Graduate and Undergraduate Scholarships Available from the Technical Editing SIG

Deadline extended to July 7, 2013. Originally posted 4/22/2013 Passing along a message from Rebekka Anderson, chair of the Technical Editing SIG Scholarship Committee The Technical Editing SIG is offering two scholarships of $1400 each. The first scholarship assists students who are pursuing an undergraduate degree in Technical Communication (or a related area, such as professional writing or digital media) and the second assists students who are pursuing a graduate degree in Technical Communication (or a related area, such as professional writing or digital media). Students applying for one of these scholarships are expected to be able to demonstrate their focus on topics related to technical editing through their academic studies, current jobs, special projects, or undergraduate/graduate program. The winners will be announced in Corrigo, the Technical Editing SIG Newsletter. For more information on the Diane Feldman Scholarship program, please see the STC Technical Editing Web site: http://www.stc-techedit.org/Scholarship Eligibility The Technical Editing SIG Scholarship Committee evaluates applicants' academic records and potential for contributing to the Technical Editing profession. To be eligible for a scholarship, an applicant must be:
  • Enrolled in an undergraduate degree or graduate degree program related to Technical Editing or Technical Communication (students pursuing associate degrees, minors, or certificates are eligible to apply)
  • Pursuing a career as a Technical Editor
Deadline for Application The Technical Editing SIG is accepting scholarship applications for 2012. The deadline for submission is July 7, 2013. Winners will be notified in late July 2013. To Apply Complete the online Scholarship Application at the STC Technical Editing Web site: http://www.stc-techedit.org/Application Please submit any questions through the Comments or Questions form at the end of the scholarship information page: http://www.stc-techedit.org/Scholarship#Comments_or_Questions