Communities

Lone Writer Special Interest Group

The Lone Writer SIG works to provide a supportive community and professional resources for lone technical writers. The SIG provides an active and very supportive e-mail list for those who lack resources and feedback in their workplace. A lone writer can be any technical writer, often working solo in a small company or as the […]

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Health and Medicine SIG (HealthMed)

The Technical Communication in Health and Medicine SIG (HealthMed) provides members with information on trends, practices, and resources for applying technical communication skills in health and medical settings.  Specifically, the SIG focuses on providing technical communicators with Resources for learning more about working in health or medical contexts Updates on trends affecting communication practices in health and medical [...]
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Clemson University

  The MAWRM program is home to the Clemson University Student Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication. The chapter allows students to learn more about the field while still in school, by providing MAWRM students with networking opportunities and access to helpful webinars and other informative presentations. Main contacts: Co-President: Sarah Carter Co-President: Martha Karnes Faculty [...]
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Women In Tech Comm

The STC Women in Tech Comm SIG (STC-WTC SIG) is a place where women in the profession (or interested in the profession) can: Identify and share mentorship and business opportunities. Advocate for the professional development of women at all stages of their career. Discuss current events pertaining to women in technology and technical communication. Support [...]
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Women in Tech Comm

The STC Women in Tech Comm SIG (STC-WTC SIG) is a place where women in the profession (or interested in the profession) can: Identify and share mentorship and business opportunities. Advocate for the professional development of women at all stages of their career. Discuss current events pertaining to women in technology and technical communication. Support […]

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