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Spring 2023 FTC Update

From Julianna Schook, FTC President

Hello everyone and welcome to the new semester!

I hope you all had a wonderful winter break! I am very excited for the upcoming events this semester and ask that, in regards to these events, you ask any and all questions you may have. Please DO NOT hesitate to ask as we would rather you choose not to be involved than miss out due to a misunderstanding. With that in mind, here’s some of the main events coming up this Spring: 

Our first GBM:
– Our first meeting of the semester is January 10th at 6:30 PM 
– Taking place on Zoom. Zoom link on our LinkTree:

Spark Stem Fest: 
– Friday February 17th and Saturday February 18th 
– Taking place in Orlando, Florida 

STC Summit: 
– Sunday May 14th – Wednesday May 17th
– Taking place in Atlanta, Georgia 

If you are interested in either the Spark Stem Fest or the STC Summit we have an ongoing interest survey for you to fill out in your spare time. It should not take more than a minute and we would greatly appreciate your feedback! 

Interest Form:

The events listed above are not the only events taking place this semester. As we finalize plans for other upcoming events we look forward to announcing them via discord and social media. Therefore, remember to keep your eyes peeled and your ears perked going forward into the semester! I wish you all a great Spring semester!

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December 2022 Newsletter

Hello, everyone!

Thank you so much for being a part of FTC during the Fall 2022 semester. We’ve come a long way and truly have so much to celebrate. Currently, there are many developments regarding future job and school opportunities in the works, including internships at Lockheed Martin and L3Harris. To view the applications as well as an overview of what we’ve been up to these past two months, scroll down below!

Also, we at FTC would like to send a warm congratulations to those who have graduated this semester. As you move onto the next phase in your academic and professional careers, please feel free to keep us updated on your journey via Discord. We wish you all the best in your future endeavors!

There’s an abundance of events and involvement opportunities that will be featured in the Spring. We are incredibly excited to share them all with you in the next few weeks. 

Have a relaxing holiday season and winter break ahead.


Joy Carandang
Communications Committee
Future Technical Communicators
[email protected]

FTC November 2022 Newsletter

Hello, everyone!

As we wrap up this semester and head closer to Thanksgiving Break, we would just like to say thank you for being a part of FTC. Over the last few months, we had a blast at our Halloween Social, successfully launched our Mentorship program, connected with new and familiar faces, and weathered two back-to-back storms.

We hope you share our excitement for what’s to come in the near future! Read on for recaps, recent happenings, and upcoming events.


Joy Carandang
Communications Committee
Future Technical Communicators
[email protected]

Link to Full Newsletter:

FTC September 2022 Newsletter

Welcome back, future technical communicators! 

The September newsletter is hot off the press. There are several items you’ll want to check out, including some very important FTC links:

Also, the first General Body Meeting (GBM) of the 2022-23 school year will be Friday, September 9, at 6:00 pm. Check out the FTC Linktree for the Zoom link. 

It’s going to be a great year, and we are glad you are here. See you around!

Click here to read the full newsletter: 

FTC Summer 2022 Newsletter

Hi all,

Welcome to the Summer 2022 edition of the Future Technical Communicators newsletter! Summer is here, and with that, another school year is complete. Congratulations to each of you for making it through the semester. A special shoutout goes to each of our newly graduated members and those graduating this summer. You have accomplished so much to reach this goal and your futures are bright! Know that the FTC community always has your back, and you are always welcome to stay involved; we love seeing our alumni.

Moving forward, FTC hopes to build on the foundations we set this year by refining what we have and continuing to evolve. To help our club do so, we have put together an End-of-Year survey. We would love to hear your feedback and invite you to take a few minutes to share your thoughts and ideas about your FTC experiences this year with us.

In this newsletter, you will find the following:

We look forward to seeing all that is to come for FTC and the experiences that our club’s members and leaders, both returning and new, will forge together. If there is any way that FTC can assist you, email us at [email protected] or feel free to start a conversation on our Discord server.

All the best,

John Clement

President, Future Technical Communicators club at UCF

FTC’s Year in Review (2021-2022)

By John Clement

President, Future Technical Communicators club at UCF

With a plethora of guest speaker meetings and networking events, the Future Technical Communicators club has been as active as it has ever been this past school year. We also had opportunities to make FTC go beyond just UCF in our ventures to Otronicon Tech Expo and the STC Summit, two big initiatives that our attendees had a great and informative time at. Finally, our club continues to be a big family with our social events and our active Discord. To celebrate and recognize all that and more, here is a comprehensive recap of FTC’s 2021-2022 program year.

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April 2022 Newsletter

Hi everyone,

Welcome to the April 2022 edition of FTC’s monthly newsletter! We are in the final stretch of the semester now with just one month to go. Stay diligent and reach for the finish!

As we end the semester, our club has a few more things up its sleeve for you. Next week we have a book sale fundraiser on campus, one last guest speaker meeting, and our FTC Reunion Social. Each is sure to be a fun time and we hope you can participate!

Read on for all the details. Click here if you’d like to read last month’s newsletter as well. If FTC can help you in any way, feel free to reach out to us at [email protected].

All the best,

John Clement
President, Future Technical Communicators

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