IABC Great Plains offers its members exclusive access to information, resources and connections to keep your communications skills current.
Our chapter belongs to the Pacific Plains Region. You will need to search for that name when you join.
Why join? As a member of IABC Great Plains, you have access to:
We know many communicators lack the internal support or buy-in they need to grow in their positions, which makes them feel overwhelmed and perhaps frustrated.
Communicators are a mission-critical part of every organization and deserve to have access to the resources, network, and training that will help them grow and improve in their position.
Our group of local, seasoned communicators are backed by a 50-year-old international association of professionals from nearly every industry in the world.
We get it.
WHAT OUR MEMBERS HAVE TO SAY
MEMBER SINCE 2007
IABC is my lifeline to communication professionals across industries and across the world. I tell new members, ‘whatever you put into IABC you will get back tenfold.’ Volunteer and you will meet lifelong friends and mentors. I have forged closer connections with colleagues here at home through IABC, but also have friends I can call when I need advice, a new perspective, or knowledge outside of my own experience.
Having been a member for over 40 years, I’m a lifetime advocate for IABC. I attribute my foundational abilities as a professional communicator to IABC. Although I completed college degrees in both communications and management, I learned how to put the theories into practice by becoming an accredited communicator and participating as a volunteer IABC board member. Throughout my career, I’ve been a member of dozens of professional organizations. IABC has outperformed and outlasted them all.
MEMBER SINCE 1992
I joined the Great Plains chapter of IABC in 1992. I’ve been a member ever since, even during retirement. IABC, locally and internationally, provides support through professional development, networking, and educational resources. Being a member of IABC was a necessary resource for me in solving communications problems, being introduced to new communications trends and maintaining relationships with other professionals.
Our members hold positions in a variety of communication disciplines, including: