Career Advancement Resources
Are you looking for a career change? Have you created “Your Story”, your brand statement and marketing strategies to help you network confidently? Learn more about the Career Coaches and how they can give ou the tools and techniques to develop a strong career plan.
The Career Learning Center encourages an integrative career and professional development process that enhances your skill set.
Looking for someone to help navigate you through the exhibitions and events industry? Our seasoned professionals help with networking opportunities, share experiences and even learn something along the way.
Find out what your references are really saying about you! Get your references checks, confidentially and professionals. Be confident your past employers are helping, not hurting your candidacy.
Need help with your resume and cover letter? Let one of our professionals writers create a resume and cover letter that will help you land you an interview.
Certified in Exhibition Management™ (CEM)
The Certified in Exhibition Management™ (CEM) designation is a globally recognized designation that demonstrates the highest professional standard throughout the exhibition and event management area.
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Listing of Skills by Job
IAEE has identified job roles for exhibition professionals that are common across organizations. These positions are vailable in various categories and include core knowledge and task domains, job purpose, duties and responsibilities, qualifications, working conditions, physical requirements, average number of direct reports, average number of events produced, industry experiences and average salary information. This information helps to guide one in determining a career path in the exhibitions and events industry.
Learn More about the IAEE Skills Matrix & Job Descriptions
Department of Labor
The Employment and Training Administration (ETA) has worked with the National Travel and Tourism Office of the Department of Commerce and with technical and subject matter experts from education, business, and industry to develop a comprehensive competency model for the Hospitality, Tourism, and Events industry. The model identifies the knowledge, skills, and abilities that provide a foundation for industry workers, as well as competencies specific to key sectors. While the model seeks to cover all workers in the industry, it is not intended that each worker possess all of the competencies listed. The model is rather a compilation of competencies that can be included as a basis for preparation in a Hospitality, Tourism, and Events occupation.
Visit the DOL Competency Clearinghouse Model for Hospitality, Tourism and Events.
Events and Education, along with networking, are the major benefits of IAEE Membership. Throughout, the year, several meetings and educational programs are offered both at the chapters and international level.
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Art of the Show Text Book
The Art of the Show, Fourth Edition is the complete guide for the exhibit industry featuring 421 pages addressing such issues as legal, housing and transportation, registration, exhibition technology, site selection, marketing, and planning for the unexpected at your exhibitions. Purchase the textbook here.