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Welcome to the Washington, DC – Baltimore Chapter

STC logo with logotypeThe Washington, DC – Baltimore Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication (STC) serves members in the Washington, DC metropolitan area (the District of Columbia, Virginia, and Maryland) and the Baltimore metropolitan area (Baltimore, Eastern Shore, and Chesapeake Bay). We also have members who live in West Virginia, Delaware, Pennsylvania, California, Canada, and France! The Society for Technical Communication (STC) is a professional society of content strategists, writers, editors, and others who communicate technical content.

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Chapter Events and News

Technical Communication Competition

Competition News: 22 March 2014

Photos from the 27 February Competition Awards Celebration are on the Photos page. Congratulations to all our 2013-2014 Competition Winners!

The 2013-2014 STC WDCB Summit Competition for Technical Communication will begin in mid September.

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Chapter Volunteers Needed

Volunteer Openings  Updated: 2014-03-24

Jobs & Resumes

Jobs Board and Resumes Board [check daily or subscribe to category RSS feeds]

Consultants & Contractors   (Archived)

Partnerships & Sponsorships

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Join Us!

Why should you join STC and the WDCB Chapter? The WDCB chapter offers opportunities to network with others in your field, to explore your interests, and to expand your education and skills.

STC has the resources you need to help you do your job better and move your career forward. Through education with STC, you can become a Certified Professional Technical Communicator™ (CPTC).

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STC Mission

STC advances the theory and practice of technical communication across all user abilities and media so that both businesses and customers benefit from safe, appropriate, and effective use of products, information, and services.

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Last modified: April 12, 2014
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