Gain instant access to the people who drive Houston’s communications industry – join IABC Houston. We have more than 300 members, and we are one of the fastest-growing chapters within the international organization. Those who join IABC enjoy local as well as international benefits.
To join IABC/Houston you start by joining IABC International online. Your membership includes full benefits from the international organization, the Southern Region and the local IABC/Houston chapter. There are several membership types:
The vast majority of IABC members are professional members. IABC/Houston members pay $299 annually. New and lapsed members pay $339, discounted an additional $10 if you enroll online.
Corporate packages offer discounts to five or more employees from the same company. To initiate a package, please see our corporate package information page.
Student memberships are available to full-time students of colleges, universities and other educational institutions as well as part-time students working toward a degree, or a certificate program in Canada, who are not presently working in the communication profession. Student dues for IABC/Houston are $57 annually.
Professionals who have graduated from a degree program from an accredited institution in the last year are eligible for the student transition rate. For student transition members, the regular application fee is waived, and the student pays half of the international dues plus full region and chapter dues. Members can have only one year at the student transition rate; they must then become professional members at the full professional rate.
Individuals who have been professional IABC members for at least five years, are retired from employment in the communications industry, and are at least 55 years of age are eligible for retiree status. Annual IABC/Houston dues for retired members are US $47.
To learn more about joining IABC, visit the IABC Member Centre and join online.
For IABC/Houston membership information, contact Vice President of Member Services John Harris.