Who are we?
The Twin City AITP Chapter is located in Bloomington-Normal, Illinois. We are IT Professionals from various companies in Central Illinois. We meet on the 3rd Thursday of each month excluding June, July and December.
Next Meeting (new)
Our next meeting is on September 18, 2014. "What's So Funny? - Adding Humor To Your Business Presentation" Register
NCC 2014 - in Atlanta, GA
For event wrap up, pics, videos, and contest winner results please visit the National Collegiate Conference.
NCC 2015 - Save the Date!
Omaha - March 26-29, 2015.
AITP offers opportunities for Information Technology (IT) leadership and education through partnerships with industry, government and academia. AITP provides quality IT related education, information on relevant IT issues and forums for networking with experienced peers and other IT professionals.
Twin City AITP is a proud supporter of students and helping them achieve their academic goals. We look to inspire the next generation that may be considering a rewarding career in Information Technology. While we offer many financial scholarships to our Student Chapter at Illinois State University, we also reach out to pre-college students, grades 5th – 12th, in providing them mentorship, learning events at our Chapter meetings as well as opportunities to practice their presentation and public speaking skills on topics that they are learning. We also offer fun and casual meetings where students can talk to real IT people and ask questions about what it takes and why Information Technology is such a great career choice. "No matter how sophisticated the technology, it still takes people!” ™
About Association of Information Technology Professionals®
Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) is a professional
association dedicated to promoting and evolving the technical skills and
business acumen of the information technology professional, to foster the
profession of information technology, and to provide leadership in the field of
in 1951 as the National Machine Accountants Association (NMAA), the Association
adopted the name Data Processing Management Association (DPMA) in 1962, and was
renamed the Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) in 1996 to
keep pace with the ever changing IT industry.
today is a professional membership with local chapters comprised of IT
professionals, academicians, and students in the Information Technology
industry throughout the United States. AITP has established powerful strategic
alliances and programs to provide resources, continuing education, and career
opportunities so its members continue to be valuable assets to their companies
and the Information Technology community. To learn more about AITP, visit www.aitp.org.