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Join or renew membership for the 2018-2020 CMAHC Conference voting cycle: Sign up or renew as a member for the 2018-2020 CMAHC Conference cycle so you can vote on all the change requests at the 2020 CMAHC Conference. Membership is a low $90 ($30/year) for the entire CMAHC 3-year CMAHC Conference voting cycle.
NOTE: We want you to be a member and be involved for the entire 3-year CMAHC Conference voting cycle. To reward you for signing up early for all 3 years, prices are lower for those persons choosing to join early and be a member for all 3 years---you save money by joining now and you have the opportunity to participate for all 3 years. Renewal will be based on the October CMAHC conference cycle meaning prices will go up each November 1 of the intra-conference years to promote membership and reward early sign-up.
- Sign up today and pay $160 for a membership that will last through the 2018 - 2020 CMAHC Conference voting cycle or pay $190 for a membership that will last through the end of 2023 CMAHC Conference voting cycle.
- Members who signed up in 2018-2019 and paid $120 can now pay an additional $60 to extend their membership through the 2023 CMAHC Conference voting cycle. Please sign into your account at CMAHC@cmahc.org and renew your membership at this discounted rate. If you have any questions, please contact us at CMAHC@cmahc.org
To join or renew your membership for 2018-2020, go to the form below. Thanks for joining the CMAHC Team!
Member Sector Explanations: This membership choice is important since it determines your voting sector and caucus membership at the triennial conference.
NOTE: If you are a retiree from public health oversight/regulation or the aquatics sector, select the sector you retired from and put “Retiree and name/type of organization” in the appropriate “organization” box.
- Public Health: Includes members who are state, state designees, local, and federal public health sector government officials involved in guiding, regulating, and inspecting public aquatic facilities.
- Aquatics Design: Includes members primarily involved in designing aquatic facilities.
- Aquatics Builder: Includes members primarily involved in constructing aquatic facilities.
- Aquatics Management: Includes members who own or operate aquatic facilities, including government and academic facilities.
- Aquatics Staff: Includes members that work at aquatic facilities, including government and academic facilities.
- Aquatics Service Professional: Includes members who primarily provide construction, repair, and maintenance services to residential and commercial pools, spas, and other aquatic venues.
- Consumer: Includes members that use aquatic facilities as consumers. If you are a retiree from public health oversight/regulation or the aquatics sector, select the sector you retired from and put “Retiree and name/type of organization” in the appropriate “organization” box.
- Aquatics Supplier: Includes members primarily supplying products, training (e.g., operator, lifeguard), information (e.g., trade magazines), data, or other services used by the aquatics sector.
- Aquatics Manufacturer: Includes members primarily manufacturing products used by the aquatics sector.
- Consumer Protection Group: Includes members supplying third party testing, model code writing, funding for improving health and safety at aquatic facilities (e.g., some foundations), or other services used by the aquatics sector.
- Academia: Includes members supplying information or data used by the aquatics sector. Involvement in management or staffing of academic aquatic facilities should choose Management or Staff as their sector.
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