Find out more about a career in internal communication

We want to see more students and young people - and, indeed, anybody who is making decisions about the direction of their career - proactively choosing the internal communication profession

At the IoIC, we believe that encouraging people to consider a career in IC is important not only because internal communication is a highly rewarding career, but because we need to ensure that we are creating a talent pipeline of people who can continue to raise the standard of internal communication in organisations in a world where keeping people connected, informed and purposeful is more important than ever. 

If you're thinking about starting your career in internal communication, the following may be useful:

The IC Career Guide

The IC Career Guide provides insights such as what internal communication is; where internal communicators work; what a career in internal communication could look like; and how you can get started.

Download the Guide

#IChoseIC Webinar

In this webinar, we were joined by various IC professionals who provided insights into the profession. We also spoke about the skills and knowledge needed to thrive in internal communication

Watch the Webinar

IoIC Profession Map

Find out more about the role and purpose of internal communication in organisaions, as well as the various activities which you might be involved in, and the skills and knowledge required to thrive in an IC role.

Find out more

Sign up for Student Membership

The IoIC is proud to offer student membership to anyone who is currently studying either full time or part time and has an interest in internal communication.

Join IoIC today

#IChoseIC Blogs

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#IChoseIC Ambassador Stacy Gibbs shares her insights

AI Survey Analysis

IC and AI Survey Report

More IC Career Stories

 

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If you have any questions about the internal communication profession or would like some advice on how to get started, get in touch by email today

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