Mary Beth Johnson, Krista Gush and Ed Fulesday stop by to talk about court reporting and how you can try it out for free at CCAC!

When demand exceeds supply, they call it a no-brainer. Thanks to a major nationwide shortage in stenography expertise, court reporters, freelance deposition reporters and broadcast closed captioners are in demand, now, more than ever before.


Courthouse to courtside, only trained stenographers provide the expertise and skills to accurately transcribe the human nuance that digital recordings miss. That’s why the median earnings for a New York state court reporter in 2019 is more than $102,000 per year.

Day or evening, earn your court reporting certification when it’s convenient for you. New York School of Court Reporting and Career Institute’s self-paced environment makes it easy to learn on your schedule.


Take control of your career and enroll in our fast-track court reporting courses, today. In as little as 2 to 3 years, you’ll have the stenography expertise that’s in high demand, nationwide.


Volunteers perform live-closed captioning for Sunday service at the First Baptist Church of Orlando.


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