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Membership

Local Chapter Benefits

Narrow the FM world to your local interests and professional community.
A local source of facility management education, information and interaction, IFMA chapters bring the association’s vast resources directly to you. As a member of your local chapter, you benefit from:

  • Networking with colleagues and business partners in your area;
  • Exclusive access to the chapter’s membership directory;
  • Educational and social events, including career growth programs, facility tours and best practices workshops;
  • Employment referral services;
  • Support and study groups for those pursuing CFM®, FMP® and SFP™ credentials;
  • Chapter-specific websites focused on FM news and activities in your area;
  • Opportunities to mentor FM students at local colleges and universities;
  • Opportunities to give back to your community through chapter-organized projects and fundraisers; and
  • Opportunities to join chapter committees or serve in a leadership position.

Chapter membership benefits the entire IFMA community.

Professional Members

  • Focus on local issues that impact your workplace.
  • Build long-lasting friendships with professional peers.
  • Benefit from on-site professional development programs.

Associate Members

  • Develop strong business partnerships with fellow members.
  • Contribute to the growth and success of your chapter.
  • Earn recognition through IFMA’s Associate Member Award of Excellence.

Young Professional Members

  • Benefit from support and advice from professional peers.
  • Get involved in career-building activities.
  • Earn recognition through IFMA’s Emerging Leader Award of Excellence.

 

Student Members

  • Begin learning about and contributing to the FM profession.
  • Start building your contact list.
  • Earn recognition through IFMA’s Student Chapter of the Year Award.

Retired Members

  • Stay connected to your professional community.
  • Mentor students, emerging leaders and CFM candidates.
  • Share your knowledge of FM and the association.