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The Diane Feldman Technical Editing SIG Scholarship (Deadline: July 1, 2015)

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Who Can Apply: The Technical Editing SIG Scholarship Committee evaluates applicants’ academic records and potential for contributing to the Technical Editing profession. This is not a need-based scholarship; it is intended to recognize the academic accomplishments of exceptional Technical Communication students. 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

Submission: Complete the online application and upload the following (merged into one .pdf or .doc file):

  • A short biography that describes your work experience, career goals, and significant achievements (approximately 200 words)
  • A brief description of an interesting project that you were involved in that pertains to Technical Communication or Technical Editing (approximately 750 words)
    A summary describing some recent research that you have completed or plan to complete in the future (approximately 750 words)
  • Resume
  • Two letters of recommendation from faculty members, or one from a faculty member and another from a colleague or an STC member
  • An unofficial transcript from the college or university you are attending

Deadline: July 1, 2015

Amount: $1,400

Learn More: The Diane Feldman Technical Editing SIG Scholarship

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