InfoComm International Audiovisual (AV) Foundation Programs

Foundation Programs

Foundation Programs

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The International Communication Industries Foundation is operated for the public good to carry out charitable, educational and scientific activities for InfoComm International. The Foundation is non-profit and generates support from corporations, philanthropic foundations and government sources.

The Foundation has four general purposes and can engage in other charitable projects as determined by the Board of Governors of InfoComm International.

Currently representing these four purposes are two major projects.


Addressing the AV industry's need for a high-quality workforce, InfoComm International endowed ICIF to fund post-secondary scholarships for students wishing to pursue further education related to AV and for AV industry workers. These scholarships are awarded annually in the spring for the following academic year. Find out more about the ICIF scholarships and eligibility requirements.

InfoComm Shines

This exciting program challenges InfoComm members to work together to benefit non-profit organizations and to raise visibility and goodwill for the industry.
The Helen Keller National Center was a fitting first pro bono effort - industry volunteers enhanced the school's conference center with state-of-the-art audiovisual technology to train deaf and blind youth and adults. As the program continues and expands, eligible InfoComm Shines projects will be non-profit organizations that are strongly respected and recognized for their work and that will benefit from AV installations. These organizations will have clearly identified needs that are immediate or in progress and will be worthy causes that seek AV technology to support their education, communication and outreach efforts. Find out more on how you can participate in InfoComm Shines.
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