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.

Los Angeles

The Los Angeles Chapter provides Angelenos who are—or wish to become—technical writers a forum for new techniques and technology, networking opportunities, classes and seminars.

Manitoba

The first meeting of STC Manitoba was in August 25, 1988, when current STC members in the province and a few others met at Great-West Life to talk about the possibilities of a new chapter.

New England

The New England chapter of the STC is based in the Boston area, but serves greater New England, including Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.  It is one of the largest chapters in the STC. In 2011, the New England chapter was created when the Boston chapter and Northern New England chapters merged to form the New England chapter.

New Mexico Kachina

The New Mexico Chapter reflects the diversity of our state with technical writers and editors, graphic artists and web designers, university professors and small “tech comm” business owners.

New York Metro

The New York Metro Chapter comprises over 500 members from New York City, Westchester, Southern Connecticut, Long Island and New Jersey.

Northeast Ohio

The NEO STC is one of the largest communities in the U.S., drawing members from all over the Northeast Ohio region.

Oklahoma

The Oklahoma chapter received its charter on May 1, 1977, and has been serving technical communicators of Oklahoma ever since. 

Orange County

The Orange County Chapter provides networking and mentoring, educational, and employment information opportunities targeting those in the technical communication and allied professions.

Orlando Central Florida

The Orlando Central Florida Chapter was formed in 1977 and is dedicated to serving the needs of technical communicators in Central Florida and beyond.

Philadelphia Metro

Philadelphia Metro Chapter offers a wide range of activities, including monthly meetings; News & Views, a monthly newsletter; employment and education information; and competitions for technical art and communications.