There are currently 5 part-time faculty members in the department teaching over 53 classes.
"My greatest reward in teaching in the Court Reporting Department is seeing our hard-working students reach their goals and ultimately use their education and skills to enter rewarding careers. " -- Linda Lawson
"Teaching in this challenging program has been one of the highlights of my life. The students are the best that any teacher could ever ask for. I "wear other hats" but I always come home to Court Reporting." -- Marge Throndson.
"Seeing our wonderful students succeed is my greatest reward." -- Margaret Ortiz
Sue obtained her B. A. in French from the University of California, Berkeley. She teaches English Review; Office Practices for Court Reporters; Court and Deposition Procedures; Certified Shorthand Reporters Review; Internship; and Speedbuilding courses.
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Linda obtained her B. A. in Diversified Social Sciences from California State University, Stanislaus. She teaches Theory; Speedbuilding; Computer- Aided Transcription; Realtime and Dictionary Building courses.
Margaret obtained her B. S. in Music Education from Ithaca College, NY.
She teaches Theory and Speedbuilding courses.
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Marge obtained her B. A. in Education from Stanford University and M. A. in Counseling from Santa Clara University. She teaches Speedbuilding and Medical Dictation Courses.
Pat obtained her B. A. in English from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, CA and her Paralegal Certificate from Georgetown University, Washington, D. C.
She teaches Speedbuilding courses.
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Eric Van Dorn
Eric is a California Certified Shorthand Reporter and obtained his career preparation from West Valley College. Eric is a NCRA certified reporting instructor (CRI). He teaches Speedbuilding courses.
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