Benefits of ATLIS Membership

What type of membership should you choose?
School Membership: for technology leaders in independent schools
Corporate Membership: for for-profit organizations that engage with independent schools
Association Membership: for not for profit (501c3) organizations that engage with independent schools
Contact us for membership information for individual consultants
School Membership Benefits:   
Membership in ATLIS is school-based, once a school belongs, any colleague at the school is eligible to take advantage of the ATLIS member benefits including:
  • Product reviews that now include pricing transparency for members via our member-exclusive LearnPlatform Portal.
  • Online community membership, including our private network in a research-backed platform to help our members better discover, procure, and evaluate technology.
  • Data collection tools and dashboards for analyzing software utilization in member schools.
  • Program discounts on our annual conference, professional development offerings, and our Aspiring and Early Career Technology Director Institute (ECATD).   
  • Access to ATLIS’s database of annual survey data from schools on trends in technology usage.
  • Focused professional development opportunities.
  • Access to our extensive document library sharing templates and example documents.
  • Best practices white papers.
  • Ongoing professional development for the entire technology office and other senior administrators, including free webinars and newsletters. 
  • Job board posting privilege, job postings are visible to the public.
  • Discounted or free access to resources and programs with partner tech organizations, such as our Mock Phishing Exercise
  • Pricing is based on enrollment, with a fee of $3.00 per student in grades K-12 with a cap of $2750 regardless of school size.

Corporate Membership Benefits: 

ATLIS seeks to build relationships with corporate entities dedicated to supporting excellence in technology in independent schools. Corporate memberships include:

Recognition and logo placement on the ATLIS website in two locations.
Discounts on our annual conference exhibit opportunities and registration.

  • A ¼-page ad in Access Points, our annual journal, discounts on additional advertising.
  • Discounted promotional opportunities in other ATLIS digital and print publications.
  • Job board posting privileges (job postings are visible to the public).
  • Opportunities to partner with members of a welcoming, forward-thinking community of technology leaders at independent schools to share expertise and experience on the critical technology issues of the day at ATLIS events or webinars (preference is given to corporate members over nonmembers when selecting presenters).
  • Opportunity to publish guest posts on the ATLIS blog (preference is given to members over nonmembers when selecting posts).
  • Access to aggregate survey data and results.
  • Access to ATLIS newsletters focused on professional development resources, literature reviews, and networking.
  • Access to best practice white papers and documentation on topics such as “Making Effective Technology Decisions” and “Best Practices in Managing Transitions in Technology Staff.”
  • Advocacy to the greater independent school community, specifically school leadership, on the strategic importance of technology.

Corporate Membership in ATLIS is priced at $1500.

Association Membership Benefits:

  • Discounts on our annual conference exhibit opportunities and registration
  • Partnership opportunities for professional development
  • Active participation in a welcoming, forward-thinking community of technology leaders
  • Facilitated dialogue with schools on the needs and priorities specific to independent schools
  • Promotional opportunities in ATLIS digital and print publications, including recognition and logo placement on the ATLIS website
  • Ongoing professional development for association technology staff
    • Newsletter, including literature reviews and discussion topics for technology office staff meetings
    • Webinars, previous topics include Building Responsible Budgets and Student Data Privacy & Security
    • Facilitated online user groups, examples include GAFE Setup and Wifi Updates
  • Best practice white papers and documentation, topics include Making Effective Technology Decisions and Managing Construction Projects
  • Advocacy to the greater independent school community, specifically school leadership, on the strategic importance of technology