We’re off and running. The plan is working!
- Since Project Steno began fundraising in January of this year, we’ve raised over $200,000 in pledges.
- We have granted tuition assistance (approx. $2,500/year per student for two years) to a number of students.
Realtime Center for Learning, Oklahoma College of Court Reporting, and San Antonio College join the ranks at Project Steno.
The Pennsylvania, Florida, and Alabama Court Reporters Associations and the Texas Deposition Reporters Association each pledge at least $10,000 to become Gold Contributors.
The captioning and court reporting program at Cuyahoga becomes the first Project Steno Partner Program in the state of Ohio.
Champion Steno, StenoTrain, and the Community College of Allegheny County join the Hardeman School of Court Reporting in Project Steno’s inaugural Partner Program.
Realtime Coach has pledged to match contributions to Project Steno, up to $50,000, in support of its mission to recruit students into the court reporting and captioning professions.
February 19, 2018, Worcester, MA – Project Steno, newly incorporated in 2017 to grow the court reporting profession, announced today it has received a commitment from Realtime Coach to match all contributions to Project Steno, up to $50,000 – a major and generous financial commitment!
“Project Steno” Launches Tuition Assistance Program and Process to Address Urgent Shortage of Court Reporters
December 7, 2017, Worcester, MA — Media outlets and governmental authorities continually point to court reporting as a growth profession over the next decade. At the same time, the collective aging of the court reporting profession is creating a significant shortage of court reporters, just as demand is increasing. This creates both a challenge and an opportunity.