Save the Date!
Cutting Edge Social Media Strategies from the Trenches that Work
Presenters: Mandy Manley, Reliv International and Bethany Prange, CASA of Southwestern Illinois
March 26, 11:30 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. at Maggiano’s Little Italy
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Our vision is to be an exceptional resource for anyone in St. Louis seeking development and networking opportunities in communication. Our membership includes both freelance and corporate professionals in:
Advertising, Community relations, Consulting, Corporate communications, Development, Government relations, Graphic design, Human resources, Investor relations, Marketing, Public affairs, Public relations/Media relations, Video production, Writing/Editing
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Be involved! Whether it’s an hour spent judging award entries or a position on a chapter committee, volunteering with IABC St. Louis offers many rewards:
- Gain visibility. Network with fellow professional communicators, find out about job openings and develop great references among communications professionals in the St. Louis area.
- Hone your skills. Retain and sharpen skills you may not be using in your current position.
- Stretch yourself. Volunteering with IABC can help you expand your horizons and explore new career options. If you are self-employed, it’s an opportunity to work with others on uniquely rewarding projects.
- Be a leader. Serving as an IABC volunteer can help you develop leadership skills you can use in your own workplace.
- Beef up your resume. Impress potential employers when they see that you volunteer with the premier organization for communications professionals.
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IABC has provided me with great access to best communications practices, an expanding network of peers and friends in the profession, and a way to grow my skills as a leader and communicator.Brian Ames
In working on the IABC St. Louis Quill Awards and attending different lunch/lecture series I’ve had the opportunity to meet and work with so many great people. Staying on top of the latest trends and tools is vital to an organization’s, and a person’s, success.Mary Foshage
IABC has helped my career by exposing me to other excellent communication in the St. Louis region and a network of friends and acquaintances who help each other in many ways – from helping out when we have work, to filling a unique need, to networking.George Grimm-Howell