STC Competition Needs Judges

Subject: STC Competition Needs Judges
From: Richard Mateosian <srm -at- C2 -dot- NET>
Date: Wed, 11 Sep 1996 02:17:56 -0700

Touchstone, the STC Northern California Technical Communication Competition,
needs judges. You need not be a member of STC. If you meet two of the
following criteria, you qualify.

* You have five years experience as a technical communicator,
in a senior writing or management position.

* You are respected and well known in the field of technical

* You are the winner of an award in a similar technical
publications competition -- not necessarily sponsored by

* You have taught courses or given presentations in the
field of technical communication.

* You have published papers or articles in the field of
technical communication.

In addition, you need to be able to attend two meetings -- one on Saturday,
October 12th and one at a time you arrange with your judging team.

We also still have lead judging positions available for people with previous
judging experience.

Judging is real work. Don't volunteer if you're not willing to put in the
time -- a total of around two days. You spend those days studying and
comparing works your peers are proud enough of to submit. Few thing can
repay your time as well as that.

But it's not just serious effort. Working closely with a judging partner and
a team of judges can be a lot of fun, too.

You can find judging application forms at:

If you have trouble using them, please send email to hotline -at- stc -dot- org, and a
volunteer will help you.

Please participate in this important professional activity.

Thanks. ...RM

Richard Mateosian <srm -at- c2 -dot- net>
Review Editor, IEEE Micro President, Berkeley STC
Director, 1996 Northern California Technical Communication Competition

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