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First annual salary survey
The annual STC salary survey released to members doesn’t include Canada, so we decided to team up with the Toronto chapter and do a survey of our own. More than our 50% of our chapter responded.
Writing a news release
Our latest Techniques post looks at how to write a news release.
Intro to CSS for Madcap Flare users
Our latest Tools article, by Gabriel Forbes, is the second of two articles explaining how Flare uses Cascading Style Sheets for formatting online and print output. Check it out!
Gabriel Forbes takes the Spotlight
Our Vancouver Island coordinator talks about some of the cool projects he’s working on at Reliable Controls in Victoria, his approach to technical communication, and his current creative passion: rock drumming.
For more information about any of these events, email us.
Saturday, March 11: Introduction to Madcap Flare, 9 am to 4:30 pm, Room 364, BCIT, 555 Seymour Street, Vancouver. Cost is $100 for STC members, $250 for non members.
Saturday, March 18: all-hands collaboration chapter meeting at Vancity, Commercial Drive just north of 1st, in East Vancouver. Meeting starts at 10 am sharp.
Join STC to gain opportunities to network with technical communicators, receive discounts on seminars and training programs, and find work. STC can help you start or enhance your career in technical communication as well as to broaden your knowledge of the field.
Volunteer with STC CWC to gain experience, organize Chapter events, and help with Chapter initiatives. Talk to local technical communicators and find out more about the field and the Chapter. You don’t have to become an STC member to volunteer!
Sponsor STC CWC to show your organization’s commitment to clear, well-written technical communication and to receive other benefits. At the same time, you will be helping us advance the field of technical communication and help technical communicators in BC.