Grant for Realtime Writers

Check out this program at Tri-C

High school students
looking for career opportunities!

On October 1st, 2013, Tri-C was awarded a grant of $266,175 through its Realtime Writers Program- a program focused on training ready-to-graduate high school students with start to their career in court reporting- specifically targeting males and minorities.

Career Profile

The 2010 median salary for court reporters (as stated by the Bureau of Labor and Statistics), quoted an annual salary of around $48,000

Degree Length

This short-time program is a total of 24 credits. Not a bad choice for around a two year degree. The average salary for court reporters is similar to those who are newly entering into the programming technology field- and higher than a general Bachelors of Arts degree graduate.