September 12 — Begin the season at the Tech Comm Café at The Wicklow Pub — new location!

September 12 — Begin the season at the Tech Comm Café at The Wicklow Pub — new location!

Come join us for the Tech Comm Café on September 12 at  The Wicklow Pub, 610 Stamps Landing, Vancouver. The Tech Comm Cafés provide networking opportunities, job leads, answers to work-related dilemmas, and a burst of professional energy to keep you motivated! Anyone who’s interested in technical communication is welcome — contractor, in-house, student, long-time tech writer, STC member, non-member, career-changer, or recruiter. Join the discussion at the next meeting!

 

**NOTE NEW LOCATION**

Date: September 12, 2018

Time: 6:30–8:00 pm Pacific Time

If you plan to attend, please RSVP by end of day September 11.

Location: The Wicklow Pub, 610 Stamps Landing, Vancouver. Check the Wicklow website for menu and pricing.

The Wicklow is near Cambie Street, on the False Creek seawall halfway between Granville Island and Science World, a five-minute walk from the SkyTrain. From Olympic Village Station, walk west to Moberly Street and then follow Moberly to The Wicklow. The Aquabus and False Creek Ferry also go to Stamps Landing. There is some street parking near The Wicklow. Paid parking is available at 600 Moberly Road and at 415 West 2nd Avenue.

Agenda

  1. Introductions. Take 60 seconds to introduce yourself, your background, current activities. A good chance to try out that new elevator speech.
  2. Announcements and job leads. If you know of an interesting event or a job opening, or you’re looking for work, share it with the group.
  3. Brainstorming Q&A. Ask about a work-related problem and discuss potential solutions.
  4. Speed networking. Spend a few minutes with a new contact, exchange business cards, and discuss your professional backgrounds and goals.

All STC members welcome.

Not an STC member? You’re welcome too!

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Rick Georg is a technical writer, editor, and educator. He is currently serving as event planner for the STC Canada West Coast chapter. He holds degrees in journalism, communications, and education. He lives in Vancouver.

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