Students - Get the Facts:
Questions to ask potential voice writing schools/programs:
Are the classes offered in a brick and mortar school, or online or a combination of both?
What are the programs being offered at the school relating to the
profession of voice writers as court reporters, CART Providers or
Has the school received state accreditation or licensing?
Does the school offer financial aid and/or scholarship opportunities?
Does the program accept any transfer credits from other schools? Does
this school have credits that other programs accept in transfer?
What is the pass/fail rate for the programs I'm interested in?
Does your school/program offer evening classes for those who work full time?
Is there an internship or externship requirement and, if so, are there opportunities arranged by the school?
Does the program offer job placement assistance? Are records available
for job placement upon successful completion of the program?
Does the school provide opportunities to meet firm owners, e.g. career
night? Which companies/firms recruit at the school? Will these
professionals do presentations for students attending the school?
Am I able to speak with an instructor, current student and/or graduate of the program?
Is there a mentoring program for current students to be mentored by graduates of the program and/or working professionals?
Does the program's cost include all software, hardware, laptop, etc.
that is needed to complete the program AND is it full install version of
software or student version of software?