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IABC is the premier organization for communication, business and journalism students. We offer a variety of resources and opportunities for students who plan on entering the communication profession. Get insights from leaders in the profession, make valuable contacts, and supplement your academic education with practical training to get your career started.

Discovery: a world of knowledge from IABC.

September 7th, 2012

Take two minutes to watch this cool video about the  features and functionality of Discovery, your online resource for a wealth of knowledge from IABC.

Check out these 20 free IABC web seminars

March 29th, 2012

Did you know IABC has an extensive archive of free and free for member web seminars? Check out some of these great learning opportunities and be sure to check out all the other web seminars available now.

Free archived web seminars

Employee engagement: The communicator’s role
presented by Steve Crescenzo, Crescenzo Communications
Recorded 28 March 2012

Mobile Marketing: An introduction to text message marketing
presented by Derek Johnson, Tatango
Recorded 25 January 2012

Crisis communication in the digital age
presented by Daniel Tisch, Argyle Communications
Recorded 16 December 2011

The Twitter triangle and digital donuts
presented by Marc Wright,  simply-communicate.com
Recorded 19 October 2011

Finding your voice: Writing for “New Media” 
presented by Steve Crescenzo, Crescenzo Communications
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New Student Connection Twitter

January 24th, 2012

Introducing the Student Connection Twitter @IABCstudents. Content that helps you prepare to enter the communication profession, internships/jobs, events and IABC student chapter news.

A student’s view: My first IABC networking event.

December 6th, 2011

by Kate Payne, IABC/ Toronto    

This year I became a corporate communication student at Seneca College. I have always been interested in writing and thought I wanted to be a writer or journalist. I was introduced to the corporate communications  program through a friend who had completed the program. I never realized there were so many requirements in the communication program— networking, writing, public speaking, volunteering—and it all seemed like a lot to take on. The program stressed the importance of joining professional associations and attending networking events to get an idea of what is going on in the industry and to make contacts. I decided to join IABC because I was interested in learning about different fields in the industry. With my background in political science, I was keen to talk to people working in government and government agencies. I saw great value in belonging to an organization that supports students with networking events, volunteer positions, job searches, and resume and interview tips and tricks.  Read the rest of this entry »

IABC Content Network

November 3rd, 2011

Networking with other communicators is one of the primary benefits of IABC  (MemberSpeakmember directoryonline chapter listIABC BuzzIABC eXchange). Membership offers opportunities to network with members around the world through the IABC web site, as well as face-to-face at chapter events, the annual International Conference held in June of each year, and professional development seminars held at various times and locations throughout the year.

IABC  not only offers you this real life professional network, but an opportunity to access a perpetual nexus of content that is being shared, discussed, and analyzed online.

What IABC members are talking about this week around the web:

IABC Benefit Spotlight: Discovery

November 1st, 2011

Are you receiving the most out of your IABC membership? Check out this week’s benefit spotlight: Discovery, IABC’s online collection of content resources—best practices, templates, in-depth analysis, research, how-to manuals and more. Discovery is a next-generation online library, providing you with a powerful tool to access the information you need to be successful in school and your career. You can complete a content search on Discovery by navigating to “Publications” on the IABC website, or  at discovery.iabc.com .

 

Browse Discovery content CW BulletinCW MagazineBooks, and Case Studies now:

                        

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