AITC is committed to excellence. We pride ourselves on giving excellence to our clients but also on the investment in our team. It is critical to the success of any company that we build up our team members and help to make a positive impact in the communities in which our team members live, work, and play. With a family-focused corporate philosophy, the well-being and positive impact of our team members are a priority for our company.

One way to do this is through the practice of corporate social responsibility. This aims to improve communities, the economy, and the environment through financial support and volunteerism. AITC has focused our definition of business success by extending it beyond profitability and by focusing on the greater good and not only the greater profit.

AITC is focused on supporting the following charitable causes that make a positive impact in the community and align with our corporate vision to safeguard our nation’s defense and security in support of the warfighter.  We support efforts in these designated areas:

  • Homelessness and Poverty
  • Mentoring At Risk Youth (and encourage STEM careers)
  • Veterans
  • Military Events
  • Supporting the Hispanic community (through mentoring, career development and entrepreneurship)
Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity – Driven by a belief that everyone deserves a safe place to live, Habitat Orlando & Osceola builds affordable housing, revitalizes neighborhoods and strengthens communities.

Fairways for Warriors

Fairways for Warriors – is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organizationthat was founded in 2010 to reduce veteran suicides and tohelp with the mental, physical, and spiritual rehabilitation ofcombat wounded veterans and their families. The suicide rate among veterans is 22 a day, that is 8,000 per year. Weare focused on reducing and eventually eliminating thestatistic of “22 A Day” veteran suicides.

K9s for Warriors – Determined to end veteran suicide, K9s For Warriors provides highly-trained Service Dogs to military veterans suffering from PTSD, traumatic brain injury and/or military sexual trauma. With the majority of dogs coming from high-kill rescue shelters, this innovative program allows the K9/Warrior team to build an unwavering bond that facilitates their collective healing and recovery.

Pawsitive Action

Pawsitive Action – Our goal is to provide every Veteran, who applies and qualifies, with a beautiful, loving, skilled companion. We are committed to connecting people not only to a specialized service dog, but to vital resources that enhance their quality of life physically, emotionally, and socially.

Oviedo Helping Hand

Oviedo Helping Hand – founded in 2021 as a 501(c)(3) organization, their goal is to help families and individuals struggling to pay their utilities. In 2021, they paid $40K for utility bills preventing hundreds of families from losing their utilities.

Tech Sassy Girlz

Tech Sassy Girlz (TSG) – is a signature program of Collegiate Pathways, Inc.,a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in Orlando, FL. Our mission is to empower underrepresented middle and high school girls to pursue science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields through college preparation, career readiness, mentoring and entrepreneurship.

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Three Rangers Foundation – A nonprofit that empowers Ranger Regiment veterans and affiliates to achieve lifelong success through personalized mentorship.  Under this partnership, AITC will provide Rangers and Ranger Gold Star Families from the 75th Ranger Regiment with additional resources and support they need to successfully transition into civilian life and establish fulfilling careers in technology by providing Cyber and Information Technology (IT) mentorship, jobs, and scholarship opportunities.
Matthew Page, AITC’s Chief of Cyber and Technology Programs, is spearheading AITC’s support of the Three Rangers Foundation.  Page has more than ten years of experience in the 75th Ranger Regiment as both a Non-Commissioned Officer and a Senior Warrant Officer.  (Read more on our blog)
Habitat for Humanity

Inspirate! Women’s Business Career Center – We are on a mission to create economic prosperity through education and access to financial resources.

PHrozen Jewel Run

Phrozen Jewel Run – Presented by the I.S. Hankins/F.A. Johnson Education Foundation and the Delta Xi Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., it is a Hybrid 5K walk/run on June 10-17. Because it is a Hybrid event, participants can run/walk anytime during the 7-day window at a location of their choosing or walk in person at the Valencia campus in Orlando, FL on June 17 at 7:06 am. Proceeds will fund scholarships, Young Men of Distinction (YMOD) mentoring program, Head Start Initiative and other Foundation programs and initiatives.$31,500 in scholarships were awarded!

Sharing Center

The Sharing Center – Founded in 1986, they inspire dignified solutions for people experiencing poverty and homelessness.

Catholic Charities

Catholic Charities – we support multiple ministries within the church including Food Pantry, Music Ministry, and assisting with building renovations, among other support areas. In addition, we sponsor children from Honduras, Dominican Republic and Colombia. We have also supported the construction of an operating room at a hospital in Africa managed by nuns and ministry outreach in Haiti.

Military Intelligence Corps Association (MICA) – The premier professional association of the U.S. Army’s Military Intelligence Corps, with the mission of preserving history, educating leaders, honoring professionals, sharing knowledge, and providing supporting award programs. MICA members represent the active duty, reserve component, and retired as well as defense contractors and others who support the MI mission and are dedicated to ensuring that Army Intelligence remains “Always Out Front!”
Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico

Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico – Ayuda al MAPR a continuar su labor de proteccion del patrimonio que alberga y los servicios que brinda a la comunidad a traves de su mision artistica, educativa y social.
Help the MAPR continue its work to protect the heritage it houses and the services it provides to the community through its artistic, educational and social mission.

American Heart Association

American Heart Association -Together, we are relentlessly focused on the heart of our community. Through the Heart of Orlando Heart Ball campaign, we celebrate our collective success in driving change, funding science and improving behaviors – no matter where, or how, we gather. That means taking our efforts beyond the ballroom, working every day to help every heart. The annual Heart Ball is May 6 at the Loews Portofino Bay Hotel at Universal Orlando.  In more than 150 communities across the country, Heart Ball supporters unite with a shared purpose to raise the critical funds we need to ensure our work continues. Throughout our campaign we celebrate our milestones, we thank our sponsors and we honor our heroes. We come together to achieve something bigger than ourselves. We live fierce and fight for all.