Association of Computing Machinery
Open to all students, the ACM offers the opportunity for meeting others in the major and learning about opportunities in computing. The ACM is a major force in advancing the skills of information technology professionals and students worldwide.
Advisor: Dr. Ron Zucker
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Why should you become a member of the local ACM?
- Meet other students majoring in computer science.
- Attend social events - annual fall and spring picnics included.
- Socialize with faculty outside the classroom.
- Hear talks about new developments in the field.
- Get help with resumes, job searching, and other professional tips.
- Take a leadership role as an ACM officer.
- Eat some free pizza!
Why should you become a member of the national ACM?
- The national Association of Computing Machinery is a well-known professional organization, with over 80,000 members worldwide, from industry, government, and schools.
- Career counseling is available free to members via e-mail. A specialist in the field of computing will advise you on how to be successful.
- You get to attend competitions which will bring you attention from professionals in the field
- You get to attend conferences in your field for discounted rates.
- Many job opportunities come via this club.
There are many more advantages. If you are interested in joining, attend any of the ETSU ACM meetings, contact Professor Ron Zucker.