Kelly Moranz Makes the "Tri-C Times"
Since 1971, the Captioning and Court Reporting program at Tri-C has trained future court reporters. Read how the program has flourished under the leadership of Kelly Moranz — even under exceptional circumstances — in the Summer 2022 issue of Tri-C Times.
There is much to celebrate!
The Captioning and Court Reporting program loves to celebrate our students' success!
We would like to congratulate Sheena Franco for passing her Certified Verbatim Reporter exam.
We are also celebrating Caitlin Walsh, who has received the 2023 OCRA Cardinal Foundation Student Scholarship.
Stay tuned for future reasons to celebrate.
MSN Names Court Reporting as One of the Top Jobs That Doesn't Require a Degree
Ever wonder if a degree is necessary to land a secure, high-paying job? MSN has named court reporting as one of nine careers that pay well without a degree. Read the Mediafeed article.
Women in Transition Program Helps Laura Stasik Find a Path to a Secure Future
Laura Stasik, who turned 59 in April, has always had jobs — secretary, data entry, restaurant work — but she’s never had what she would call a career. Read about Stasik's journey.
Is Court Reporting a Solid Career Choice?
Wondering if an education in court reporting is a safe choice to hang your future on? Check out this 24/7 Wall St. article on the top 10 college majors with the lowest unemployment.
Voice Writers Needed Nationwide
Are voice writers in demand? Industry professionals weigh in on the current job climate. Read the Talk Technologies article on the nationwide demand for voice reporters.
Demand Is Growing in the Captioning and Court Reporting Profession
Read the Smart Business article.
Tri-C and Jen Krueger Win JCR Awards
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Discover How Students Give Back
Read the The JCR.com article.