re: Job Banks and STC
Good God, the STC and various Chapters have their Job Boards backwards.
The fundamental problem with STC, nationwide (worldwide) is that they think in terms of professional development for writers, but does not think in terms of enhancing employment opportunities for writers. Which is why for me, as a contractor, STC membership has been of dubious value (even though I've met some wonderful people through STC).
Perhaps if enough STC members chimed in to the leadership, that would change, especially now that the STC is in the process of reconceptualizing itself.
Steven Oppenheimer, M.A.
Technical and Business Writing: From Complexity To Clarity (SM)
Steven -at- OpComm -dot- com www.OpComm.com (301) 468-9233
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