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What is INCRA?

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INCRA – What is INCRA? 

The Indiana Court Reporters Association, or INCRA for short, is the local organization for professional court reporters here in Indiana.  Members pay annual dues in return for many opportunities, some of which include networking, attending conventions and training classes, obtaining support for becoming certified, earning CEUs to maintain certification, and accessing court reporter job openings nationwide. 

While INCRA’s membership consists mostly of working reporters, students are welcome to join at a reduced rate.  In addition to the opportunities afforded to all members, students can participate in the INCRA’s mentoring and scholarship programs.  INCRA even has a committee, the Student Advocacy Committee, devoted to addressing student needs and issues. 

For more information, please check out INCRA’s website at www.incraonline.com.  Join today!





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