Congratulations To The 2024 Community Achievement Award Winning Communities

Communities are recognized for their contributions to the Society’s goal of providing high-quality programming, resources, and networking opportunities for technical communicators all over the world. The Community Achievement Award recognizes a SIG, professional or student chapter's outstanding accomplishments in achieving the Society's goals through a wide range of programs and activities.

The STC CAA award winning communities will be officially honored at the 2024 STC Technical Communication Summit Honors Event in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Congratulations to our CAA winning communities:

Platinum Community Award

  • Carolina Chapter: For excellence in the areas of Leadership and Recognition.
  • Chicago Chapter: For leading the Society in the areas of Programs and Membership.
  • IDL SIG:For leading the Society in the area of Leadership and excellence in the area of Programs.
  • Michigan Great Lakes Chapter: For excellence in the areas of Leadership and Membership.
  • North Texas Lone Star Chapter:For leading the Society in the areas of Outreach, Recognition and Innovation.
  • Ohio Chapter: For excellence in the areas of Membership and Innovation.
  • Washington DC-Baltimore Chapter: For excellence in the areas of Programs and Recognition.

 

Gold Community Award

  • Rochester Chapter: For supporting the development of technical communication through extensive educational programming.

 

Silver Community Award

  • Technical Editing SIG: For excellence in the areas of Programs and Recognition.

 

Bronze Community Award

  • South Central Texas Chapter Citation: For excellence in the areas of Programs and Leadership.

For more information about STC awards, visit Honors, Awards, and Recognitions on the STC website.

The STC Board thanks the Community Achievement and Pacesetter Awards Committee – Viqui Dill (co-chair),  Susie McGowan (co-chair), Angie Dianetti, Sam Lee, Tavia Record, Sean Stevenson, and Lori Meyer, Board liaison – for their work this year.

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