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AccessComputing

The Alliance for Access to Computing Careers (AccessComputing) helps students with disabilities successfully pursue undergraduate and graduate degrees in computing fields, and works to increase the capacity of postsecondary institutions and other organizations to fully include students with disabilities in computing courses and programs.

 

AccessCSforAll

AccessCSForAll, Including Students with Disabilities in Computing Education for the Twenty-First Century (formerly AccessCS10K), works to increase the successful participation of students with disabilities in K-12 computing, including Exploring Computer Science (ECS) and Computer Science Principles (CSP).

Richard Ladner, Sheryl Burgstahler, Andreas Stefik

ACM-W

ACM-W supports, celebrates, and advocates internationally for the full engagement of women in all aspects of the computing field, providing a wide range of programs and services to Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) members and working in the larger community to advance the contributions of technical women.

ACTE Guidance and Career Development Division

The mission of ACTE's Guidance and Career Development Division is to provide leadership and advocacy for school counselors, career development personnel and other guidance professionals. ACTE collaborates with other professional education groups to maintain and advance a strong voice for the full implementation of comprehensive guidance programs and the work of career development personnel. They also disseminate CTE information to school counselors, career development personnel and other guidance professionals and inform CTE professionals about the goals and outcomes of fully implemented comprehensive guidance programs.
Lela (Lee) Kosteck Bunch

Afterschool Alliance

The Afterschool Alliance works to ensure that all children have access to affordable, quality afterschool programs. 8.4 million children participate in afterschool programs around the nation, but more than 15.1 million children are on their own after school ends. The nation's leading voice for afterschool, we are the only organization dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of afterschool programs and advocating for more afterschool investments. Our STEM work focuses on creating and advancing federal, state, and local opportunities and policies to expand resources and build systems and partnerships that provide students with access to a rich STEM curriculum in their afterschool programs.

Christopher Neitzey, Melissa Ballard

Agile Alliance

Agile Alliance is a nonprofit organization committed to supporting people who explore and apply Agile values, principles, and practices to make building software solutions more effective, humane, and sustainable. We have supported and served the Agile community since 2001. Our membership consists of a thriving and diverse community of nearly 70,000 people who share those interests. Our membership and staff enable the Alliance to provide a global set of resources, events, and communities to help people reach their full potential and deliver innovative solutions like never before. Agile Alliance undertakes a variety of activities to build an inclusive global community, advance the breadth and depth of Agile, and provide value to members. Those activities include: - Conferences that bring the Agile community together face to face - A website full of information about Agile and the Agile Community - Membership that provides access to valuable resources created by community members - Initiatives that address specific areas of interest in the Agile Community and provide support for Local Community Groups.

Heidi Musser

Aktivax, Inc.

Alabama State University

Alabama State University is a comprehensive diverse student- centered public HBCU committed to global excellence in teaching, research and service. ASU offers baccalaureate through doctorate degrees in an expansive array of academic programs. We maintain a scholarly and creative faculty, state-of-the-art facilities, and an atmosphere in which members of the university community live, work and learn in pleasant surroundings. ASU offers a bridge to success for those who commit to pursing quintessential educational opportunities and lifelong endeavors.

Alfred State College - State University of New York (SUNY)

The Computer and Information Technology Department offers associate degrees in computer information systems and computer science. Students who earn the computer information systems degree may continue in any of the department's four Bachelor of Technology (BTech) degree programs. The computer science degree program is primarily designed to allow students to transfer into a college that offers a Bachelor of Science degree program in computer science; however, after completing their first year of study, computer science students have the opportunity to transfer into either our computer information systems AAS degree or into one of our four BTech degrees.

Allegany College of Maryland

Our Computer Science and Technology programs offer flexible options of study based on career goals, whether students seek a two-year direct entry into a tech career, a letter of recognition for study, a one-year certificate, or courses that transfer easily to a four-year institution.
Our hands-on, personal approach to learning gives our students access to the latest software and hardware, skills, and technologies to create working software applications, build computers from the ground up, set up networks, and design working websites.
Our online courses provide flexibility, yet we offer a personal touch by giving our students access to faculty members and tutors at local campuses when help is needed. Our students also find opportunities for real-world experiences by working with outside clients, businesses, and internships.

 

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