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What is STC?
The Society for Technical Communication (STC) is a Section 501(c)(3) organization for technical communicators. For information about the history of STC and the Washington, DC – Baltimore (WDCB) Chapter, see the STC History page. To learn how to become an STC member and why you should join the chapter, see
- STC Membership
- Join STC for what the Washington, DC – Baltimore (WDCB) Chapter offers you as a member.
Contacting STC Headquarters
Society for Technical Communication
3251 Old Lee Highway
Fairfax VA 22030
STC Annual Conference
- STC annual conference—Technical Communication Summit
Candidate resources, online voting, and information about STC elections for Society officers and Board members is available at STC Leadership Elections.
Related STC Chapters
STC chapters were once grouped into regions. In 2005, the regions were disbanded and individual chapters and special interest groups (SIGs) now work as separate communities. The following are chapters in our former region and other nearby chapters. The Washington, DC – Baltimore (WDCB) Chapter collaborates with these chapters and with others on projects of mutual interest.
Related STC Professional Chapters
Find Other Professional STC Communities
For additional chapters, see STC Professional Chapters
For special interest groups (SIGs), see STC Special Interest Groups.
For a list of all STC student chapters, see STC Student Chapters
Starting a Student Chapter
Students who are interested in finding local certificate and degree programs
STC Reference List
- STC Society site
- Ethical Principles for Technical Communicators
- STC Academic Resources
- Download the STC 2018 Student Membership Flyer .pdf
- Download the STC 2018 Membership Benefits Flyer .pdf