Minnesota Association of Verbatim Reporters and Captioners

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Description The mission of the MAVRC is to create an understanding of the role of verbatim stenographic reporters and communication access realtime translation providers, and to promote and ensure that they are the preferred professionals who, through education, training, state-of-the-art technology and high professional and ethical standards, capture and manage the record.
Address PO Box 375
Marshall
Minnesota
56258
United States of America
Phone number (507) 532-0676
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Submission Date 12/20/10 (Edited 05/27/14)



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