You Have a Place in AFCEA
AFCEA has its foundation at the local level through the power and connections of its chapters, subchapters and student chapters/clubs around the world. AFCEA chapters are organized into regions and led by a dedicated group of volunteer members who advance AFCEA's mission at the local, regional and international levels.
Types of Chapters
Each chapter is unique in its leadership, initiatives and activities, but all chapters are part of the AFCEA family.
Activities at individual chapters vary based on size, location and community needs. Chapter events range from monthly breakfasts or luncheons to conferences, webinars, IT Days, professional development opportunities, Emerging Leader events, golf tournaments, 5k runs and Cycle for STEM rides.
Committee, leadership and volunteer positions offer a range of networking opportunities. Most chapters participate in award programs recognizing the work their members do in support of the association and the communities they serve. Chapter events held locally educate and inform members regarding opportunities and needs in their communities.
Chapters offer science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) scholarships and grants and provide professional development opportunities to members. Many chapters offer sessions approved by CompTIA, GIAC and CertNexus for cybersecurity certification maintenance. Check chapter event information to see if continuing education is formally supported.
Student Clubs and Chapters
Student chapters and clubs are founded by AFCEA chapters to provide students the opportunity for knowledge sharing and discussion. Through affiliation with universities and active AFCEA chapters, the students engage with AFCEA members who are professionals in STEM areas, both in industry and government. LEARN MORE ABOUT STUDENT CLUBS AND CHAPTERS
In a follow-up to AFCEA's Blacks-on-Wall-Street (BoWS) STEM Club Program in underserved high schools, AFCEA supported BoWS's 9th Annual Forum benefiting contest-winning students from Rhode Island, New York City, Chicago, New Orleans and New...
The chapter presents its community education and scholarship outreach event series, 2022 Wright Information Technology Summit (WITS). This year's theme is "Innovation at the Edge." The website for the 2022 Wright Information Technology Summit (WITS)...
Randall G. Walden, Senior Executive Service, director and program executive officer, Department of the Air Force, Rapid Capabilities Office, Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Air Force for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics, Washington,...
Cyclists from the chapter embarked on a three-day bike trip in July along the Rhine River in Germany to raise money and awareness for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics education programs. The chapter has been going strong for nine...