Since 1886, the AMS has advocated in the interests of mathematical research and educational professionals. Each January, the society supports the world’s largest meeting of mathematical educators and scholars, and throughout the year, it hosts regional meetings across the U.S.
ASEE is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of engineering education and program development. Student members receive ASEE publications, discounts at national conferences, local workshops, and online access to job listings, fellowship announcements and research libraries.
Founded in 1979, the Association is a non-profit scientific society dedicated to promoting research and ethical application of artificial intelligence. It sponsors conferences, symposia and membership access to publications, a digital library, reports and scholarships.
Comprised of professional and student coders, theorists, database engineers and developers, ACM offers its members lifelong learning programs, access to research findings and publications, local member groups, conferences and workshops.
For 75 years this organization of technology professionals has conducted annual conferences and meetings, created webinars and extensive career resources for students.
The association represents educators, technologists, engineers, and researchers in the IS professions. Its website hosts information on its conferences, research resources and libraries, educational and job placement assistance programs.
Founded in 1951, AITP has represented technology professionals and students. Members gain access to webinars, job-search resources, and networking activities through national and local chapters. Students can join AITP for $30 a year.
The CRA’s goal is to unite the common interests among the computer industry, academia and governmental organizations. Members have access to a jobs board, data sources, scholarly publications, conferences and best-practice resources.
IACSIT is an organization of scholars, research scientists, engineers, developers and undergraduate/postgraduate engineering and technology students. Member benefits include conferences, workshops and participation in a wide spectrum of societies focused on career specializations.
An outgrowth of a small group of women IT professionals that met at Sun Microsystems, WITI today is a global network of more than 2 million women. Members receive more than 30 professional development webinars a year, mentorship opportunities and discounts on partner-hosted online classes.