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Subject:Re: Houston Area Jobs From:Stephen Arrants <arrants -at- BRIGHTWARE -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 6 Dec 1996 09:36:09 -0800
On Friday, December 06, 1996 7:14 AM, Tracy
Darden[SMTP:tracy -at- HEALTHCARE -dot- COM] wrote:
>> I have an aunt who lives in the Woodlands who has been a teacher
>> for 20+ years. She currently teaches tech writing, and is interested
>> in getting into the field. I have also suggested that training might
>> be right up her alley.
>> Do any of you writers in the Houston area have any contacts I could
>> suggest to her?
Doesn't she have any contacts made from teaching technical writing?
Surely she's involved with the local STC chapter. Hasn't she helped
students with placement at local firms?