Society for Technical Communication

New Mexico Kachina Chapter

Our chapter membership reflects the diversity of our state. We include technical writers and editors, graphic artists, web designers, university professors, and small “tech comm” business owners. We are men and women, young and “seasoned,” who enjoy our profession and the networking opportunities STC membership affords us. Members include students, lifelong practitioners, managers, and business owners: everyone dedicated to translating technical information for their audiences.

We invite both new individual members and other related professional organizations to join us in our efforts to enhance our value to our members, our organizations, and our communities. Please contact any of our Chapter Officers or Administrative Council members for more information.

Chapter Services

STC Kachina Chapter provides several services to its members and the community:

  • Chapter programs and meetings
  • Free Webinars
  • Networking opportunities
  • Volunteer opportunities
  • Employment information
  • Technical communication resources
  • Tecolote – our chapter newsletter
  • Student scholarships and recognition
  • Technical communication competitions

Get Involved

The STC Kachina Chapter welcomes new members and volunteers to join our diverse group of technical communicators. For more information on how to become involved in the chapter, please contact us.

About STC

STC is an individual membership organization dedicated to advancing the art and science of technical communication. It is the largest organization of its type in the world. Its 18,000 members include technical writers and editors; content developers; documentation specialists; technical illustrators; instructional designers; academics; information architects; usability and human factors professionals; visual designers; translators; and Web designers and developers—anyone whose work makes technical information available to those who need it.  For more information, please visit the Society for Technical Communication website at