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Subject:Call for Entries for NCTCC From:"Carl Mountford (by way of Richard Mateosian <srm -at- c2 -dot- org>)" <76357 -dot- 1236 -at- COMPUSERVE -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 14 Aug 1995 21:19:05 -0700
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION COMPETITION
The STC 1995 Northern California Technical Communication Competition celebrates
excellence in technical communication. Experienced professional
communicators serve as judges. They look for the best of the best among
entries in categories ranging from hardware and software documentation to
technical reports and product brochures.
Outstanding examples of technical communication receive the Distinguished
Technical Communication Award. Other meritorious entries receive awards as well.
Winning entries will be displayed at an awards banquet in February 1996.
Winners of the Distinguished Technical Communication Award are automatically
entered in the STC's International competition.
The deadline for entries is September 15, 1995. You do NOT need to be a
member of STC to enter. To obtain more information and entry forms, use the
phone number or email address at the end of this message.
CALL FOR JUDGES
We need experienced technical communicators to act as judges for the
competition. To apply to become a judge, use the phone number or email
address at the end of this message.
The Society for Technical Communication (STC) is an international non-profit
organization with over 19,000 members, run solely by volunteers who are
interested in the advancement of their profession. As the largest
professional society devoted to technical communication, STC is concerned
with the education, improvement, and advancement of its members.
NCTCC hotline: 1-800-930-0187 or stccomp -at- integralsys -dot- com