The Information Systems Council of Majors (ISCOM) is a campus-wide collective of computing students driven to excellence in the classroom and their careers. Established in 2002, we connect individuals inside and outside of our majors to internships, workshops, and research while uplifting our peers and the next generation of leaders.
• To build a community of IT scholars (InfoSys, Businesstech, CompSci majors)
• To introduce students to IT-related careers and build relationships with employers
• To to build the professional development of our peers and connect them resources of UMBC
ISCOM provides a unique experience in which students are able to enrich their knowledge of the IT world through corporate and community interaction, professional workshops, tutoring, group discussions, community service, and various other activities. ISCOM provides numerous opportunities for students to network with corporate professionals in order to explore career opportunities and enhance their learning experience beyond the classroom. ISCOM promotes academic excellence, professional development, and leadership development for undergraduate students as preparation for the rigors that they will face at corporations, government agencies, non-profit organizations and entrepreneurial ventures in the 21st century.
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