STC’s 2016 Member Get a Member: Recruit a new member and win!
With STC’s 2016 membership season now open, the “Join Us” Member-Get-a-Member (MGAM) Campaign is in full swing. Recruit a new member and you will be entered to win prizes such as an Amazon Echo, LG Portable Mobile Pocket Photo Printer, Amazon gifts card, and much more.
Recruiting a member is easy with this three-step process:
- Meet One. Tell a friend, colleague, or employer to join now and receive 14 months of membership for the price of 12.
- Bring One. Have your referral join STC by 15 January 2016. New members must use your name as the referrer for you to get credit.
- Get Rewarded. Each member you recruit increases your odds of winning a great prize.
Want the details? Visit our MGAM page . You’ll find tips, tricks, and techniques to help you recruit new members and be entered to win!
FREE WEBINAR only for chapter and SIG members on December 8 – MAJOR TRENDS SHAPING THE FUTURE IN TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION, presented by Abhishek Jain, Product Manager, Adobe Systems, India.
The Technical Communication industry is constantly evolving. It is changing due to the changing demands and preferences from the important stakeholders that a technical communicator works with on a day to day basis. In some case, the changes are now mainstream and a significant number of content professionals have adapted to the changes. In other cases, changes are happening, but it is still early days and these changes will shape the role of the future.
To register for this webinar click here. Please promote this to your community as a benefit of membership.
2016 Budget documents are due 16 November
Budget documents with the number of members in your community have been emailed to all communities. The email came from Elaine Gilliam, and the subject line reads “STC 2016 Community Budget”.
If you need an extension please contact Jane Wilson. Use the same subject line for your email to Jane. If you did not receive the budget documents please contact Elaine Gilliam immediately.
Welcome to the new Community Affairs Committee website. The goal of this website is to support communities by providing direct access to STC advisors. As the site grows, it will also contain best practices, discussion lists, and links to leadership training and materials. If you would like to see something on this site, contact email@example.com with your suggestion.