Join ANS as an Organization Member

As an Organization Member, your dues directly contribute to advancing the future of nuclear science and technology through representation in Washington, D.C., public outreach initiatives, K-12 education initiatives, workforce development, the development of standards, and the exchange of research and knowledge through publications and ANS meetings, and much more. Add your organization's name to our continually expanding roster of nuclear industry leaders who value, support, and enhance their field.

For rates and more information see the online or print/mail application/renewal form. All memberships are on an anniversary cycle.

Get Recognized

Organization Members are recognized on the online Organization Member roster, with a complimentary link back to your website, and in the Nuclear News Buyers Guide. Organization Members exhibiting at the Winter Meeting also receive a special sign to display at their booth.

Find Value in Your Benefits

  • Significant discounts for individual members through exclusive group rates offered exclusively to Organization Members. Contact Dan Goldberg at 773-203-3280 or email to learn more or to customize a package just for your organization.
  • Company listing on the online OM member roster
  • Booth exhibit discounts at the ANS Utility Working Conference and Winter Meeting and Exhibition

Significant Discounts and Booth Perks

  • Annual/Winter Meeting member registration rates for up to five individuals ($200 in savings per registration), based on dues rate
  • Special member rates on booths at the Winter Meeting & Expo and at the Utility Working Conference (significant savings over non-member pricing)
  • A point credit toward booth selection at the Utility Working Conference
  • 10% discount on ANS online store purchases made by OM main contact, including publications and more
  • 20% discount on Career Finder postings

Free Subscriptions, Publications, and Access*

American Nuclear Society member dues are not used for contributions to political parties or candidates or for independent expenditures on behalf of parties or candidates. Less than 1/10 of 1.0% (or 0.1%) of dues money goes to lobbying efforts. In the case of someone at the $195 dues level, this would be approximately 19 cents.

Last modified September 15, 2023, 2:32pm CDT