The National Court Reporters Association (NCRA), the country’s leading organization representing stenographic court reporters, broadcast and CART captioners, and legal videographers, has announced that Feb. 10-17 has been deemed National Court Reporting & Captioning Week. The awareness week pulls together a nationwide effort to highlight the contributions of stenographic court reporters and captioners to society and to showcase the career opportunities that exist in the court reporting and captioning fields.
In conjunction with NCRA’s annual National Court Reporting & Captioning week, February 10-17, 2018, Ohio Governor John R. Kasich and Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor have recognized and declared Ohio Court Reporting and Captioning Week.
Thank you Governor John R. Kasich and Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor!
Mike Mobley Reporting and many of our court reporters are members of the Ohio Court Reporters Association (OCRA) and NCRA and are proud of this declaration for our profession here in Ohio!resolution_-_court_reporting_and_captioning_week_2018
Court reporting is consistently ranked as one of the top career options as it offers both flexibility and significant income potential. Court reporters and captioners are able to begin a career without a traditional four-year college degree, and these highly trained professionals experience the continuous professional growth associated with an in-demand career.
Looking for a good career? Court reporting is one of the leading career options that do not require a traditional four-year degree. Find out more about our Discover Court Reporting events, where you can learn more.
Here at Mike Mobley Reporting, we’re always looking for good court reporters. If you’d like to find out more about working with us, visit our court reporter position career page.