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Top 10 Reasons to Join the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Today!

1. Consider the Investment Potential
a. $234 Academy membership gives you more than $3,000 in benefits
b. Receive automatic NCAND registration and access to member benefits on the state level when you join The Academy

2. Let Your Voice be Heard
a. The Academy is the only group representing you at the local, state, and national levels
b. Receive Action Alerts with policy updates in your field and travel to the capitol to speak directly with policy makers about supporting your profession

3. Connect with Your Colleagues
a. Get to know and learn from the other professionals in your field through Dietetic Practice Groups (DPGs) and Member Interest Groups (MIGs)
b. Join national, state, and district social media networks

4. Take Your Career to the Next Level
a. Use the Academy Marketing Center to build your brand
b. Let potential clients locate you through the ‘Find an Expert’ resource

5. Apply for Awards and Recognitions Exclusive to AND/NCAND Members
a. Receive recognition for all the outstanding work you do
b. Apply for member-exclusive scholarships and grants

6. Learn Something New
a. Free online webinars and quizzes to earn CPEs
b. Enroll in 13+ online certificate of training programs

7. Advance Yourself and Your Profession
a. Access all EatrightPRO.org content
b. Receive the Eat Right Weekly e-newsletter full of career resources

8. Stay Up-to-Date on all the Latest Information
a. Receive written publications including the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (JAND) and the Food and Nutrition Magazine
b. Gain 24/7 access to the best evidence-based nutrition information through the Evidence Analysis Library (EAL)

9. Obtain Discounts on Products and Services
a. Save on the Nutrition Care Manual and electronic Nutrition Care Process Terminology website
b. Purchase discounted books, ebooks, pocket guides, study guides, handouts, and workbooks. Not to mention personal and professional insurance!

10. Become a Leader
a. Attend the annual Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo (FNCE)
b. Volunteer for leadership positions at the local, state, or national levels to guide the future of your profession 


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