Texas Academy Member Benefits
- Automatic membership in a region
- Access to complimentary CPEs via in-person and webinar presentations
- Discount registration for the Texas Academy Annual Conference & Exhibition
- Networking opportunities
- Volunteer opportunities with the state leadership team
- Mentor and mentee opportunities
- Continued updates on Texas legislative activities
National Academy Member Benefits
The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is the world’s largest organization of food and dietetics practitioners — more than 100,000 credentialed practitioners, with more joining every day — and as the Academy grows, so does the number and variety of benefits we offer to our members. The combination of a diverse and growing membership and the dynamic field of nutrition and dietetics requires a broad and ever-changing array of benefits to meet the needs of members whose interests, skills, backgrounds, and experience span the entire profession. And the Academy provides just that, with a multitude of products and services designed to help our members develop their skills, advance their careers, and achieve their professional goals.
Check out all the benefits to see all that Academy membership can offer you!
Career Resources: Academy membership provides you access to a variety of career resources that help you take your career to the next level at any career stage – from student to seasoned professional.
Educational Opportunities: Lifelong learning is a fundamental principle of Academy membership and a necessity for dietetics practitioners looking to stay at the top of the profession. Select from a variety of free-to-members and member-preferred priced resources to best fit your professional development needs.
Policy Initiatives and Advocacy: The Academy’s policy initiatives and advocacy resources keep members informed and helps them get involved in seeking better nutrition policies and promoting Academy members as the leading source of food and nutrition information.
Publications and Subscriptions: Academy membership includes subscriptions to peer-reviewed and award-winning publications. In addition, members receive preferred pricing on scientific and practical information resources in print, electronic, and web-based formats.
Science and Quality: As the leading source of food and nutrition information, the public relies on the Academy and its members to translate scientific research into understandable and usable information. The Academy also monitors the quality of nutrition services and provides guidelines for safe, effective, patient-focused care.
Networking and Promotion: Sharing ideas and building relationships with colleagues is a mutually beneficial process that helps expand your knowledge and advance your career. In addition to connecting members with each other, the Academy also helps members make connections outside the organization through its efforts to promote dietetics to the public and other health care professionals.
Discounts on Products and Services Take advantage of even more benefits, such as discounts on professional resources and insurance.
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To become a member of the Texas Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, you must first join the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
You MUST request your state affiliation when you join the Academy or if you change locations to another state (i.e., you moved to Texas, when you change your address with the Academy you MUST also change your state affiliation). If Texas is the state you requested, then you will become a member of Texas Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and will have access to all member information, as well as the Members Only section of this website. The Academy will send us confirmation of your membership. You must contact the Academy with any change of address, name or contact information.
I am thrilled with the change from districts to regions within the Texas Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. For years, many of our districts that are rural and sparsely populated within a large geographical area have been challenged to maintain a viable and active membership. Many Texas Academy members did not join districts and many who did were not able to travel an hour or two for a meeting. By regionalizing we are able to break down the virtual “walls” between districts as well as take advantage of technology to better meet both the networking and continuing education needs of members. Already, we are seeing a crossover between areas with webinars organized for one region being publicized and available to members anywhere in the state. In fact, because I feel so strongly about this change, I have taken on the co-liaison position for the Central Dallas area. As a past president of both the Dallas and Texas Academies, I know that change and utilizing new systems and practices are important in sustaining an organization that is practical and meaningful to members and the dietetics profession.”