Author: Communication Coordinator

Wanted: STTACC Chat Winter 2018 Articles

Wanted: STTACC Chat Winter 2018 Articles

It’s never too early to submit articles for the next issue of STTACC Chat. We are looking for articles geared toward classified staff. Have you attended a class, training event or conference lately? Tell us about it! Is one of your colleagues retiring? Honor them by putting an article in STTACC Chat. Does your college have a unique or newsworthy event you would like to share? We would like to know!

Photos are a great enhancement to the newsletter, and just by answering the five W’s (and how) you will have an article in no time!

  1. Who was involved?
  2. What happened?
  3. When did it happen?
  4. Where did it happen?
  5. Why did it happen?

Please be aware that while we strive to keep articles in the format they were submitted, occasionally edits will need to be made. If you have any questions or comments about STTACC Chat send an email to communicationcoordinator@sttacc.net.

To submit an article for the Winter STTACC Chat, please email your Region Coordinator by January 12th.

New Board Member

New Board Member

We are excited to announce that our President-Elect Board Member position has been filled! Welcome our new STTACC President-Elect, Micki Wells!

Micki has worked at Green River for 20 years in Telecommunications and thinks it is a wonderful place to work with amazing people. Micki has previously held positions on the STTACC Board as President-Elect and President in 2006-07.

​Micki’s experience in the college system and involvement with STTACC will surely be an asset and continue our progress in fulfilling the purpose of STTACC which is to contribute to the productive utilization of classified staff training organizations statewide by identifying and discussing classified staff development activities and needs, assisting member campus organizations interested in classified staff development, maintaining communication with member schools and organizations concerned with staff development, and maintaining STTACC networks to implement statewide classified staff development activities. She is looking forward to meeting everyone and helping STTACC continue to be an amazing organization with plenty of opportunities for all classified staff.