What does your tomorrow hold? From operations and finance to marketing and human resources, internal auditors help ensure an organization meets its goal. The global demand for internal auditors today is unprecedented and is expected to increase annually as public and private companies and government entities continue to expand their audit needs in response to corporate reforms. This is your opportunity to be ready to meet the demands of the internal audit profession.
What is an Internal Auditor?
Internal auditors review and make recommendations on every aspect of the organization to improve its effectiveness. Today, internal auditing is in high demand.
If you are not yet a member of The IIA, we invite you to learn more about the benefits of membership and how to join.
As a member of The IIA, you will:
- Build your leadership skills with volunteer opportunities from the local to global levels.
- Connect with a professional global network of more than 180,000 members.
- Explore current job opportunities and launch your career through our Audit Career Center.
- Stand out as a professional by arming yourself with the latest research publications from The IIA Research Foundation (IIARF) for free.
Whether you’re an active graduate student or an undecided freshman, The IIA’s Academic Relations team has resources to help you navigate the profession. Students with internal audit education are being actively recruited from university campuses, especially from the schools with an Internal Auditing Education Partnership (IAEP) program in place.
Awards, Grants, Scholarships
The IIA and its local chapters provide a wide range of grants, scholarships, awards with the aim of advancing internal audit as a profession.
Connect with your local chapter to find scholarships, events, and resources in your area.
Michael J. Barrett Doctoral Dissertation Grant
To encourage internal audit studies by doctoral candidates, The IIA Research Foundation (IIARF) supports an ongoing Doctoral Dissertation Grant Program. This program provides funds to selected doctoral candidates interested in the field of internal auditing. The IIARF offers the Michael J. Barrett Grant as an incentive to future professors who will continue research and education in our profession.