Information Technology Associations and Organizations

sampleAssociation of Software Professionals (ASP)
The ASP is a professional software trade association of a thousand software developers who are creating and marketing leading-edge applications.

The International Game Developers Association (IGDA)
The International Game Developers Association is the largest non-profit membership organization serving individuals who create entertainment video games.

League of Professional System Administrators (LOPSA)
The League of Professional System Administrators (LOPSA) is a nonprofit corporation with members throughout the world. Our mission is to advance the practice of system administration; to support, recognize, educate, and encourage its practitioners; and to serve the public through education and outreach on system administration issues.

IEEE Computer Society
With nearly 85,000 members, the 64-year-old IEEE Computer Society is the world's premier organization of computing professionals, with rich offerings in publications, standards, certifications, conferences, and more. The Computer Society serves the information and career-development needs of today’s computing researchers and professionals.

Educational Software Cooperative (ESC)
Educational Software Cooperative is a non-profit corporation bringing together developers, publishers, distributors and users of educational software. Its members include teachers, software developers, publishers, parents, students, webmasters, and other supporters of educational software.

TechAmerica is the leading voice for the U.S. technology industry, which is the driving force behind productivity growth and jobs creation in the United States and the foundation of the global innovation economy. TeachAmerica represents approximately 1,200 member companies of all sizes from the public and commercial sectors of the economy.

The Programmers Guild
The Programmers Guild advances the interests of technical and professional workers in information technology (IT) fields. The Programmers' Guild provides a forum where tech workers can speak as a group and be heard; where we can act as a group to advocate our interests; and where we can present our concerns as a group.