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  • Coaching Online: STC’s Emerging VirtualProfessional-to-Student Mentoring ProgramsSally Henschel and Anna Lerew-PhillipsMidwestern State UniversityLeadership Day60th Annual STC International SummitAtlanta, GAMay 5, 2013
  • Agenda Academic SIG mission Academic SIG initiatives Student-practitioner virtual mentoring Spring pilot TCBoK Student research projects in the TCBoK STC’s new MentorBoard Mentor expectations Contact information2
  • Academic SIG missionBuilding bridges between those who practicein the field of technical communication andthose who teach and study in the field.3
  • SIG student initiatives Student-practitioner mentoring programs Academic support for student research projects inthe TCBoK Student poster competition4
  • Virtual mentoringVirtual mentorships between STC professionalsand STC student members—particularly STCstudents members who are not affiliated oractively involved with a student chapter orgeographic community.5
  • Dan Voss. Senior Content Specialist, MFC ProposalOperations, Lockheed Martin Corporation.Clio Fouque. Graduate student. University of Paris.Secretary of the STC-France chapter.Met at STC Summit in Atlanta (2009). Hit it offinstantly, and decided to start a virtual mentoringrelationship across the Atlantic.Ray Gallon. STC-France president. He and Cliorecruited mentees for the chapter’s mentoringprogram with the University of Paris.Virtual mentoring6
  • Cfpspring pilot7
  • TCBoK8
  • Cindy Pao. Technical Documentation Specialist at KeyEnergy Services.Anna Lerew-Phillips. Graduate student. MidwesternState University.Storm Stuart. Undergraduate student. AppalachianState. Mentors, Frances Gambino and Diane Gaskill.Virtual mentoring9
  • Student researchAnnaLerew-Phillips10
  • Student researchStorm B.Stuart11
  • Stacey ODonnell. STC Business DevelopmentManager.Sally Henschel. Academic SIG Student Liaison.Dan Voss. CAC Student Outreach Task Force.MentorBoard12
  • Mbhome13
  • Mbprofile14
  • Mbprofile15
  • Mbmentee search16
  • Mbmentor search17
  • Mbcontact18
  • Virtual mentoring FAQ1. What am I expected to do as a mentor for a TCBoK project? Meet with student mentee to establish schedules andexpectations. Mentor the student during his or her research process, andprovide the student any needed advice to adequately researchand cover the topic. Review the student’s topic drafts and make suggestions forimprovement.2. Are mentoring relationships limited to TCBoK projects?3. How do I create a MentorBoard account?19
  • STC MentorBoardhttp://mentorboard.jobtarget.com/stcBody of Knowledge (TCBoK)http://stcbok.editme.com/Virtual Mentoring20
  • Sally Henschelsally.henschel@mwsu.eduAnna Lerew-Phillipsanna.lerew-phillips@mwsu.eduAcademic SIGhttp://www.stc-academic.org/Contact21