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I suggest looking for anything that's related - Web
authoring, typesetting, layout and graphic design...
Anything that shows your creativity and attentiveness
to detail in the communication ring.
--- Kim Washington <thekutestkim -at- hotmail -dot- com> wrote:
> I'm new to the Tech Writing field. Does anyone have
> any advice as far as
> how to get the experience one needs. I've called
> many non-profit
> organizations about possibly volunteering, but none
> in my area seem to have
> any opportunities for writers. Any other
> suggestions? Anything would be
> greatly appreciated!!!
bswallow -at- poweradz -dot- com
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