Society for Technical Communication 2020 Leadership Program
Wednesday, 27 May 2020
5:00 to 7:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
The Community Affairs Committee, the STC office, and the Board of Directors invite all community leaders to this time of celebration, education, and community. We encourage all leaders past, present and future to join us online for a time of connecting and learning. Traditionally, this event is part of the Summit, but this year we are excited to host our 2020 Leadership Program as a separate event.
Our free annual Leadership program will be hosted virtually on May 27 from 5:00-7:00pm EDT. This will enable us to:
- Provide a welcoming and inclusive Leadership program event for all STC leaders who wish to attend beyond Summit attendees
- Focus on community leadership activities
- Highlight community programming and networking
- Accommodate attendees across time zones
This event is for anyone currently in a leadership position in an STC chapter or special interest group (SIG), or if you want to be more involved in the leadership of your chapter or SIG. At the Leadership Program, you’ll be able to talk with your counterparts about what they do, meet the award-winning communities’ leadership, and get details about the successes they’ve had.
Preregistration is required to attend.
If you have not yet registered, please click on the registration link below. Please register by noon, 27 May to attend. Contact email@example.com with questions about registration. If you registered for Leadership Day through the Summit site, we already have your information and will transfer your registration.
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Information for how to access the virtual 2020 Leadership Program will be emailed to registered attendees on Tuesday, 26 May 2020.
Leadership Program Agenda:
Welcome and Recognition of our Community Achievement Award Winning Chapters.
Pacesetter Award Winners’ recognition for their community’s ground-breaking new initiative and how your community can implement what they have learned.
- Submitting the Annual Community Achievement from the Rochester Chapter
- Developing a Cross-organization Roadmap from the Southeastern Michigan Chapter
- Partnership with a Software Vendor from the Carolinas Chapter
- Documenting Chapter History from the Florida Chapter
Community Leadership Facilitated Discussions
- Recruiting Members
- Student Outreach
- Virtual Meetings
- Evolving to Thrive in 2020
To make available all of the opportunities we provide during an in-person program, we will be holding a series of webinars and networking opportunities over the next couple of months to provide broader, more in-depth training and networking for our current and potential community leaders.
Click on the following links to register for the below programs:
8 June 2020 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. EDT
The Community Affairs Committee is excited to announce a new chapter in the development of STC’s Special Interest Groups (SIGs): Communities of Practice (COP) and Communities of Interest (COI). Join the CAC as we share more information about this new model, which comes as a result of over two years of research, reflection, and listening to the concerns and suggestions from our STC members and community leaders.
9 June 7:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. EDT
An informal networking event. Come and network with fellow community leaders and members!