Have you thought about taking your involvement with The IIA to a new level? The Institute has many opportunities for internal auditors to participate beyond the membership level.
- Use your personal and professional skills with The Institute of Internal Auditors by serving on an international committee. Your leadership and direction can contribute to the strategic direction of the association as well as the ongoing development of new products, services and guidance for the profession. Visit the Call for Nominations Webpage for more information. Serving as an IIA leader can introduce you to a world of opportunities. Learn more by reading "What Does It Take To Be A Leader?" (PDF)
Help Guide the Future
- Guide the next generation of auditors through the Internal Auditing Education Partnership Program. You can help to promote the profession from within.
- Submit a question for one of The IIA's four exams, and you can earn CPE credit hours at the same time.
- Select from a list of topics awaiting research and educational product proposals, or submit your own topic to create, develop, and validate research for The IIA Research Foundation.
- If you enjoy writing, or have always dreamed about becoming a writer, then why not contact the staff of the Internal Auditor magazine and learn more about becoming an author?
- Almost anywhere in the world, there are fellow internal auditors at the local level who are engaged as chapters in North America or institutes worldwide. You can participate as either a leader, or even a guest speaker. Visit Find Your Local IIA to locate the chapter or institute nearest you.
Give the Gift of Time-Volunteer Your Audit Services!
- Interested in volunteering your expertise for a good cause? There are many non-profit/not for profit organizations that could greatly benefit from your audit experience and expertise. Visit our volunteer opportunities board to explore current requests for volunteers.
- Are you a non-profit/not for profit organization, or aware of one that is in need of volunteer audit services? Simply complete the request for Posting of Pro Bono Audit Service Needs and we will add the information to our board. Interested volunteers will respond directly to the requesting organization with their inquiry.
- The IIA has partnered with Junior Achievement (JA) Worldwide in support of education and promoting high-level ethics in our future business colleagues and leaders. This partnership is helping to educate K-12 students on business issues such as entrepreneurship, ethics, integrity, corporate accountability, workplace readiness and financial literacy. IIA members and chapters can earn Chapter Achievement Program (CAP) points for their involvement through The IIA or their workplace. To learn more about volunteering for a JA organization in your local area, visit: http://www.theiia.org/theiia/about-the-profession/promoting-the-profession/jr-achievement/ or www.ja.org.