This year’s theme is Career Vision 20/20.
Do you have 20/20 vision on your technical communication career?
STC’s Technical Communication Summit is the premier conference for technical communication education and networking.
The 2020 STC Technical Communication Summit features top-notch presenters to discuss key trends, issues, and cutting-edge solutions in technical communication. The Summit also provides numerous networking opportunities with colleagues and thought leaders in the field.
While other conferences may be narrowly focused, the STC Summit is broad — its depth and breadth reflect the diversity of our profession, our members, and our attendees. Summit attendees will learn about new techniques and trends, as well as grow their skills and competencies.
The STC Summit includes the following opportunities and more:
- Education sessions in the following areas: Content Design and Delivery; Tools and Technologies; Training Development and Delivery; Project Management, Leadership, and Career Development. See Tracks and Topic Ideas for more information. The program will include presentations, tutorials, and workshops at several experience levels.
- An opening Keynote speaker on Friday night. Education sessions begin Saturday morning.
- The Expo Hall, where numerous vendors demonstrate products, services, and technology in the world of technical communication.
- The Honors Event (Sunday evening), where the best and brightest in the industry are honored by the Society.
- Evening social events
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA, KSEA) aka SEA-TAC is ranked as the 8th busiest U.S. airport, serving 49.8 million passengers. The airport, the largest in the Pacific Northwest region of North America, is owned and operated by the Port of Seattle. In 2018, the airport was the 29th-busiest airport in the world, surpassing Las Vegas and the eighth-busiest in the United States by passenger traffic, and is considered one of the \fastest growing the United States. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is home to thirty-two airlines serving 91 non-stop domestic and 29 international destinations including Canada, and Mexico.
Public bus transportation is provided throughout the Puget Sound Region. Choose Your Way Bellevue provides additional resources about bus service in Bellevue. Sound Transit Express Bus Route 550 provides daily airport service to and from the Bellevue Transit Center. Current Link Light Rail routes run from Sea-Tac Airport through Downtown Seattle and Capitol Hill to the University of Washington station. Link Light Rail is growing in the region with work underway on future routes from Seattle to Bellevue and Redmond. Construction on East Link is underway.
So What’s next?