Stenograph, LLC, the leader in technology development for court reporting and captioning professionals, today announced the winner of a scholarship opportunity for Project Steno students: Stenograph’s Robert T. Wright Memorial Scholarship. Stenograph, LLC, in partnership with Project Steno, awarded this merit-based, two-year scholarship to Breanne Alford. Ms. Alford’s essay addressing the role of technology in court reporting and captioning of the future was the winning entry.
“It is an absolute honor to be the recipient of this scholarship,” said Breanne Alford. “I am thankful and in awe of Stenograph’s generosity! I appreciate all of the encouragement I’ve received from the Project Steno team and I can’t wait to start this journey.”
“Stenograph is proud to support this scholarship and we are thrilled to be able to assist such a worthy candidate in achieving her goal of becoming a professional stenographer,” said Star Levandowski, Vice President of Corporate Strategy, Stenograph, LLC. “This scholarship is reflective of our desire to continue to strengthen and promote the court reporting and captioning professions for years to come.”
“The board of Project Steno would like to thank Stenograph for their generosity and leadership,” said Nancy Varallo, Executive Director. “We depend on support from each stakeholder in our community to boost the numbers of graduates entering the profession. We know we have a partner in Stenograph supporting our goals.”
Stenograph’s Robert T. Wright Memorial Scholarship, worth up to $5,000 per year, includes the use of a student writer and software (payments will be made directly to the student’s school/program to cover all costs for two years).
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