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ASHRAE MEMBERSHIP Why Wait? Join Today!
Why Join ASHRAE? • Access to the latest and best technical information for the built environment • Professional development opportunities • Networking opportunities with industry peers • Opportunity to give back to an industry that gives its leaders so much
ASHRAE’s Track Record Includes • Development of Standard 90. 1, the nation’s first energy standard • A strong research program for over 90 years • Recognized standards developer • ASHRAE Handbook, the industry’s book of choice for HVAC&R guidance
What Are The Membership Types? • Member: Applicants who have twelve or more years of qualified industryrelated experience (includes education, license and work experience). • Associate: Applicants who have less than twelve years of ASHRAEapproved industry experience in the heating, refrigerating, airconditioning, or ventilating fields. • Affiliate: Introductory grade for applicants with a general interest in the Society’s programs and services. • Student: Must be studying or have an interest in an HVAC&R industryrelated field. Eligible students must be participating in an approved course of study in a university, college, junior college, or technical institute.
What Are The Benefits? • Member: Membership includes ASHRAE Handbook and subscription to ASHRAE Journal. Price: $185 USD. • Associate: Membership includes ASHRAE Handbook and subscription to ASHRAE Journal. Price: $185 USD. • Affiliate: Membership includes subscription to ASHRAE Journal. This three year only membership grade is limited to those who are under 30 years of age who are first-time new members. Price: $50 USD (Year 1), $70 USD (Year 2), and $90 USD (Year 3). • Student: Membership includes subscription to ASHRAE Journal and special pricing on ASHRAE Handbooks. Price: $20 USD.
Local Chapter Membership: The Power of Chapters ASHRAE shares global knowledge by bringing members together via chapters, which allows them to work together, share ideas, and advance the standards of practice to improve the built environment. ASHRAE has 176 chapters in North America and the following countries: Brazil, Argentina, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Taiwan, Philippines, Thailand, Qatar, India, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Lebanon, Kuwait, Greece, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, the United Arab Emirates, Portugal, Romania, Poland, Bahrain, Spain, Nigeria and Indonesia
How Can I Learn More? • For more specific information about membership grades and their associated benefits, visit: http: //www. ashrae. org/members • Contact your local chapter president or membership chair. You can find their website at: http: //www. ashrae. org/societygroups/chapters/list-of-ashrae-chapters-and-homepages and click on List of ASHRAE Chapters & Home Pages • Contact the membership staff at [email protected] org, or (800) 5 -ASHRAE (US/Canada), (404) 636 -8400 (International) – ASHRAE is open Monday through Friday, 8: 00 a. m. – 5: 00 p. m. Eastern Time