Since its founding in 2003, Boston-IA has become known throughout New England, and even beyond, for our focus on Internet accessibility and usability of electronic information for all.
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If you are not yet a member, please consider joining us:
Note: Boston-IA values member privacy. Boston-IA does not rent, trade, or sell personal or organizational information without express permission.
Don't miss out on future Boston-IA happenings.
Boston-IA members automatically receive notice by e-mail about Boston-IA meetings and events, and attend all meetings for free.
Even if you do not become a member now, you can subscribe to the Boston-IA mailing list to be notified about Boston-IA activities, Boston area organizations, targeted job leads, and more.
Boston-IA members are encouraged to join the Boston-IA Forum. The Forum, our members-only online, interactive discussion group, is a great benefit.
Boston-IA members come from a wide range of disciplines. We are united in our concern for the user experience.
Some of us offer contracting and consulting services. Others are seeking employment. Some are here to teach. All of us are here to learn and interact.
Besides individual membership, Boston-IA includes institutional membership for corporations, organizations, and institutions offering their services.
In January 2004, Boston-IA incorporated as "Boston-IA Association, Inc." and formed a board of directors to manage our organization.
Note: Boston-IA has current openings on its board of directors. Boston-IA members are welcome to volunteer or nominate potential board members.
Emeritus board members include:
In addition to Board members, Boston-IA also depends on its volunteers and volunteer coordinators.
Openings exist in the areas of membership, volunteer, publicity, and web content management. We also need a treasurer/bookkeeper. If you would like to volunteer to help Boston-IA in any way, please visit our Volunteers page:
Organizations like Boston-IA depend on sponsorship. If your organization would like to become a Boston-IA sponsor, please contact us:
We forward job leads we receive to our targeted, members-only mailing list, the Boston-IA Forum.
Please send us your job or contract lead:
Please be sure to submit your job description in the body of an e-mail message, suitable for forwarding to our text-based mailing list. Please include job title, town (within greater Boston) or geographic area (if outside the Boston area), and your complete contact information.
For contract openings, indicate the initial length of the contract and if the job has the possibility of becoming a permanent position.