Volunteers

Having student volunteers is a win-win for students and for STC. Student volunteers can attend the Summit, learn aspects of technical communication beyond their college classrooms, and build their professional networks. STC receives support during the Summit for sessions from volunteers, which improves the experience for both speakers and attendees.

Calling Volunteers!

The STC 2022 Summit wouldn’t be successful without volunteers like you. Thank you to our student volunteers!

Students must complete a Student Volunteer Application Form below to be considered for a position. All applications must be submitted by 15 April 2022.

NOTE: The 2023 Summit will be an in-person conference, 14-17 May, at the Hyatt Regency in Atlanta, GA. All attendees will have to show proof of vaccination and a mask is required while in the Summit meeting space, and hotel common areas. For full details please refer to the COVID Considerations on the Policies page.

Student Volunteer Qualifications – Only STC student members are eligible.

The student volunteer must:

  • Be a current student member of STC and attend the full Summit.
  • Be reliable and able to follow instructions.
  • Be available to attend orientation meetings.

Please refer to the Student Volunteers Positions and Requirements document for an overview of what will be expected.

Student volunteers receive complimentary registration to the Summit. This does not include registration to preconference workshops or certificate programs.

Student volunteers can attend the Summit, learn aspects of technical communication beyond their college classrooms, and build their professional networks.

Student volunteers will support STC as education session room monitors, registration desk assistants, and assist STC staff with special events. All volunteers are critical to ensure a well-run conference and student volunteers are expected to fulfill their volunteer duties if selected. All student volunteers will have time to attend sessions during the Summit.

Calling Volunteers!

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