Membership

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Active Member ($150)
Membership includes full voting privileges, all newsletters and notices, reduced prices for Annual Institute, inclusion in searchable online Membership Directory, and right to hold office.

Institutional Member ($850) 
(College or University) One representative will receive full member benefits, one complimentary admission to the Annual Institute and discounted exhibitor space, free posting of faculty positions on the website.

Transitional  Member ($99)
Recent graduates up to one [1] year post-graduation may apply for Transitional membership.  Membership includes full voting privileges,  all newsletters and notices, reduced prices for Annual Institute,  inclusion in searchable online Membership Directory, and right to hold office.

Student* Member ($75)
Membership includes all newsletters and notices, reduced prices for Annual Institute, and inclusion in searchable online Membership Directory.

*Students must include proof of current enrollment status to receive student member rates.

Retired Members ($90)
Membership includes full voting privileges, all newsletters and notices, reduced prices for Annual Institute, inclusion in searchable online Membership Directory, and the right to hold office.

International Member
ACHNE revises its fee against the World Bank guidance for potential ACHNE members who work in parts of the world where this fee would be considered prohibitive.  The World Bank assigns the world’s economies into four income groups — high, upper-middle, lower-middle, and low. This is based on a country’s GNI per capita calculated using the Atlas Method.  The units for this measure and for the thresholds is current US Dollars.

Interested International applicants who reside and work in countries that fall outside of the ‘high’ group should contact ACHNE at info@ACHNE.org directly to discuss their status.  

Please go to the following link to find out which group your country falls within.  
https://datahelpdesk.worldbank.org/knowledgebase/articles/906519-world-bank-country-and-lending-groups