Why Students Should Join
Why Join? Here are 10 reasons…
Network with professional men and women established in their careers, and learn the best way to start your own!
Enhance your resume! Become a leader in NRA through participation and involvement in the organization
Present at the state, regional and national conferences
Publish an article in the Journal of Rehabilitation
Be recognized through the NRA awards program
Find a mentor to help you as you establish your career
Gain employment insight and information from veterans in the field
Receive a scholarship through state and division chapters
Obtain first hand accounts of legislative updates relating to rehabilitation from the NRA’s Governmental Affairs Program
Receive the NRA newsletter and Journal of Rehabilitation, membership certificate, and access to “members only” information
Participate in community service activities that build good will toward the rehabilitation professions as a whole
Membership and support from one of the top Rehabilitation Associations in the country
Access to discounted health and professional liability insurance policies
Earn your Continuing Education Credits!
Attend education training conferences with affordable, multiple and varied opportunities
Be part of a teleconference with Senate staff
The National Rehabilitation Association offers a special discounted student rate of $48 dollars to members enrolled in a minimum of eight semester hours or equivalent. A graduate student must be enrolled in a minimum of six semester hours or equivalent. In order to receive the student rate, status must be verified by submitting a copy of your transcript or course schedule. Information maybe emailed to NRA at email@example.com.
As a student, you will receive our Rehabilitation Journal, containing scholarly articles, Contemporary Rehab, a newsletter from the NRA connecting members with state of the art practices and happenings in the field of rehab and Washington Wires alerting you of issues happening at the Capitol.
Be at the forefront of your studies by taking advantage of a membership with the NRA, that will help you as you begin your career as a rehabilitation professional.