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Fellowship Program

Alderson Court Reporting is proud to support recent court reporting graduates entering the industry. Our Fellowship Program is a fantastic opportunity for you to join a prestigious firm in Washington, D.C. You will work with the highest levels of government, international law firms, and global corporations.

Alderson has an experienced team who will support you throughout the program. The team is comprised of veteran court reporters, scopists, and proofreaders who will mentor your professional development. Additional dedicated office support staff will work with you to manage your weekly schedule and your transcript backlog.

Alderson Fellows receive the following compensation and benefits:

  • Base salary (for the first year) plus page rate
  • 19 paid vacation days per year
  • 7 paid company holidays per year
  • Comprehensive healthcare benefits (medical, vision, and dental)
  • Optional FSA accounts for pre-tax dollars for healthcare and public transit
  • Reimbursement for wellness, gym, and/or fitness memberships, up to $100 per quarter
  • Short-term and long-term disability
  • Life insurance
  • 401(k) with employer matching program
  • Case Catalyst software license

For more information about the Fellowship Program, contact Resource Development Director Joe Bradley at 202-336-8812 or joe.bradley@aldersonreporting.com.

“The fellowship program for reporters is unlike anything else in the industry. The amount of hands-on feedback and guidance I received while in this program made the transition from court reporting student to working professional reporter very smooth. The experience I have obtained in just my first year as a reporter is something I never knew was possible, and it's all thanks to this new innovative program created by the dedicated staff at Alderson. I would encourage any new reporter to try this program. It's a great way to get your feet wet and still have available the mentors and resources necessary for a reporter fresh out of school."
-Angela, Alderson Fellow