AGM 2013: Progress to Success
Everyone has their own definition of success; however, there is one common element--obtaining knowledge from people who have already achieved success. Why learn from your mistakes if you don't have to make mistakes in the first place? Chances are that someone has tried to do the things that you would like to do. Why not learn from them? It only makes sense to be efficient and effective as you try to find a job, change fields, or improve the work that you currently do.
Part of progressing in your career may be to learn more about the Society for Technical Communication, and specifically the Southwestern Ontario Chapter. Attend the business portion of our Annual General Meeting (AGM) and find out what took place this past year, and what some initiatives might be for the upcoming one. If you are a member of our chapter, you can also take part in any voting that occurs at the AGM, for example, for any contested positions on council. | More
Resume Critiquing Service
As a technical communicator, you know that it is not easy to edit your own work. The end result is better when you have had a fresh set of eyes look at what you have written. A resume is no different. Fresh eyes mean a fresh perspective and can be the difference between getting an interview or not. Have someone look at your resume the way a potential employer might look at it. | More
Some Highlights from Last Year
The 2011-2012 STC year was full of activity. There was lots to see and do. Here are just a few highlights:
Career postings for local technical communicators. Updated: May 13, 2013 . [more]
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Hey there, can you spare an hour? We need YOUR help to run your chapter! [More]