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Our local chapter of the STC works with the local schools to refine
their educational offerings in the profession. I bet your local STC
chapter could do the same. Also, try to connect with Professor Tracy
Dillon here at Portland State University (Oregon). He has set up a
strong program here and might have some advice. Email:
tracy -at- nh1 -dot- nh -dot- pdx -dot- edu