Why the GSATC?
The GSA Technology Council provides networking, education and professional development opportunities to career minded information technology professionals and high tech entrepreneurs through its newsletter, meetings, expos and training programs. Founded in 2002, the council has grown to over 13,000 subscribers and regularly draws over 100 people to its informative monthly lunch meetings. The wildly successful Tech After Five, a program first launched within the GSATC, now hosts monthly events in five Southern cities.
- Every GSATC meeting provides ample opportunity for technology professionals to meet and exchange ideas.
- Affiliated technology organizations are encouraged to establish a visible presence at our meetings to let other technology professionals learn about their groups.
- All upstate businesses are encouraged to send their technology news to email@example.com.
- The GSATC delivers timely news, information, and job opportunities via its weekly email newsletter.
- GSATC meetings provide high quality educational experiences to both working technology professionals and the business people who run technology businesses. Learning lunched focus on the issues of interest to most tech entrepreneurs while Tech Roundtables provide education to working technology professionals.
- The GSATC Affiliate program gives local technology organizations the media boost they need to get their message heard by thousands of technology professionals and local businesses. Fledgling technology organizations can have their news and announcements delivered via our website, newsfeed, and email newsletter.
- Each year the GSATC identifies 4 core community service opportunities for charitable not-for-proftechnology organizations and then manages those projects to a successful completion. A stellar example of a 2003 project is the Sterling Community Center Computer Lab.