STC would like to thank everyone who attended our welcome event for this year on September 22nd. We appreciate your time, and enjoyed getting to catch up with everyone. Here is a link to the minutes from the meeting: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B98ReTw6umwCbEY4UExDQVlKb1k/view?usp=sharing Have a great week! Wreck 'em Tech!
STC hosted one of its most popular meetings on Thursday 3/5 with Stephanie Shelton and Ali Hudson, representatives from National Instruments (NI), coming to speak to our student chapter. NI discussed what they look for in their technical writers, what it’s like to be a professional tech writer for their company, and general tips to consider when you go into the workplace. Some … Continue reading National Instruments Visits TTU STC
On Friday 4/22, we will start accepting nominations for Chapter Officers for the Fall 2016-Spring 2017 school year. Officers can be graduate or undergraduate students who are STC members or will make a commitment to join STC if elected. All executive board positions are open during nominations and the election. Below the election procedures, please … Continue reading Texas Tech STC Student Chapter Election Procedures
If you're looking for resources about STC certification, check out the webpage at http://www.stc.org/certification for more information. A professional study guide is currently under development as well.
Summit 2016: Anaheim, California, May 15-18, 2016 Benefits: Volunteers receive complimentary registration (a $200 value) for the Summit. This enables them to visit the exhibit hall, attend all the receptions, enjoy the coffee breaks and other networking events. In addition, like the other attendees who pay the full price for the Summit, volunteers will receive … Continue reading STC student members: deadline extended for Summit volunteers!
Volunteer positions at the Summit available for STC student members Summit 2016: Anaheim, California, May 15-18, 2016 Volunteer position descriptions and requirements: See attached document, which also is posted to the Academic SIG website: http://academicsig.org/ This document will help volunteers to know what will be expected of them before they complete the application and … Continue reading STC Summit Student Volunteers
Friday, Feb. 19, 2016 What better way to kick off the Spring 2016 semester than with an amazing turnout of 15 TC students. We had had our guest speaker Audrey Hogan from TimeForge in Lubbock speak about utilizing Google Drive as a Content Management System (CMS). During Audrey's presentation, we learned about how to use … Continue reading STC 2016 Semester Kick-Off!