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NEHA membership provides environmental health professionals with connection, education, and advancement in their careers.  Our nationally recognized credentials, extensive learning opportunities, and community of dedicated leaders position our members for greater professional success.  NEHA is committed to the recognition of each individual member because we believe that the success of our members elevates the environmental health profession as a whole.

Membership Types:

  • Professional Member: You are active in the field of environmental health. $100 annual membership fee.
  • Emerging Professional Member:  If you are a student or within the first 5 years of your environmental health career this is a great category to get you started (limited to a 5-year term). $25 annual membership fee.
  • Retired Professional Member:  You are retired from the field of environmental health. $25 annual membership fee.
  • International Member:  If you are an environmental health professional who resides outside of the U.S. you may join in this category. $65 annual membership fee.
  • Life Member:  If you wish to pay a one-time fee ($2,500) to become a lifetime member of NEHA, please contact NEHA Member Services (membership@neha.org). 

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Professional Member

Anyone who is active in the field of environmental health. $100 annual fee.

Emerging Professional Member

Students or those who are within the first 5 years of their environmental health career (limited to a 5-year term). $25 annual fee.

International Member

Professionals residing outside of the U.S. $65 annual fee.

Retired Professional Member

Those who have retired from the field. $25 annual fee.

Life Member

Anyone who wishes to pay a one-time membership fee ($2,500).

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