The American Institute for Conservation gives professional membership to those conservation professionals who have demonstrated a strong commitment to our mission.
They are conservators, conservation scientists, or other professionals involved in conservation who have had their training, knowledge, and experience reviewed by a body of their peers.
Deadlines: January 1 / July 1 / October 1
Current Associate members:
- Who have earned an undergraduate university degree or the international equivalent. Receive a waiver by writing to the Membership Committee explaining any equivalent education.
- Who have two (2) years of full-time formal education or related supervised training in a conservation method and theory or in field appropriate to other professional involvement in conservation (e.g., chemistry for conservation scientists, library science for library preservation administrators, art history for museum conservation administrators, business management for administrators).
- Who have three (3) years of post-training, full-time work (or its part-time equivalent) in conservation or in a conservation-related profession. You may not count program training internships toward this qualification.
Contact 202.661.8065 or firstname.lastname@example.org.