Network and Advance Your Career
Rise to the top of computer science by engaging with our volunteer community, the bedrock of the world's most trusted association of computing professionals.
Computing’s Top Volunteer Communities
Volunteers are the lifeblood of the Computer Society, and our Technical Communities are where they gather and become global leaders in their communities. They organize conferences, engage with publications, develop programs for student activities, influence the development of standards, and more.
Special Technical Communities (STCs) serve as a starting point for students and professionals wishing to grow a community on an emerging or unrepresented topic within the Computer Society. These groups provide a way-in for representation for the purpose of developing specific projects to grow resources and awareness for the given subject. Successful Technical Communities may go on to become part of existing Computer Society Technical Communities.
Providing Resources to Women
IEEE Computer Society takes the advancement of women in tech seriously. Not only do our authors do extensive research into how to encourage and promote girls and women to study and enter tech as a career, we offer vast resources for women to help each other through groups, networking, and awards.
43 Sister Societies Globally
See our extensive list of partnering organizations worldwide, from the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) to the Society for Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE). Sister society members who join both the IEEE and the IEEE Computer Society may deduct 10% from our dues.