Scholarship Opportunities

Veritext believes that a key component to the preservation of the court reporting industry is to provide scholarship and education opportunities for incoming and enrolled students.  Court reporters play a vital role in our legal system and Veritext recognizes that we need to not only help educate the younger generation about the profession and diversity of opportunities, but to also help send them to the right court reporting schools, offer tuition assistance and mentorship, and to ultimately help them get job placement upon graduation.

We contribute to this ambitious effort by partnering with local court reporting schools to fund scholarships and awards, and by supporting industry foundations and organizations such as ProjectSteno and the National Court Reporting Foundation (NCRF) in their efforts to cultivate the profession and inspire the next generation of court reporters.

Veritext Court Reporting Student Scholarships

Veritext is proud to award scholarships to new or returning students seeking to learn stenography theory and to advance through training programs designed to help them increase speed and achieve completion.  Below is a list of available Veritext scholarships.  Stay tuned as we expand this support program in additional markets.  For application details please email us at courtreporter@veritext.com.

  • California

    Cypress Community College, Cypress, CA

  • Minnesota

    Anoka Techical College, Anoka, MN

  • Alberta, Canada

    Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, Edmonton, Alberta

ProjectSteno

Veritext is a proud supporter of ProjectSteno, an organization established in 2017 with the single-minded goal to revitalize the court reporting profession by providing resources and tuition assistance for reporter training, with the goal to replenish the field with eager, well-trained graduates. Learn more about ProjectSteno.

National Court Reporters Foundation (NCRF)

As a Platinum Donor, Veritext is an advocate of the NCRF’s mission to “support the court reporting and captioning professions through philanthropic activities” such as student scholarships, championing court reporter technologies, and encouraging historic preservation of important American stories.  Learn more about the NCRF.