IHBC's SelfStarter

Quick guide to conservation online


ONLINE NETWORKING:
Building your networks online, and your personal profile, is easier than you might think, and can help you get work & experience!

Online digital networks offer easy access to specialist networks, and the IHBC’s is one of the most popular and active.
Social networks for specialists often require people to submit a request to join. This is to reduce ‘spamming’, and anyone with an interest in the subject is always welcome. Like the IHBC’s Linkedin Group, most are keen for students, trainees and learners from any background to join up and join in.
SEE A RECENT UPDATE ON OUR LINKEDIN GROUP

IHBC’s Linkedin group is open to all on application.
Join in this active discussion forum, and find out what are the current issues in conservation.
JOIN IHBC’s LINKEDIN GROUP

IHBC’s facebook page carries our news and press releases as well as jobs information and other discussions.
IHBC’s more social networks are an easy way to find out what’s happening in the IHBC as well as what people with a general interest in heritage might be thinking about, but specialist discussions usually take place on our Linkedin site.
JOIN IHBC’S FACEBOOK HERE

IHBC’s twitter feed also carries news and jobs information from the IHBC.
We also host a separate Twitter events feed, for extra ease in planning your learning!
JOIN IHBC’s TWITTER FEED(inc 'Jobs etc')

IHBC membership means you can keep up to date on current issues.
IHBC members can get email alerts on current news, jobs, policy and events.
JOIN IHBC HERE

Some of the IHBC’s Branch networks include email contacts that can provide opportunities for building links.
EXPLORE OUR BRANCH NETWORK HERE