ATD national membership connects you to a global network of like-minded peers and provides you with a wealth of resources to help you identify solutions to the talent development challenges youâ€™re facing. Chapter membership provides you with local resources and a community that understands your work from a regionally specific perspective. When you are an ATD national and chapter member, you become a Power Member.
ATD national membership offers talent development professionals like you a unique opportunity to tap into a community of local, national, and international members. They learn about trends in the field (locally and globally); access ATD nationalâ€™s practical, ready-to-use tools, templates, and checklists; and stay on top of cutting-edge research. As a Power Member, you will have access to the most essential resources that you can put into practice locally through chapter membership, which will allow you to have a considerable impact on your organization, your community, and your professional development. Not only will you receive ATDâ€™s national benefits outlined below, but youâ€™ll enjoy all the benefits of your local ATD chapter and build on your knowledge as you grow your network.
Our chapter offers its membership on the ATD Store. To join ATD national and become a Power Member, visit td.org/membership to purchase your chapter and ATD membership with one payment, receive a $30 discount on your national membership, align your membership end-dates, and send a portion of your dues back to the local chapter to support our programming and activities.
Here's what some of your fellow members are saying:
"I find being a member of both Maine ATD and National ATD very beneficial. Our local chapter affords me local resources and networking opportunities while the national membership opens up a wealth of resources. I am able to take advantage of webinars, industry reports and studies and I receive the TD magazine every month. I think it is important to know what trends are happening both at the local and national level. I strongly recommend both memberships." - Katie Vaillancourt
"I joined the local Maine Chapter of ATD after searching for professional resources for trainers in my region. After going to a few sessions and finding great resources locally, I learned about the greater National ATD community and signed up for a national membership as well. Since joining both the local and the national organization, I have used network contacts to provide training for my company, taken a certification course, and attended many local and regional events. I enjoy the personal contacts I make at my local chapter meetings, as well as the wealth of online resources (webinars, eBooks, and so on) that are available through ATD national." - Joanne Bacharach
“Being a member of both the National ATD and the local Maine chapter offers the best of both worlds. On the national level, I listen to a lot of the webinars and receive regular email updates on subjects I am specifically interested in. Locally, I enjoy attending the monthly meetings. I always walk away with greater knowledge or awareness.” - Rebecca Doman