Membership in an IEEE Computer Society Student Chapter is free and establishes the direct link between the classroom and the conference room.
Student Chapters receive opportunities to meet with industry leaders, participate in professional development programs and develop contacts for internships and future career opportunities.
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- Region 1 (Northeastern USA)
Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, NJ (north and central portions)\
Region 2 (Eastern USA)
Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey (southern), Ohio (except Toledo), Pennsylvania, Virginia (northern), West Virginia
- Region 3 (Southeastern USA)
Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Indiana (southern), Jamaica, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia (southern), Virginia
- Region 4 (Central USA)
Illinois (northern), Indiana (northern), Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska (eastern), North Dakota, Ohio (Toledo), South Dakota (eastern), Wisconsin
- Region 5 (Southwestern USA)
Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Illinois (southern), Louisiana, Missouri, Nebraska (western), New Mexico (southern), Oklahoma, South Dakota (western), Texas , Wyoming (eastern)
- Region 6 (Western USA)
Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico (northern), Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming (western)
Region 7 (Canada)
- Region 8 (Europe, Middle East, Africa)
Africa, Europe, Greenland, Republics of former USSR, (west of Afghan. and Pakistan)
- Region 9 (Latin America)
Caribbean and Bahama Islands, Central America, Mexico, South America
- Region 10 (Asia and Pacific)
Asia (countries east of and including Afgan. and Pakistan), Australia, New Zealand
*Student Chapter Chairs: to update your contact information, contact Ted Rozolis at email@example.com