"hit on the Cover Depos tab on the top of the main page, hit the red dot on the map where you'll cover work, and then click on the tab to "Join the Group." Once you do that, your email address will be saved with everyone else's…"
hit on the Cover Depos tab on the top of the main page, hit the red dot on the map where you'll cover work, and then click on the tab to "Join the Group." Once you do that, your email address will be saved with everyone else's email address and you'll receive email blasts of jobs in your area. You just contact the agency directly from the email with their contact info. As I said, you'll receive "email blasts" of job offers.
Love your page. The song that is playing is so mellow. I just wanted to introduce myself and say hi.
I'm a relatively new scopist trying
to basically get my foot in the door in this business. I'm looking to court reporters to find out exactly what they
may be looking for in a good scopist. I'm fairly certain that the biggest thing I lack is experience. I have
taken online scoping courses for the past 12 months, and have a friend who is also a scopist who has been
helping me as well. If you do use a scopist, I would like to know if you would be willing to let me scope a few pages for you for free.
It is my hope that maybe I can gain some credibility and real hands on experience this way. I would very much like to be critiqued on my work as I feel this is the only way I'm going to learn and continually improve. I would also be willing to proofread, but to be quite honest, I have no formal experience in that field. I do consider myself to be on target spotting mistakes and punctuation errors when reading random things, but I don't want to even think that qualifies me as a decent proofreader. Any advice on proofreading would also be greatly appreciated.
Thank you so much for any information you may be able to offer.