IECA members have access to many educational opportunities, campus tours, marketing tools, research, mentoring, and much more.
IECA organizes member tours of nearby campuses as a pre-conference activity to enable IECs to better understand the social environment and communicate more effectively to clients. In addition, many schools and colleges routinely invite consultants for campus visits throughout the year.
IECA provides our members with numerous benefits to help your business succeed. These benefits include discounted business management tools, discounts on publications, marketing tools to help your business, and peer support programs. Check this page often, as we frequently add new benefits.
IECA Regional Groups are formed based on your geographic location so that you can network with IECA members living close to you. These groups share a common desire for collegiality, communication, and personal interaction among local professionals.
IECA developed these publications for members to use as marketing materials for their practices and to share with your clients and other professionals.
An affinity group is run by members with similar interests in a specific topic. Affinity groups offer “micro” communities the Association; you and your colleagues can network about what’s important to you. Share knowledge, interests, and goals.
The IECA Education and Training Committee offers IECA associate and professional members the opportunity to work with a mentor at any time during their consultancy. The Mentoring Program is a signature benefit of our Association.
Quick Links to Frequently Used IECA Documents
Here’s where you’ll find committee reports, standards of excellence, roadmaps, and more.
Professional members specialize in areas of expertise known as “specialty designations.” When initially applying for Professional membership, consultants must apply for at least one primary designation.
Please welcome our new Professional members!
There are numerous opportunities to get involved with the association, some on the local level (regional groups) and some on the national level (conference planning), and at varied levels of responsibility and time commitment.