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After Thanksgiving, be sure to read the manual!

Our next program will feature Steven Greffenius with war stories and food for thought after Thanksgiving.

November Program - RTFM!

Join us Wednesday, November 30th at The Canton Public Library in Canton, MA for...

RTFM!

For the past 20 years, our field was in a transition from traditional technical manuals to various types of content deployed to the Web. Now that we find ourselves in a new environment, how can we manage digital content as effectively as possible? Come for a good discussion of what our field has been through and share your thoughts about where we're headed.


Thank you to our 2015-2016 Council for all your work over the last many years!

Job Bank Updates

There are jobs awaiting applicants in the members' area job bank. Is one of them your dream job?

  • Regulatory Affairs / Senior / Principal Medical Writer
  • Architectural-Engineering Services - Proposal Writer
  • Contract Technical Writer - Some travel to Philadelphia at first
  • Seasoned Technical Writer - Full-time - Healthcare, Waltham, MA
  • Technical Writer and Educational Content Creator, Full-time, Vermont
  • Corporate Communications Specialist, 3-6 month contract, Marlborough, MA
  • Technical Writer, Engineering - Salem, New Hampshire
  • Contract Technical Writer for 3D Modeling Software Documentation – Waltham, MA
  • Instructional Designer - Long Term Contract (2 years) - off site

See details for these positions at the Job Bank. For recruiters and hiring managers, contact Steven Greffenius to post free announcements for positions you want to fill. Contact Steve as well to list your name on the chapter's Business Profiles page.

Visit our News & Blog site at:

http://news.stcnewengland.org/


Upcoming Events

14 Dec 2016 6:00 PM • Joe's American Bar & Grill, 181 Newbury Street, Boston, MA 02116

 

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About STC New England

The New England chapter is one of the largest chapters in the Society for Technical Communication (STC) with more than 250 members. The New England chapter serves technical communications professionals in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.

The chapter sponsors monthly programs, informal social events, an annual technical publications competition, and a regional professional conference.

STC New England was formed in 2011 when the Boston Chapter and the Northern New England Chapter merged to form the New England chapter. The Boston Chapter, incorporated in 1953, and the Association of Technical Writers and Editors in New York City were founding chapters of the STC.

Mentoring Program

Are you looking to achieve your technical communication goals more quickly? Do you want to learn more about a specific area of the profession? The New England Chapter wants to help! We are sponsoring a mentoring program for area professionals.

For more information, click Mentoring Program


Boston Interactions Calendar

For information on other area events that may be of interest to technical writers, please visit the Boston Interactions Calendar:

http://www.bostonchi.org/BostonInteractions/


 

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