Upcoming Baltimore Chapter Events:
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|IIA Baltimore Spring Fling Happy Hour at Little Havana in Federal Hill||6/7/18|
|2018 District Conference||10/1/18 thru 10/2/18|
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|Internal Auditor II (Contractual)||Maryland Department of Transportation||Baltimore, MD||4/24/18|
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The IIA also has a site for job seekers at the following link: IIA Job Center.
Job related policies: Employment Posting.
The 2018 District Conference will be held October 1-2, 2018. Details are available at the following link: 2018 District Conference details.
The Chapter was awarded the IIA's 2017 Building Awareness Champion award! This award was in for promoting the internal audit profession by taking part in and executing International Internal Audit Awareness Month activities. See the award letter at Building Awareness Award Letter.
For additional news about the Chapter, see our Current Chapter Newsletter.
The Chapter also has a LinkedIn Page.
We offer several scholarships up to $3,000. Scholarships for this upcoming year are due by April 15,2018. Follow this link for more information and to apply: Chapter Scholarships.
Several local colleges offer educational programs specifically oriented towards internal audit, including programs to prepare for the Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) exam. See the following link for more details: Local Educational Programs.
To help you achieve CIA certification, the IIA has a CIA Learning Program and Gleim has a CIA Exam Prep program. See the following link for more details: CIA Exam Prep.
The Baltimore Chapter of the IIA has approximately 700 members. Our mission is to promote and develop the internal audit profession in the Maryland business community. We aim to provide exemplary services to the profession and its members while effectively administering the Chapter’s roles and responsibilities.
Click on the following link to find out more about the Chapter: Find Out More.
Questions should be directed as follows: training questions to the VP or AVP Programs, social event questions to the VP Logistics & Hospitality, payment/ finance questions to the Treasurer, acadmic relations and scholarship questions to the Academic Relations Committee, and most other inquiries to the President.
|VP Programs||Ryan McNamaraemail@example.com|
|VP Logistics & Hospitality||Rich Mitchellfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Academic Relations Committee||Various (led by Therese Rafferty)||email@example.com|