Based on my answers to previous questions, I believe that I am eligible for the following type of membership:
-REGULAR MEMBER-Those eligible for regular membership are public elementary or secondary personnel (local education agency) OR private (non-state supported) elementary or secondary personnel whose area of responsibility is supervision of world language programs including the implementation of state and district policies for languages other than English of any state of the United States of America, the District of Columbia, and the possessions of the United States of America. Additionally, elementary or secondary directors/administrators within a local education agency or private education agency who were formerly responsible for world language education and who are currently responsible for the oversight of personnel and programs related to world language education are eligible for regular membership.
ASSOCIATE MEMBER-Those eligible for associate membership include the following: a) individuals from post-secondary institutions, public or private, with responsibility for world language education or world language teacher education or training; b) representatives of national or state professional organizations that are advocates for world language education from the United States and other countries; c) representatives of national, state, or local world language publications, world language related commercial vendors; d) individuals who are full-time professional world language consultants.
RETIRED MEMBER-Those eligible for retired membership are persons who have held regular membership in NADSFL and who have retired from positions in elementary or secondary public or private institutions.
PATRON MEMBERSHIP-Individuals who are employed on a regular basis by commercial vendors such as textbook publishers, educational materials developers, or assessment companies. These are a member benefit for some levels of sponsorship. For more information on becoming a NADSFL sponsor, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org