CAREER PATHS

It's clear in today's employment market:
Practical Skills are the best way to get a good job!

Golden State College will teach you this unique skill.

Join the
Elite Team of Realtime Reporters

JUDICIAL REPORTING:
As guardian of the record, be front and center at controversial and highly publicized cases... criminal trials, millionaire divorces, government corruption trials - Everybody is suing Somebody!






courtroom
depositions
independent contractor
or own your own firm
call the shots
BROADCAST CAPTIONING:
Rules issued by the FCC require that all new TV programming be captioned to allow the hearing impaired equal access to all television programming. Realtime writers provide that captioning. Excellent income. Work from home. Watch TV for a living!







the Tonight Show
the Oscars
nightly news
the Olympic Games
emergency broadcasts
the Emmys
sporting events

MEDIA-ROOM REPORTER:
The US Sports Association is providing this service for the media working on a deadline. Take down verbatim comments of individual players and coaches. Translate into written word and issue a perfect transcript to the media in two to four minutes. USA Today stated that the media-room reporter is especially valuable when there is a potentially controversial issue brewing.




after all sports events
CART REPORTING:
Communication Access Realtime Reporting
The enactment of the Americans With Disabilities Act has created a demand for CART services that exceeds the
capacity to provide them. Extremely rewarding field. Students with limited vision, hearing or attention span benefit from this one-on-one assistance.






assist students in classrooms
attend their class & translate the lectures into readable text
WEBCASTING & REPORTING TO THE INTERNET:
There is an urgent need for reporters with this skill!
Instantly transmit realtime to all parties via computers
online. Excellent income.





online conferences
legal deposition testimony
sales meetings
press conferences
technical training seminars

POLITICAL REPORTER:
These specialized reporters are assigned to the President, Speaker of the House, representatives, senators and other dignitaries. If you savor independence and travel, this area of reporting can take you all over the world.






travel extensively with politicians or
political groups
use the latest technology
meetings, speeches, official presentations
CONGRESSIONAL REPORTER:
A challenging, ongoing learning experience. These prominent reporters work in the Supreme Court, the House of Representatives, the Senate, etc. Have the most exciting front row seat to the ever-changing policies affecting our lives.






employed by state or national
legislative bodies
produce record within an hour
work in team of ten reporters
GOVERNMENT REPORTER:
These reporters provide a crucial service that is in high demand. The first to report legislation, hearings, and political meetings. Responsible for recording history as it happens.





regular working hours
above-average salaries
excellent benefits
PUBLIC REPORTER:
The demand for these services exceeds the capacity to
provide them. Need continues to rapidly increase since the recent federal legislation which requires equal access for all people. FBI, CIA, and other government organizations are now required to have a reporter if one deaf or hard-of-hearing person is present.





hearings, seminars, forums
SCOPISTS:
Work at home for judicial reporters. Read the Steno-to-English translation checking for "mistranslates" that need editing and corrections.





no certification required
edit/proofread for reporters
RAPID DATA ENTRY:
Persons with basic court reporting skills, a CAT system, and speed faster than typists (approx. 100 wpm) are in demand. Medical/legal transcribing off dictated tapes.





enter computer data for hospitals, insurance companies
PUBLISHING TRANSCRIPTIONIST:
These reporters are highly paid for their understanding of language and ability to be versatile. A great area for those interested in the literary field and the publishing industry.





transcribe taped dictation from author, editor, publisher
vast variety & content
CORPORATE TRANSCRIPTIONIST:
If the corporate world sounds intriguing, this area of reporting is a valuable asset to major corporations. Report the minutes of important board meetings. Hard copy is given to CEO for final editing and publication. Assignments pay well.


report board meetings
 


Golden State College of Court Reporting & Captioning
is approved by the California State Approving Agency to enroll
veterans and other eligible persons.