Adapting and Thriving
in a Changing
with Neil Perlin on Feb. 18 in Burlington, MA
Technical communication has changed tremendously in the last few years, and we hear gloomy predictions that the field is dying.
Is it dying? or just changing?
And if it is changing, what is it changing into? How do we adapt and thrive in this emerging world?
Join us on February 18 as we explore these topics in a lively discussion led by Neil Perlin. We'll hear from TechComm professionals, both experienced and new, to get their perspectives on how our field is transforming into...what?
Register for the dinner program.
Join us March 27 & 28, 2015 for Interchange, the New England regional conference for technical communication professionals. We will be returning to UMass Lowell for our third year! If you are a technical writer, information developer, content creator, or editor, this conference is for you!
Registration information, including pricing, can be found here: Interchange Conference (Registration will open closer to the date of the event.)
Sponsors & Vendors, see our Sponsorship page for information on sponsoring Interchange and the New England Chapter. If you are interested in sponsoring Interchange or having a vendor booth, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit the Interchange page for additional information.
Job Bank Updates
There are jobs awaiting applicants in the Jobs Bank in the Members' Area. Is one of them your Dream Job?
- Junior Technical Writer, Boxborough, MA - Permanent Full Time or Contract
- SOP Writer, Pharmaceutical Industry - 6 month contract in Burlington, MA
- Technical Writer at Teradyne, North Reading, MA (Permanent)
- Technical Training Specialist, Permanent, Burlington, MA
- Senior Technical Writer (XML), Permanent, Waltham, MA
- Jr. Technical Writer, Permanent, Milford, CT
- Sr. Technical Writer (XML), Permanent, Waltham, MA
- Technical Writer (DITA), Permanent, Waltham, MA
- Technical Writer, Permanent, Burlington, MA
See all the details in the Members' Area Jobs Bank!
STC New England is awarded Community of Excellence from the Society for Technical Communication
The New England chapter is proud to receive the Community of Excellence Award from the STC. We have worked tirelessly over the last two years to revitalize and invigorate our chapter. This award is wonderful recognition for the hard work of the chapter Council and our members.