ELMHURST, Ill., March 6, 2020 (Newswire.com) - Stenograph, LLC, the leader in technology development for court reporting and captioning professionals, announced the winner of a new scholarship that honors Stenograph’s founder, Milton H. Wright. Stenograph, LLC, in partnership with The National Court Reporters Foundation, awarded this merit-based, two-year scholarship to Lisa Wurtinger. Ms. Wurtinger is a student at Anoka Technical College in Anoka, Minnesota, and has completed an NCRA A to Z® Intro to Steno Machine Shorthand program.
“I am incredibly honored to be a recipient of this scholarship, as I know so many students have worked hard for this opportunity,” Lisa Wurtinger said. “The A to Z program introduced me to this incredible field, and to receive recognition for my hard work is so rewarding. The generosity of Stenograph with this scholarship gives me the encouragement and determination to continue on this journey toward graduation.”
“I am extremely pleased that through Stenograph’s Milton H. Wright scholarship, we are able to support a well-deserving student such as Ms. Wurtinger in her endeavor,” said Stenograph President, Anir Dutta. “Her essay about the role of technology and its application to enhance this noble profession was very thoughtful and indeed refreshing. This is exactly the kind of thought required to secure the future of this profession. We at Stenograph would like to wish Ms. Wurtinger every success in her pursuit to become a certified court reporter.”
“NCRF so appreciates Stenograph’s commitment to the future of the court reporting and captioning professions and the company’s generosity to aid students financially in their journey into this wonderful career,” said Tami Keenan, FAPR, RPR, CPE, Chair of the NCRF Trustees. “NCRF and NCRA are grateful to be able to help honor the memory and legacy of Milton H. Wright through this memorial scholarship. Paying it forward to help others be successful and productive is not only humbling, but it also sets the precedent for others to do the same in the future. Stenograph’s pledge reflects an important virtue that is deeply embraced within the court reporting and captioning community.”
Stenograph’s Milton H. Wright Memorial Scholarship, worth up to $5,000 per year, includes the use of a student writer and software.
Source: Stenograph, LLC