If an institution wishes to provide membership to several employees, there are four levels of institutional memberships available. For each, the primary institutional representative receives a paper copy of the journals, and all secondary members receive electronic copies as well as full membership benefits. Institutional members are also featured at different levels of recognition on our website and conference materials.
Select one of the options below to begin the process. You will be asked to fill out a form identifying your primary and secondary members, some promotional information about your institution. You will be sent an invoice with the option of paying by check or by card. Once payment is received, individual memberships will be created or renewed for each person identified in the form. Please contact admin@CDSociety.org with any questions or concerns.
Level 1 – $775
Level 1 institutional membership includes up to four secondary members. Profiled on CDS website as institutional members.
Level 3 – $2,225
Level 3 institutional membership includes up to fourteen secondary members. Profiled on CDS website as institutional members, included in conference program, and identified as conference sponsor at institutional level.
Level 2 – $1,500
Level 2 institutional membership includes up to nine secondary members. Profiled on CDS website as institutional members and included in conference program.
Level 4 – $2,950
Level 4 institutional membership includes up to nineteen secondary members. Profiled on CDS website as institutional members, included in conference program, and identified as conference sponsor at institutional level.
Current Institutional Members
Extension engages Minnesotans to strengthen the social, civic, economic and technological capacity of their communities. We help create vibrant communities and enhance skills and knowledge in economics, leadership and civic engagement and tourism.
Prairie View A&M University (PVAMU) is the only Historically Black College & University (HBCU) and institution in Texas with an academic community development graduate program. The Master of Community Development program is designed to meet the needs of individuals with diverse academic backgrounds who care about the problems and potential of socially, physically and economically distressed communities.
The Purdue Center for Regional Development’s vision is to be a leader in innovative and adaptive partnerships empowering regions to find solutions for equitable, sustainable, and resilient development. The Center collaborates with people to listen, identify, and enhance assets unique to their story resulting in prosperity and quality of life.
The University of Kentucky Department of Community Leadership and Development (CLD) is a model for excellence in applying multidisciplinary and participatory approaches to leadership, community processes, and individual development for their respective communities. CLD offers a Leadership Certificate, Minor, Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Community and Leadership Development and Agricultural Education in the College of Agriculture, Food and Environment.