At Travelers, we seek out opportunities to build relationships with technical organizations in our area. By doing so, we stay up-to-date on industry trends, technologies and best practices. We also collaborate with community-based nonprofit organizations to increase opportunities for people to succeed. Travelers has developed relationships with the following organizations:
COOUG's mission is to promote awareness, understanding, usage and acceptance of object technology by both the business and technical communities within the area. The group offers frequent exchanges of information, experiences and strategies that help software systems to become more flexible and more adaptive to the ever-changing business climate.
Since 1955, the Courage Center has provided camping programs for youth and adults with disabilities. Travelers IT leaders support Courage Center’s Technology Camp, where they have had an opportunity speak to disabled individuals about careers in IT.
Genesys Works (formerly Genesys ITS, Inc.) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that trains and employs high school students to perform technical services for major corporations. Their mission is to enable economically-disadvantaged high school students to enter the economic mainstream by providing them the knowledge and work experience required to succeed as technical professionals.
With more than 260,000 members in more than 171 countries, PMI is the leading membership association for the project management profession. Travelers is a 2007-2008 sponsor of the Southern New England Chapter of PMI (SNEC PMI).
Our innovative IT applications allow us to set industry standards in product delivery and customer service.