Time for some STC Autumn Fun! CAC Virtual Meet-Up – October 27

Come join the CAC and our host, CAC Director Jamye Sagan, on Tuesday, October 27 at 6:00 pm EDT for our first CAC Virtual Meet-Up of the 2020-2021 season!

This is just a fun way for us around the globe to gather together and chat. Let’s celebrate Halloween a bit early! Bring your favorite witches’ brew and wear something festive (work-friendly) for Halloween! 

Register for this free event 

STC Website Task Force Contacting Community Leaders Regarding Listservs

Hi, Community Leaders!

My website task force is hard at work on revamping the STC website and related technology.

While our immediate changes may not be noticeable, we are accessing things and moving forward.

Community leaders, if you get a message from one of my volunteers about community listservs, it is one of the initiatives we are taking in our technology review.

Please respond to them accordingly.

Thanks!
Tim Esposito
STC Website Task Force leader and STC Secretary

CAC Virtual Open House – October 21, 2020 – 6:00-7:00 PM ET

You’re invited to the CAC’s (Community Affairs Committee) Virtual Open House on October 21, 6:00 – 7:00 PM, EDT.

Meet the CAC team! We’ll share our plans for the upcoming year and introduce a new CAC Community Outreach service. There will also be time for discussion and Q&A.

The Open House is free, but you do need to register/RSVP:

Sign me up! I’ll be there!

The CAC team looks forward to seeing you on October 21!

Webinar: 2021 Annual Community Budgeting Process

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.

Register for the webinar

Image of James Bousquet

 

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.