Participating as a paying member of the AIC provides a number
Subscription to The Chemist
Discounted fee to participate in the National Certification Commission in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
Discounted registration fees at the National Conference
25% discount on advertising in The Chemist and on the web site
Membership in local institutes
Opportunity to participate in governance of a national scientific organization
Become a part of a professional organization
Participate in the AIC book review program and possibility to have reviews published in The Chemist
Submit manuscripts for a national peer-reviewed publication
Serve as a peer-reviewer
Summary of Membership Categories
Non-voting members including student members and those not qualified
for Associate Membership
Minimum of a baccalaureate degree (or equivalent qualifications
from outside the USA with a minimum of a three year academic degree)
from an academic institution.
Members shall have a minimum of
a baccalaureate degree (or equivalent qualifications from outside
the USA with a minimum of a three year academic degree) from an
academic institution and four years of professional experience.
Minimum of a baccalaureate
degree in a chemical science and at least 10 years of progressive
experience in the chemical sciences after having acquired the
These are Fellows that are voted
on by the AIC BOD.
Once approved, a special certificate is designed and presented
at the AIC National Meeting.