Greater Philadelphia Chapter
WHY JOIN ATD-PHL ?
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If you answered YES to any of these questions, then ATD-PHL is right for you!
With today’s rapid pace of change, globalization, and technological innovation, organizations need training and development professionals more than ever. With more than 400 members, ATD Greater Philadelphia can help you succeed in this vital field. When you join ATD-PHL (Association for Talent Development Greater Philadelphia Chapter), you enter into a community of influential consultants, trainers, facilitators, instructional designers, and consultants on the cutting edge of the profession. Your membership provides you with an opportunity to connect with people you need to know in an enlightening, entertaining and educational environment.
ATD-PHL Benefits of Membership
What is a POWER Membership?
POWER Memberships are available to local chapter members who want the additional benefits of ATD national membership. With a POWER Membership, you can combine your local and national ATD memberships and SAVE BIG! Don’t forget:
YOU CAN NOW SIGN UP FOR A POWER MEMBERSHIP THROUGH THE ATD NATIONAL SITE!
Check out the options POWER Memberships offer below, including the NEW Professional Plus option! A Professional Plus POWER Membership offers all of the same benefits as a POWER Professional member in addition to (1) full researched report, (3) additional digital issues of TD at Work (formerly Infoline), (1) additional e-book per year, and unlimited access to Community of Practice premium content. Need to know the difference between POWER Professional and POWER Professional Plus Membership? Please click here. For multiple year POWER memberships, please visit www.td.org.
Please allow up to 1 week to process your national membership.
READY TO SIGN UP FOR A POWER PROFESSIONAL OR POWER PROFESSIONAL PLUS MEMBERSHIP?
Please review the options below to see how to become a POWER member:
If you need additional assistance with changing your membership level, please email email@example.com.
To learn more about the differences in each POWER Member level click here.
As a student, it’s important for you to connect with and learn from professionals in the training and development field. This will give your career the jump start you need to stand out from a crowded field. ATD-PHL student membership is designed for those members enrolled in an L&D related degree program at a reputable institution. ATD-PHL chapter membership provides local networking and professional opportunities including:
For students currently enrolled in either undergraduate or graduate studies, we offer a discount of $49.95 for a full year membership. Join us to take advantage of this offer.
Student POWER Membership
Student POWER Memberships are available to local student chapter members who want the additional benefits of ATD national student membership. ATD national student members receive full membership benefits at a fraction of the regular membership rate! The ATD student member rate is for students 1) who are enrolled in a minimum of 12 credit hours per year (or the equivalent of at least half-time) at an accredited university or college OR 2) who are active ATD chapter student members.
Click here to join ATD-PHL today! Select Student Member Level.
Click here to become a Student POWER Member today!
A group membership with ATD Philadelphia is available when five (5) or more members are paid by a single organization through a single credit card or invoice payment. So gather your employees and join today by contacting VP of Membership Heather Kay.
ATD-PHL Benefits of Corporate Group Membership:
As a professional in between jobs, you’re looking for opportunities to network with others and become more marketable. Our Transition Membership is perfect for you. Join any time during the year and pay only $49.95 for a one year membership!
Guidelines for Transition Memberships:
Note that verification of unemployment status may be required. Due to the non-profit status of our organization, we cannot extend this offer to independent contractors, consultants, or those who are self-employed.
If you meet these requirements, we'd love to have you join us at the "Transition" rate.
ATD-PHL is all about supporting achievement and growth.
I enjoyed the December Employee Learning Week Event and the chance to catch up with you and our colleagues.
Participation in the chapter was a crucial part of my network, in a year where I landed two clients in my target industries, and brought a world renowned adventure film festival to the Delaware Valley. The support and resources of the chapter were valuable in so many ways.
Renew Your Membership
Please note you must be logged in to your profile to be recognized by the system as a renewing member. If you have forgotten your password, there is an option to reset. If you have forgotten your username, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your are having difficulty renewing, please email email@example.com, and we will help you to renew your membership.
ATD is an established organization who's knowledge sharing across a broad membership base is helpful for everyone. From a newly minted college graduate to CXO participants, ATDPHL provides networking and knowledge sharing that will help everyone grow professionally and personally in our career in the Talent Development domains. Meet new friends, find that new job, attend one of our seminars, and more.
The first annual ATD Philadelphia regional conference in 2012 came at exactly the right time for me. I was beginning to transition from a career as a face-to-face adult learning director at a local college into workplace education. A bigger shift than I anticipated. I found out about the conference two days before it was to be held, and signed up. That day I met wonderful people from varied corners of the field, and attended captivating sessions. I left convinced that I was moving in the right direction. I kept coming back for more. I immediately was inspired to become active on the conference program committee. My participation affords me the opportunity to interact with thought leaders in the Training & Development field; this is a much richer experience than just being in the audience.
It’s not easy to change careers in midlife. My friends through ATD-PHL have been trusted resources pointing me to new and interesting positions, and have helped me get noticed. In fact, I landed in my current position because an ATD presenter/mentor knew someone who I wanted to know.
I almost always feel the SIG gatherings and chapter events are worthwhile. Sometimes I attend simply because I enjoy the networking, camaraderie, and friendship!
I highly recommend membership. No regrets! Please join me.
Liz Zinbarg Nover