Browse the links below to learn more about AFCEA Engery's membership options.
Dear AFCEA Energy Chapter Members:
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You can Renew or Update Your Existing Membership on the AFCEA Portal.
Memberships - VP of Memberships, Kristin Solarczyk
Through chapter and regional activities tailored to meet local professional development needs. Through world-renowned national/international conventions, exhibitions, conferences and symposia sponsored by AFCEA International.
Reach The Decision-makers
Through AFCEA, your company will be associated with government decision-makers and advisors. This leads to networking, relationship building/maintenance, idea/information exchange, and ongoing discussions.
As one of our members said, "If you are not visible in AFCEA, your status as a "player" is questioned." As an AFCEA corporate sponsor your company will benefit from visibility as a "player" in the C4, Intelligence, and IT industries doing business with the military and government.
As a corporate sponsor, your company will benefit from corporate visibility at the local level by participating in Chapter activities, working side-by-side with government counterparts at Chapter events, and being recognized as an active AFCEA supporter at the Chapter level.
Professional Development Center- advanced education courses and training in communications, intelligence and information systems disciplines. Grants and scholarship programs for recognition of professional and academic accomplishments.
DOE's Pamela Wise-Martinez and AFCEA Energy's John Gaffigan facilitating science outreach to 5th graders at the Mattaponi Elementary School in Prince Georges County, Maryland. AFCEA Energy is committed to growing our outreach efforts to foster appreciation of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) disciplines to the next generation. Imparting a love of science will help America source future scientists to help solve our pressing energy needs. We encourage any DOE staff to consider giving back to the next generation by volunteering to lead STEM outreach. For further details, please contact John Gaffigan at email@example.com.
AFCEA Energy is generating substantial interest from industry, government, and the AFCEA International global community. With this in mind, we are interested in recruiting the best of the best to support our committees and strengthen our Chapter.
Browse the avalible positions below to learn more about AFCEA's volunteer opportunities. If you are interested in volunteering your support and time to continue to foster collaboration and encourage greater government and industry partnerships in the Energy community, you can submit your resume to be considered for a position.