Not only does the San Francisco chapter of IABC offer vital resources, such as in-person learning and networking events, you also have an entire member web-portal available to you with IABC. IABC International’s own website offers a host of educational and networking channels. Here’s just a sample of some of the benefits you can enjoy as an SF IABC member:
Attend our full calendar of professional development and special events for free or at a low discounted rate. We host panel discussions, mixers and a speaker series to expand your knowledge and skills.
Take your career to the next level by participating in SF IABC’s free members-only Mentoring Program! Pair up with another communications professional to learn, coach, and network.
Independent Communicators Roundtable
Network and share ideas at monthly sessions designed to help independent communicators and consultants sharpen their skills. Learn more
Get invited to monthly guided dinner discussions that bring together senior professionals to discuss significant and timely trends or topics. Learn more
Job Search and Postings
Take advantage of the IABC Job Center, a powerful career resource for the communication profession, serving job seekers and employers in all industries and communications functions.
Webinars and Media
Get access to a wealth of professional and educational resources, including free-to-members webinars, webinar archives, videos, podcasts, e-books, case studies, and more.
Learning Publications and Resources
Get a free subscription to the Communication World (CW) Magazine (print and digital), which features tips, tools and best practices to help you enhance your career. Also search across IABC’s publication library to get communications articles to help you excel in your job.
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