Membership

The purpose of the Membership committee is to ensure that InSOPHE continually maintains a membership dedicated to the advancement of health for all people and the advancement of the health education/promotion profession and students.  Professional and students participate in a state wide professional development and provide networking opportunities.   

Benefits of Joining:

  • Reduced fees for semi-annual workshops.
  • Access to monthly and quarterly newsletters.
  • E-mailed career opportunities and resources
  • Networking opportunities.
  • Reduced InSOPHE dues if you are a national member of SOPHE.
  • Several opportunities for free or reduced CHES/MCHES hours at workshops.
  • Access to InSOPHE Membership directory.
  • Access to free Public Health Webinars.
  • Reduced fee to the Annual InSOPHE Fall Conference

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The Membership Director or committee (when applicable) is responsible for the following important tasks:

  • Retaining current members and recruiting new members.
  • Maintaining a member database that is accurate and current.
  • Producing an annual membership directory.
  • Ensuring that the membership brochure is up-to-date.
  • Developing an annual action plan.
  • Tracking National SOPHE members from Indiana to maintain chapter status.
  • Keeping InSOPHE membership informed of membership updates by submitting items for publication in the InSOPHE newsletter.
  • Submitting recommendations or motions for action to the Board of Directors.
  • Submitting an annual written report to the President.
Contact InSOPHE's Membership Director for additional information about becoming a member and/or serving on the committee. Please include your complete business contact information in your message. E-mail: membership@insophe.org
If paper application is preferred, please download the Professional Membership Application or download the  Student Membership Application and mail your application and payment to InSOPHE.


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