The Association of Fundraising Professionals, the standard-bearer for professionalism in fundraising, offers professional development opportunities, including training courses and web conferences as well as an online job bank.
International Special Events Society is a member organization of special events industry professionals. The site offers a career center, professional development opportunities, and information on becoming a certified special events professional.
The International Women's Media Foundation (IWMF) is a global network dedicated to strengthening the role of women journalists. The site offers job, scholarship, and fellowship opportunities as well as information and advice for female journalists.
Investigative Reporters and Editors is a grassroots nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of investigative reporting. The site offers job postings, industry events and training, and student resources including scholastic organizations and a story database.
This international foundation features volunteer and job opportunities, as well as articles and case studies on career development and advancing skills in research and technology. Members can network through local chapters.
The MPAA has a goal of advancing filmmaking by protecting property rights and opening markets to the global standard of film. The website offers employment opportunities and internship positions, mostly in legal, technology, or development.
The association provides opportunities and resources for journalists, students, and professionals. For students, there are scholarship programs, internship programs, projects, multimedia courses, journalism training, and a career mentoring program. The association also offers career assistance.
NAB works to promote the rights and interests of broadcasters. Members are given a variety of resources including discounts on products and answers to legal and engineering questions. There are also events for professional development and other networking conventions.
The association is dedicated to the professional advancement and recognition of Hispanics in the news industry. Internship and jobs are posted on the career center section of the website. Also posted are conventions and events including their Multimedia Convention and Career Expo.
National Association of International Educators is a non-profit organization for the promotion of international education. The website contains a job registry under “Professional and Educational Resources”.
The NCPH is a membership association that encourages the collaborative study and practice of history with a mission of bringing history to the public. The association offers public history workshops, holds annual conferences, and provides links to graduate programs and educational resources.
NLGJA is an organization of journalists, media professionals, educators, and students working to promote fair and accurate coverage of LGBT issues. The association offers a job board, a journalist’s toolbox with information and strategies on covering topical issues, and education and development opportunities for current students.
The National Writers Union is a labor union that represents freelance writers. The union provides contract advice, grievance assistance, writer resources and publications, and a hiring service that allows members to promote their work.
NYWFT is a professional membership organization dedicated to supporting women in film, television, and digital media. The organization provides links to industry services, a job board, and networking opportunities.
ONA is a nonprofit membership organization for digital journalists. The site offers networking opportunities, digital training opportunities, and free and/or discounted conferences and seminars for members.
The Public Relations Society of America is the largest organization of professionals in public relations and communications. There is a student public relations society within the website to help students develop skills and seek out professionals in that field. Jobs, internships, and career resources are also available on the site.
The Reporters Committee for Freedom of Press is a nonprofit association that provides free legal assistance to journalists. The site offers access to media resources, a legal hotline, and regional training seminars.
The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics is a membership organization for individuals in the mathematics, scientific, and technological communities. The site offers career information, academic resources, and a job board.
The Society of Professional Journalism (SPJ) works to promote excellence among journalists and journalism. SPJ offers “journalist’s resources” including a job bank, training opportunities, and legal assistance.
The Television, Internet and Video Association of DC is a membership organization offering career opportunities, new-industry technology seminars, educational outreach, and mentoring for members of the media production community.
TAALS is a professional association that represents language specialists (interpreters and translators) working at the international level, either at conferences or in permanent organizations, and determines their qualifications and standards.
WIFV of Washington, DC is dedicated to advancing professional development and achievement for women working in film, video, multimedia, and related disciplines. Includes networking events and a job board for members.