Have you attended the STC Technical Communication Summit & Expo in the past and thought we could have expanded on a topic, or covered something entirely new? Now is your chance to submit a proposal and be an official part of the program! We’ve extended the deadline to submit a proposal to 30 September ensure the very best program for our attendees. The 2020 Technical Communication Summit & Expo will be held 15-18 May in Bellevue, Washington, at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue.

The Summit attracts over 650 attendees and 40 exhibitors during a three-day period that brings together like-minded individuals to share and expand their knowledge of the technical communication field. We are looking for speakers to present their knowledge, research, work experiences, technical expertise, and, most importantly, their willingness to teach others.

Learn more about the submission process using these important links:
  • Call for Proposals — Learn about the general process, what we’re looking for, how to upload your proposal, and more.
  • Tracks and Topic Ideas — Review a list of topic areas and tracks to inspire you.
  • Types and Audience Experience Levels — Submit either a presentation or a preconference workshop proposal. Submitters are limited to a total of two session proposal submissions and two preconference workshop submissions.

Proposals are due by 11:59 PM EDT (GMT-4) on Monday, 30 September 2019. All proposals must be submitted through the online submission system outlined on the Call for Proposals webpage.

The work you are doing is an important element in the education process, and we invite you to share it with Summit attendees. Good luck, and we hope to see you in Bellevue!
If you have any questions, please contact the Conference Committee (stcsummit@gmail.com) for more information.

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