Welcome to STC Toronto
We are the Toronto, Ontario community of the Society for Technical Communication (STC).
Formed in 1959, our community includes technical writers, editors, technical illustrators, and technical communicators of all kinds.
This website is a place for members to keep track of events, find career support, get involved in the service of our profession and access the tools that our membership provides.
Employers can post a technical communication job in our Job Bank at no cost.
Subscriptions to the STC Toronto Job Bank may now be purchased independently of STC Toronto membership.
Click here to view upcoming Events including socials, webinars and training on our News and Events page: don’t miss out!
Looking to gain experience, showcase your skills, and build your resume? Click here to check out our new council roles and get involved with STC Toronto!
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