Join AMTA

Thank you for your interest in joining AMTA. AMTA is a membership based organization. Membership benefits include access to

  • the most current Modeling curriculum resources
  • the curriculum developers forum–a place to contribute your new ideas
  • email lists, newsletters, social and professional networking, web forums, and other  resources to provide sustained support  for modeling teachers
  • leadership training
  • workshop opportunities
  • current job openings and other professional opportunities
  • requests for grant proposals and grant proposal templates
  • Research

We offer several levels of yearly membership, as well as Life membership. All membership levels have the same benefits, it’s just how much you support us that differs based on where you are in your teaching career. Any membership dues are tax-deductible as a charitable benefit (we are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization under IRS code). Choose a membership category from the list below and click the “Pay Now” button below.

Choose a membership category

Regular Membership ($60) (for Modelers who have attended a Modeling Workshop)

Associate Membership ($60) (for friends and fans of Modeling who have not yet taken a workshop)

Student Membership ($25) (for Modelers who are still in school. Note: you will be asked to furnish verification of your student status before we activate your membership at this level)

 

Life Membership ($250) (for modelers who want to pay once instead of renewing annually)

Emeritus membership ($30) (for retired Modelers who want to remain involved in the modeling Teacher community)

Memberships (other than life membership) come up for renewal annually, and expire one year after the day you join.

Donate now

If you aren’t ready to join but would like to support the work of AMTA, you can make a tax deductible donation of any amount below:

29 Responses to Join AMTA

  1. I just joined and have not been prompted to enter user name or password

    • Colleen says:

      Hello Christopher,
      Sorry for the delay. The last step of the join/renew process is manual–a real live person must enter you into the database and send you your password…sometimes this takes a few hours as we are an all-volunteer organization at this point and we are not on duty 24/7. However during waking hours it never takes more than 2 or 3 hours tops before we send out a username and password.

  2. Taylor Webb says:

    I just registered but cannot get access to the member resource content. Is there anything else I should be doing? Thanks.

    • Colleen says:

      I t takes a little while (a few hours sometimes) to approve memberships–one of us has to be sitting at our computer. You should be all set now.

  3. Randy Steffer says:

    I just signed up for a membership and I have read the replies above but how do you know my e-mail or any other information to give me my login and password? I pretty much went to join, pay now, and paid. I was not asked for any other information.

    Thanks,

    Randy Steffer

  4. Joseph Price says:

    Hi, Colleen.

    I think I messed up my renewal with a different username. Both used pricejjw@earthlink.net, but I am not sure which username to use.

    Thanks,
    Joe

  5. Donna Blakeney says:

    I paid the $60 registration fee to join AMTA through my husband’s PayPal. I was never asked to submit my name or email address. Please let me know when I can start using this site.

    Thank you!
    Donna Blakeney

  6. Lloyd says:

    If I pay the $60.00 fee for the Associate Membership (for friends and fans of Modeling who have not yet taken a workshop) will I have access to Physic material and content? I am not yet a Physics professor however, I am interested in gaining access to the content for my personal use.

    • Lloyd says:

      What do all the different memberships get you access to? (ie the student, associate, summer workshop)

      • Colleen says:

        All levels of membership give you full access to all the member resources. We give price breaks to student-teachers, to teachers who have retired but choose to remain involved in the community and its activities, and to those who want to pay one time (life membership) to have permanent access to Modeling resources.

  7. Lloyd Beal says:

    I just registered but cannot get access to the member resource content. Is there anything else I should be doing? Thanks.

  8. Bob Sutherland says:

    I am trying to join, but paypal gives me no information on how to pay. I get into my paypal account and get no payment to or amount information.

    • Colleen says:

      Wouldn’t you know, just in time for our big December membership push our Paypal button for regular membership decided to lose its mind. It’s fixed now–thanks for your patience.

  9. Marion says:

    I am having the same problem. Is there a fix?

  10. Gregory Kranich says:

    It seems as though the Associate button is experiencing technical difficulties now.

  11. Colleen says:

    Not sure what’s up with Paypal–I have made a new button for the Associate Membership level and it works now, and I have tested each of the other buttons and all are working at present. Thanks for your patience.

  12. J. W. says:

    Hello,

    I am trying to register as a student, but the button does not seem to be working. I have tried to click the “Buy Now” under the student registration in Firefox, Chrome, and IE with no luck.

    Thank you, I hope to employ this curriculum during my student teaching!
    J.W.

  13. Victoria Hornik-Rosinski says:

    How do I obtain a password for the AMTAlistserve? or do I have to join somewhere?

  14. jklonowski says:

    I took a modeling workshop this summer and was told we had membership for one year with AMTA. How do I register as a member?

  15. Salena says:

    Will I need to wait until Monday to have access to the curriculum because it is a 3 day weekend?

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