CCRA Student Scholarship

Breaking News -- CCRA has received a donation from the San Diego Superior Court Reporters Association to add to CCRA's scholarship fund.

The California Court Reporters Association will award a $1,000 scholarship to a student in the 160-qualifiers speed level.  The recipient will be selected by the Support Our Students (SOS) Committee and approved by the Board of Directors.  The CCRA Student Scholarship is made possible thanks to generous donations from reporters and local court reporting associations interested in preserving the profession of court reporting.

Scholarship application and essay must be postmarked by Friday, September 22, 2017, at Midnight.

Essay to answer the following question:  When you graduate and go to work as a reporter/captioner/CART provider, how do you plan to give back to students, to the profession, and the people who helped you achieve your goals?

Essay Instructions:  Essay limit is no more than two pages, must be in legal format using line and page numbers and must use the Minimum Transcript Format Standards adopted by the Court Reporters Board.  Your essay must be read, approved and initialed by your English instructor.  If requirements are not followed, the essay will not be considered.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Current member of CCRA.
  • Speed level:  160-qualifiers speed level and in good academic standing.  Do not send transcripts.  The SOS Committee Chair will verify your eligibility.
  • Essay must be read, approved and initialed for submission by your English instructor and include your name and speed level.

Click here for the Student Scholarship Application.