Who is STC RMC?
The society's diverse membership includes writers, editors, usability professionals, information architects, illustrators, printers, publishers, educators, students, engineers, and scientists employed in a variety of technological fields. With more than 5,000 members worldwide, STC is the largest professional organization serving the technical communication profession. To join the Rocky Mountain Chapter (RMC), you must first join the STC.
The Rocky Mountain Chapter of STC serves the various needs of its members by:
History of STC RMC
The Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication (STC RMC) was formed August 1, 1958. RMC is geographically diverse and serves almost 200 members. Although most of our members live and work in the metropolitan Denver/Boulder area of Colorado, members attend chapter events from as far away as Grand Junction and we have an active satellite group in Fort Collins. As a truly regional chapter, our physical boundaries are somewhat vague. Although centered on Colorado, we serve members from Nebraska in the east to Utah in the west, north to Montana and south to Arizona. We are pleased to offer a variety of online and in-person events and services to provide value for our dispersed membership.
We're always interested in adding your anecdotes about the Rocky Mountain Chapter's history. If you have details on the past and stories to relate, send them to us and we'll try to incorporate them.
STC Contact Information
Society for Technical Communication
phone: (703) 522-4114
RMC Contact Information