Leverage the power of chapters and special interest groups (SIGs) consisting of members from around the world. Build lifelong relationships and advance your career through participation in STC’s global community of technical communicators. STC’s communities involve education, advocacy, and member outreach at both the local and global level. There are two ways to get involved with STC communities—by geographic location (Professional or Student Chapters) or by area of interest (SIGs). Current membership in the STC is a requirement for joining a Chapter or SIG.
You can make your community selections with your membership application with STC. Dues are $25 for chapters, and $10 for SIGs. Current members who wish to add communities to their existing membership can enroll by contacting STC membership at +1 (703) 522-4114 with payment information and your community selection. Members using their free community allotment can also email email@example.com.
The following membership categories receive complimentary community membership:
- Gold: one free professional chapter, any/all SIGs free
- Student: one free professional chapter, one free student chapter (if applicable), one free SIG, Academic SIG
- Retired: one free professional chapter, one free SIG
- Sustaining: any/all chapters or SIGs free
Follow the links below to search for a specific community page, or to view resources and information for community leaders.
STC professional chapters are located around the globe for those who enjoy the benefits of local programming and networking with a diverse focus.
Special Interest Groups
Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are composed of STC members with common experiences and interests who share their knowledge with each other and with other STC members.
STC student chapters
STC student chapters are located at colleges and universities, primarily in North America.
George Mason University
James Madison University
Michigan Tech University
Missouri Science & Technology University
Missouri State University
Texas Tech University