NORTHEAST OHIO

“ ADVANCING THE COMPUTING PROFESSION IN NORTHEAST OHIO”

PROFESSIONAL ACM CHAPTER

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Membership to NEOACM Chapter is open to all ACM members, student or professional members. Although any non-ACM computer professionals is welcome to become a member of this chapter, we do encourage chapter members to become members of the National ACM. We not do just welcome computer professionals to this chapter but also engineers, MIS professionals and others whose professions is intimately connected to computer technology.  


Membership Dues


Our annual membership dues are:

$60.00


Our semi-annual dues are:

$30.00.


If you are a student,

membership dues are $25.00. 

WHY SHOULD YOU BE A MEMBER OF THIS ACM CHAPTER?


“...An association is a synergistic group, meaning that the effect of a collection of people is greater than just one person. So, how exactly can becoming part of this synergistic group help further your career goals?


Enhance your network:


For most people, creating professional relationships is important, and joining a group allows you to have a sense of security and trust.


Take charge of your career:


Another important reason to consider membership to a professional organization is to take advantage of their career resources. Associations often have job listings online or in print available only to their members. Some associations even have panels of experts that you can contact for specific questions on career issues. Other benefits include information about seminars, training or certification classes that may be suitable for you.


Broaden your knowledge:


Most associations provide an enormous amount of access to resource information such as: case studies, articles, white papers and books written by experts in your field or area of interest. Also, major journal, magazine and newsletter access is provided as a part of your membership privileges. “


by Kelly A. Cherwin, Communications Editor, HigherEdJobs

NEOACM MEMBERSHIP