We provide the keys to a career with flexibility, job security, and a powerful earning potential.
- SCI’s job placement rate exceeds 95%.
- Average income for court reporters is $64,000 a year across much of the country.
Love your job
- Schedule your work.
- Work from office.
- Travel opportunities!
- Work from home.
- Job security.
- Realtime reporting skills can put you in exciting career fields.
- Closed Captioning, Mobile, Broadcast Captioning, Webcasting, Freelance Court Reporting, more posibilities.
Rachel Gwidt graduates early and enjoys her booming court reporting career!Read Story
Carolyn Crescio starts a thriving court reporting career after experiencing a downsizing in the fashion industry.Read more
Alison Gulino says goodbye to "No Overtime" and hello to earning her own income on her terms!Read Story
After the Thanksgiving holiday passes and you've begun your holiday shopping, put on your calendar to spend a morning with us for our Open House on December 12th. If evening works better, then our next Open House in Janu...Read More
During our Spring graduation of 2013, our featured guest speaker was veteran reporter Pat Mulligan, who spoke of her transition to realtime reporting and where it has taken her career, including the reporting of deposit...Read More
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About StenoTech Career Institute
StenoTech Career Institute is New Jersey's premier accredited training facility for careers in court and conference reporting, broadcast captioning, CART, closed captioning, webcasting, and court reporter scoping. For the past 24 years, we have been placing our students in careers that offer flexibility, job security, and great pay. With campus in Piscataway, NJ, StenoTech provides training to students from Sussex County to Ocean County, from eastern Pennsylvania, and from Rockland and Orange counties in New York to Manhattan and Staten Island.
Our programs will teach you the art of capturing the spoken word in "realtime" so participants can immediately view them on a screen. Our students also learn how to produce a professional transcript of the proceedings they report on their stenowriters.
Today’s court reporters have amazing careers and use their skills in many places outside of the traditional courtroom -- from the boardroom to the classroom, from live theater to working from home, where they might caption the Olympics or report a telephonic deposition or provide captions for an Internet site. A career as a court reporter puts you on the cutting edge of a digital era in an industry where there are more jobs than reporters to fill them. StenoTech's job placement rate is over 95%, with graduates often signed with an agency or job before their last day of school.