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Six students qualify for membership sponsorships

The STC Canada West Coast chapter is pleased to announce that six technical writing students in the Lower Mainland and Victoria will receive free 2017 student memberships in the STC. The six students are Phoebe Atienza from Surrey; Owen Schellenberger from Victoria; Jay McKiernan from Port Coquitlam; and Amy Takeda, Alison Gilpin, and Chris Powell…

Event report: Introduction to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

Keith Barker at the STC Event

Keith Barker’s presentation on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) on Saturday, November 19, provided chapter members with a personal exploration of how the MBTI works, and how it can be used to resolve conflicts in the workplace. The MBTI is a self-report questionnaire designed to make Jung’s theory of psychological types understandable and useful in…

Keith Barker explores the world of personality types

Keith Barker explores the world of personality types

Our third guest speaker this fall is Keith Barker, who will lead us on an exploration of the fascinating world of the Myers-Briggs type indicator, a well-known tool for gaining insights about ourselves and how we interact with others. Keith will review the underlying theory of the tool, look at the different personality types it…

Interview Practice for Technical Communicators: Interviewees and Interviewers

Interview Practice for Technical Communicators: Interviewees and Interviewers

Whether in-person, via the web, or phone, interviews can be daunting for the job candidate and the interviewer. While a job candidate typically experiences some nervous energy as they focus on what to say, interviewers must elicit the information they need from the candidate to help determine suitability for the job. During an interview, the…

STC Canada West Coast chapter offers full sponsorship of 20 student memberships

STC Canada West Coast chapter offers full sponsorship of 20 student memberships

The Society for Technical Communication (STC) Canada West Coast chapter is offering full reimbursement of the $75 (US) annual STC student membership fee for up to 20 post-secondary students in British Columbia. To be eligible, students must provide proof of current enrollment at a post-secondary technical, professional, or business writing program in British Columbia, either…

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