Helpful Links - Computer Studies

Computer Studies Websites

BrassRing is a job search site for finding job listings for IT professionals. is a leading IT employment website providing high-quality computer-related job opportunities and career-related content.

The Computer Networking Resource Center provides computer networking news and information on over 10,000 companies. was established to serve the needs of computer professionals seeking employment.

Computerworld serves the needs of technology management by delivering relevant, high-quality information to technology professionals.

Global Software Solutions serves as a resource for industry specific software and other resources.  It is designed to be a virtual vertical community resource.

The Information Technology Professional's Resource Center (ITPRC) was created to provide a site for IT professionals to find technical information relating to data networking.

I-Street is a local business content company focused on the high-tech industry in Chicago and the Midwest.

Tech-Engine helps qualified IT professionals connect with high profile corporations. utilizes the Internet to match IT professionals with lucrative and rewarding IT jobs. assists technical professional in finding jobs, enhancing skills and staying informed about tech employment and training trends.

Computer Studies Associations & Organizations

The Association of Computer Support Specialists (ACSS) seeks to promote recognition of computer support as a profession and to help members advance via networking.

The Association of Shareware Professionals (ASP) is committed to the concept of shareware as a method of software marketing.

The Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) offers opportunities for Information Technology leadership and education through partnerships with industry, government and academia.

The Association for Women in Computing (AWC) is a non-profit professional organization for women and men who have an interest in information and technology and is dedicated to the advancement of women in the technology fields.

The Chicago Software Association (CSA) exists to grow the number of successful software companies headquartered in the Chicagoland area.

ChicWIT seeks to provide connections and resources through online and offline resources for professional women in business and technology careers in the Chicago area.

The Information Technology Association of America (ITAA) is a trade association the represents the broad spectrum of the world-leading United States Information Technology industry.

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Computer Society is dedicated to advancing the theory, practice and application of computer and information processing technology.

The Programmers Guild is composed of a group of programmers who came together to form an organization for mutual aid and assistance. 

Women in Technology International (WITI) is the only global association dedicated to advancing women through technology. 

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