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We are the Montgomery, Alabama Chapter of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA). Welcome to our Website.


Date/Location Change - AFCEA Montgomery Chapter April Luncheon - April 26, 2017

The AFCEA Montgomery Chapter will host our Quarterly Luncheon on Wednesday, April 26, 2017.  Please note that the luncheon is now at the Arrowhead Country Club. 


Register by Friday, April 21 at our events page. 


Registration for 2017 Montgomery IT Summit and Montgomery AFCEA Golf Tournament Open!


The Montgomery AFCEA Chapter is pleased to announce that registration for our annual Montgomery Information Technology Summit (MITS) conference is now open! Set for 23-24 May, 2017, the conference theme for this year is "Accelerating Data Driven Decisions".

Also on the agenda are the annual Montgomery AFCEA Golf Tournament on 22 May, which raises thousands of dollars for the Montgomery AFCEA Education Foundation to provide scholarships and IT equipment to deserving students and schools in the River Region, and the Education Foundation's Annual Scholarship Luncheon on Tuesday 23 May.

To register or for more info, please visit our Montgomery IT Summit page.  


Montgomery AFCEA Chapter News

The chapter's Education Foundation hosted a Job Shadow Day in March for students of the Robert E. Lee High School IT Career Academy. The Job Shadow Day is an academically motivating activity designed to expose high school students to information technology careers in the real world. This exposure shows students the benefits of learning about information technology in the classroom by demonstrating the lessons' applications outside of the academic environment. Students also connect what they learn in the classroom to real jobs that align with their career paths, ensuring they graduate better prepared for the work force and postsecondary education. The Job Shadow Day started in downtown Montgomery with office tours and orientations from local businesses Array, Indrasoft and ICS. The students then transitioned to Maxwell Gunter Annex for lunch with Herbert Hunter, director of staff, Business Enterprise Systems (BES), and Col. Michael Jiru, USAF, deputy director of BES. Then, students toured the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) work center and split into groups to receive area of interest orientations.  Read More

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