured on Storage Wars On Tuesday October 27th, 2015 members of the South Coast College community will appear on an episode of A&E’s Storage Wars titled “Lock, Stock and One Smoking Darrell.” Members of the show, now in its eighth season, visited the campus during the summer to get some expert assistance appraising something

Lifehacker Court Reporter, Graduate of South Coast College

The Lifehacker article on the career of court reporting has brought such attention to the career of stenography that many people are asking where this court reporter gained her court reporting or stenography knowledge and expertise. Cassandra Caldarella, CSR, graduate of South Coast College in Orange, CA, not only graduated from South Coast College but

Whitney Valadez Kumar, CSR, Passes Difficult Realtime Test

Congratulations to Whitney Valadez Kumar, CSR, CCRR, a graduate of the Court Reporting Program at South Coast College, for passing the difficult latest California Certified Realtime Reporter (CCRR) Examination. Only three reporters passed the CCRR, a test that measures the ability of a stenographer to keep the record while writing realtime.  President Jean Gonzalez said

Seeking Experienced Court Reporters for Remote Work

Seeking Experienced Court Reporters for Remote Work Kathy DiLorenzoDirector, U.S. Court Reporting, Planet Depos LLC Planet Depos, a global court reporting agency based in Washington, D.C., is seeking experienced court reporters who are interested in covering remote legal proceedings, specifically trials and hearings. Minimum state and/or national certification required. The reporter is provided login credentials

South Coast College Students and Alumni Participate in Mock Trials

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

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