Tuesday, 6 October 2020 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. EDT
Are you an STC community treasurer? Then you won’t want to miss this online session with Jim Bousquet, STC Treasurer, as he guides you through this year’s annual community budgeting process. After attending this session, you’ll be all set to submit your community’s budget properly and on time this fall. We’ll also touch on filing your income tax return in the spring.
About the speaker:
After several years of STC community service, James Bousquet began serving at the Society level on the Community Budget Review and Community Affairs Committees. He is now in his second two-year term on the STC Board as Treasurer, chairing the Finance and Investment Committee and the Community Budget Review Committee. Jim is a customer trainer in the Life Sciences division of ATS Automation and lives in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
Your community website provides a powerful hub for prospective and current members to learn and stay up-to-date on what your community has to offer. As we move into membership season in September, we recommend you take some time to update your site. Please take time to update your content including:
Your upcoming events
Your list of officers and committee chairs (Also email this list to the STC Office at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have not yet)
Looking for Website Help?
Looking to add new functionality or having any issues with your community’s website? Please check out the helpful articles available on the CAC website that provide information on common questions, including:
If you do not yet have a website or are new to WordPress, please watch Tim Esposito’s Mastering Your Website 101. Tim explains how to establish a domain, set up hosting, create content, and manage background details on your site.
STC community leaders are invited to an overview of six successful programs STC Florida has found effective in building and sustaining their community over the past 25 years. Learn more about student mentoring, leadership development, active membership, scholarships, sharing conference learnings, and joint events with a local university. In this webinar, STC communities can learn how to adapt and implement these programs for their members.
The Community Affairs Committee is excited to announce a new chapter in the development of STC’s Special Interest Groups (SIGs): Communities of Practice (COP) and Communities of Interest (COI). Join the CAC as we share more information about this new model, which comes as a result of over two years of research, reflection, and listening to the concerns and suggestions from our STC members and community leaders.