Technology User & Advocacy Groups in Maine

This is a listing of other User and Advocacy Groups operating in Maine or Northern New England. Check out other group activities and events!

Do you operate a technology user group or technology advocacy group serving Maine or the region? List your organization here to reach the MTUG audience!

Listing in the MTUG Directory is not an endorsement of any User Group. Some groups may be nonprofits, or independent of sales organizations, but not all.

To add a Technology User / Advocacy Group, create it as a Company Profile by first registering/signing on under a personal account, and add the group as a "Company." Then set the Industry field to indicate Technology User & Advocacy Groups. All listings are subject to approval.

User Groups Across Maine

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  • Website: http://www.isc2mainechapter.org
  • Contact Email:
  • Industry Sector / Subsector: TECHNOLOGY: User & Advocacy Groups
  • Company Description:

    (ISC)2 Maine also posts its meetings primarily on its Meetup page here:
    https://www.meetup.com/isc2mainechapter/


    We meet once a month from September to June to network and learn more about IT Security in its many forms. We hope you find IT Security as much fun as we do.

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  • Website: http://www.agilemaine.com/
  • Contact Person(s): http://www.agilemaine.com/contact/
  • Industry Sector / Subsector: TECHNOLOGY: User & Advocacy Groups
  • Company Description:

    AgileMaine is a meetup group that gets together every month (except June, July and August). There is no cost to join or attend meetings. Just bring your curiosity and desire to make the community better.

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  • Website: https://cs4-me.org/
  • Industry Sector / Subsector: Education,TECHNOLOGY: User & Advocacy Groups
  • Company Description:

    Computer Science for Maine (CS4Maine) believes that all Maine students, including those who have traditionally been underrepresented, should have access to computer science education. At a time when computing occupations are the number one source of all new wages in the U.S., we believe that Maine students need the same access to high-quality computer science education as students from other states.

    Our goal is to ensure that computer science is a subject area offered to all Maine K-12 students.

    To accomplish our goal, we want Maine to meet the following objectives:

    • Fund computer science professional development for teachers
    • Offer computer science in all high schools by 2022
    • Offer computer science learning opportunities in all grade levels by 2025
    • Allow computer science courses to count toward high school graduation requirements across the state
    • Determine and implement appropriate K-12 computer science standards

     

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  • Website: http://www.dc207.io/
  • Contact Email:
  • Industry Sector / Subsector: TECHNOLOGY: User & Advocacy Groups
  • Company Description:

    DC207 is a DEF CON group focused on community, education, mentoring and bringing the hacker and InfoSec community in Maine together. We meet the second Thursday of every month in the Old Port at 7 Custom House St, 3rd floor at 6PM. It is a gathering that will feature presentations, workshops, CTFs, and anything else in which the community is interested. The group is community-driven, and allows its members to be active so they can learn or teach about a subject they are passionate about. DC207 also supports the already-existing security-related and technology-focused groups, and we encourage members of all groups to collaborate and share knowledge. We are strong together!

    The mission of the DC207 group is to advance knowledge and educate anyone interested in science, technology, and other areas of information security through project collaborations, group gatherings, and group activities that will best serve our community and the world.

     

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  • Website: https://www.mainecsta.org/
  • Contact Email:
  • Contact Person(s): Sean Wasson
  • Industry Sector / Subsector: Education,TECHNOLOGY: User & Advocacy Groups
  • Company Description:
    The Maine Computer Science Teacher's Association was established in 2015 as part of the national Computer Science Teacher's Association. Maine CSTA was formed to help provide teachers and school faculty members valuable resources and connections.

    Maine CSTA has regular meetings and their website features other events, including educational opportunities. Please visit their website for their calendar, and menu of resources.

    Businesses may sign up at the website to become part of a supportive network for CS education in Maine schools.

     

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  • Website: http://www.state.me.us/meopa
  • Contact Email:
  • Phone: 207-287-2445
  • Address: 103 Water Street, 3rd Floor, Hallowell, ME 4347
  • Industry Sector / Subsector: Government,TECHNOLOGY: User & Advocacy Groups
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  • Website: https://www.mainetechnology.org/
  • Contact Email:
  • Phone: 207-588-1010
  • Address: , Brunswick, ME 4011
  • Industry Sector / Subsector: TECHNOLOGY: User & Advocacy Groups
  • Company Description: MTI is a publicly-funded, non-profit organization investing in innovative technologies developed in Maine.
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  • Website: http://smmug.info/
  • Contact Email:
  • Contact Person(s): Tricia Richardson
  • Industry Sector / Subsector: TECHNOLOGY: User & Advocacy Groups
  • Company Description:

     

    SMMUG started in 2009 in Portland ME, as a way for IT professionals to get together and learn from industry experts, exchange technical knowledge and connect with people who share similar interests. SMMUG originally stood for Southern Maine Microsoft User Group, and has since evolved and offers presentation/discussions on all technologies. Now we simply go by SMMUG.

     

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  • Website: http://www.tamnet.org
  • Address: 56 Campus Drive, New Gloucester, ME 4260
  • Industry Sector / Subsector: TECHNOLOGY: User & Advocacy Groups