Competition - Florida Call for Entries

Subject: Competition - Florida Call for Entries
From: Tracey Bryant <Tracey_Bryant -at- NOTES -dot- PW -dot- COM>
Date: Thu, 14 Sep 1995 12:10:45 EDT


The 1995 Florida Technical Communication Competition is an annual event managed
by the Suncoast Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication (STC).

If you're a technical communicator or a student of technical communication,
then you're eligible to submit entries in the publications, art, online, or
student categories. You don't have to be a member of STC. You may enter work
as an individual or on behalf of a colleague or subordinate.

The deadline for submitting entries is Friday, October 27, 1995. If you would
like to receive an entry/information packet, please reply with your postal
address to tracey_bryant -at- notes -dot- pw -dot- com or call Tracey Bryant at 813-348-7013.

The fee is $60 per entry for publications, $60 for art, and $65 for online.
The fee includes one entrant name. Additional entrant names are $30 each. STC
members receive a discount of $10 per entrant.

Our competition also includes a student publications competition. The entry
fee is $10 per entrant name.

Four levels of recognition may be awarded in each category. These awards, in
descending order, are:

Distinguished Technical Communication (DTC)

The competition judges will recognize one entry for the Best of Show award.
Winners of the DTC award in each publications category and the DTC and
Excellence in art and online qualify for automatic submission to STC's
international competitions.

Winners will receive their awards at an awards event to be held at the Florida
Aquarium in Tampa, Florida, in January 1996.

For more information about the competition, call Beth Hamilton, Competition
Manager, at 813-962-2554, ext. 738.

About STC

STC is an international professional development organization for technical
writers, editors, trainers, graphic artists, and desktop publishers. STC is
the largest professional organization of its kind, with more than 17,000
members worldwide. For membership information, contact the STC International
Office in Virginia at 202-522-4114.

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