Kay Moody and studentHobart, IN—College of Court Reporting (CCR) is about to reach its 30th year of operation. Kay Moody (pictured standing with a student to the right), founder of the college, never dreamed that what started as a small school in her home could have turned into the online innovator CCR is today. With over 250 online and onsite students, CCR would now like to invite the community to see what their support has allowed the CCR family to contribute to education.

Over the years, the college has revised its curriculum to meet the high demands of today’s technology. CCR teaches all the courses necessary for a court reporting career, and students also have the opportunity to enroll in additional courses for broadcast captioning or communication access realtime translation (CART) reporting, which aids the deaf and hard-of-hearing. The school’s growth is largely attributed to its ability to innovate and develop instruction with technology in mind.

“Our goal and greatest challenge as a school is to incorporate the newest technology into our instruction so that students leave CCR ready to compete for the best jobs,” says President Jeff Moody.

CCR will host a 30th Anniversary Onsite Open House to showcase the school to community members and prospective students. The Open House will take place on January 7, 2014, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. CST. If you are interested in learning more about a high-tech career that makes a civic contribution to your community, please feel free to join us on January 7!

College of Court Reporting was the first online program in the country to be certified by the National Court Reporters Association. With the help of CCR’s innovative minute-by-minute evaluation method, the College produced more graduates last year than any other school in the country. For more information on furthering your education, contact Nicky at 866-294-3974.