IABC/Regina is always looking for volunteers either for individual projects and initiatives, or to participate on the Board of Directors and be part of our chapters rich 40-year history of communication leaders. We want to leverage your skills for the benefit of all members, while providing you with an unparelled leadership and communication development experience.

We accept communicators at all experience levels. Whether you are a student, new to the field, or want to build on existing strengths, IABC/Regina is open to working with those who show a considerable level of dedication and hard work.

However, if volunteering isn’t for you, we still encourage you to stay involved with IABC/Regina by joining our membership and the global network of communicators in IABC.

Here are just some of the perks of becoming a part of our community:

  1. Professional development programs and events.
  2. Listening to industry’s top thinking and thinkers. Our members include Gold Quill winners [the highest award for excellence in IABC] as well as published researchers and bloggers.
  3. Relevant tools, templates and career roadmaps. All are designed to set our members up as leaders in their profession.
  4. Access to local, national and international networks. Our members come from a wide spectrum of organizations on every level, including CCOs to new professionals. We cover communication specialties like internal, marketing and public relations.
  5. Career job postings. As a job seeker, IABC/Regina’s Careers page is an easily accessible tool to find the most relevant local job opportunities.
    • Positions are posted in real-time. The latest available jobs are there. IABC International Job Centre also lists hundreds of jobs at all levels.
    • Access to hidden job market. Considering most positions are never posted online, you will gain valuable information and access to job opportunities
  6. Mentorship program. As a member of the Regina chapter, you have access to knowledge, advice and encouragement from a more experienced professional  communicator.

Establish professional relationships.

In doing so, you can:

  • Meet professionals outside of your day-to-day work
  • Explore skills that would not normally be developed in your day-to-day work
  • Learn how to make the best of professional challenges and opportunities
  • Have a sounding board to test your ideas and thinking
  • Articulate your strategic plans and priorities
  • Have the opportunity to reflect on your career development and knowledge acquisition

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