Membership Types and Benefits

Benefits of NAPE Membership

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NAPE 2016 National Summit for Educational Equity

  • Online resources
  • Monthly e-newsletters, including public policy updates
  • Networking opportunities
  • Conferences and institutes
  • Reduced rates on NAPE services and materials
  • Technical assistance
  • Opportunities for leadership on national committees
  • Peer recognition through member award programs
  • Special-access webinars, workshops, and resources

Learn more about membership benefits.

Types of NAPE Membership

Individual Membership

Individual membership is granted to people who wish to partner with NAPE members to promote access, equity, and diversity in education and workforce development.
Active: Employed by educational institutions, community-based organizations, workforce development agencies, businesses, or other related services, or are self-employed ($75).

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Retired: Retired from active employment with educational institutions, community-based organizations, workforce development agencies, businesses, or other related services ($50).

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Student: Enrolled full-time in secondary or postsecondary institutions and not eligible for active individual membership ($30).

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Affiliate Membership

Affiliate membership is granted to local and community agencies, organizations, and businesses that wish to partner with NAPE to promote equity in education and the workforce.
Level I: Agencies, organizations, and businesses within a member state can receive Level I affiliate membership at $150 per year. See if your state is a NAPE member.

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Level II: Agencies, organizations, and businesses within a non-member state can receive Level II affiliate membership at $250 per year. See if your state is a NAPE member.

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State-Level Membership

State-level membership is granted to any state agency responsible for administering Perkins-allocated funds for leadership, technical assistance, and professional development about equity issues in education related to workforce development, including CTE.

Dues are based on each state’s Perkins allocation. See if your state is a NAPE member.

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Steps to Join NAPE

  1. If you already know what’s right for you, click the appropriate item above and proceed to the cart.
  2. If you aren’t sure, use the decision tree below to determine the best membership type for you.