Membership Matters: Unlock Your Design Potential

Why join?

An IIDA membership offers benefits for both creative and career growth. Through our events, networking opportunities, and close connection to industry news and developments, we offer our members the best chance to:

  • Grow creatively with our educational events and programs
  • Grow professionally through learning and networking opportunities
  • Have a voice in advocacy and legislation
  • Help define our profession for the future
  • Give back to our communities using design in real and meaningful ways through our philanthropic initiatives
  • Receive inspiration from many of the most talented professionals in the industry

Membership Benefits

  • Be a recognized contributor to the local design community
  • Get discounted tickets to select Chapter and City Center events 
  • Attend Member-Only events
  • Use of IIDA Appellations with your business signature 
  • Get Discounted submission rate for acclaimed Honor Awards
  • Receive free admission to select continuing education courses and forums
  • Access to an online IIDA Headquarter Membership directory 
  • Access to Virtual Mentorship Program (link)

Types of Membership

Interior Designer
you are an interior designer and have passed the NCIDQ exam 
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you are an Architect actively engaged in the interior design profession
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you are an interior designer with a minimum of two years of formal interior design education, and are not NCIDQ-certified
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Educator Memberyou are a full-time instructor, department chair, or adjunct professor in a post-secondary program of interior design at any university or accredited school of interior design
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Student Memberyou are a student enrolled in an interior design program
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Industry MemberYou work within the industry but are not a designer
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Have Questions?

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