What does it mean to be an ISNA member?
To become a member of the Indiana School Nutrition Association, one must first become a member of the School Nutrition Association (national level). During this registration process, members must specify which state they choose to be a member of.
Dues and membership information is processed at the national level, but Indiana SNA Association Services is here to help with any registration or membership issues as they arise.
SNA now offers two different types of member ownership: Individual and School District Owned. Individual means you own your membership and it is transferrable if you leave your current school district. School District Owned means the School District you work in owns the membership and if the person who is using the membership leaves the district, it can be transferred to a another employee. School districts can pay membership dues for its members whether that membership is individually owned OR district owned.
Detailed information on membership levels can be found at www.schoolnutrition.org/membership, or you can use the following summary of current dues:
To become a member or renew your membership, you do so online at SNA:
OR you can click here to print a membership application
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