Professional Chapters

STC professional chapters are located around the globe for those who enjoy the benefits of local programming and networking with a diverse focus.


The STC Alberta Chapter·represents technical communicators within Alberta, Saskatchewan, and the Northwest Territories.


The Society for Technical Communication (STC), Atlanta, Georgia Chapter has more than 350 members who work in a variety of positions.


The leadership of the Austin chapter of STC uses a strategic plan to plan and execute initiatives that improve the chapter's operations and the chapter's value to its members.


The Australia Chapter was formed in 2001, with the goal of providing Australian STC members with an opportunity to initiate and become involved in local activities and to discuss local issues.


The Berkeley, California, chapter of the Society for Technical Communication was founded in 1987 and has a current membership of approximately 120.

Canada West Coast

STC Canada West Coast has 270 members who belong to our chapter and work in high-tech industries, health care, the resource industries, the legal system, utilities, and government.


The Carolina Chapter currently serves members in the Raleigh–Durham–Chapel Hill (Triangle) area of North Carolina and in the Foothills region of North and South Carolina.

Central New York

The Central New York Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication consists of professionals and students in technical communications across Central New York, including Syracuse, Ithaca, Clinton, New Hartford, Utica, Rochester, Rome, Otsego, Owego, Binghamton and Johnson City.

Charlotte Regional

The Charlotte Regional chapter of STC serves primarily members in and nearby the city of Charlotte, North Carolina.


Chicago is one of STC's oldest and largest chapters. Members include technical writers & editors, content developers, instructional designers, academics, usability experts, web designers & developers, and translators.