MEMBERSHIP, BENEFITS & SERVICES
IFMA empowers facility professionals to bring a heightened level of excellence to the management of their facilities, teams and workplace projects.
Access educational and informational resources that will help you meet goals, strengthen your skill set, and ensure high-performing facilities and teams.
Connect with peers who share your commitment to excellence and the continued advancement of FM.
Exchange ideas and best practices with fellow members.
Under the age of 35? Just starting out as an FM? Young Professional membership is a valuable knowledge-, network- and career-builder.
Increase your marketability as a knowledgeable professional through continuing education, industry information and leadership development.
Get active, get involved and make a difference in your career, the association and the profession.
Jump start your career! As a Student member, you can begin building your resume early.
Connect with experienced professionals, find out about internship programs and research projects, and get involved in local student chapters.
Add IFMA courses to your curriculum and attend IFMA events at reduced rates.
Company Representative or Solutions Provider
Associate membership is primarily for those who market, represent, distribute or provide facility-related products and services.
Connect with FM professionals, build brand awareness and contribute to the advancement of FM.
Benefit from education, credentialing and resources geared toward enhancing your knowledge of the profession.
Transitioning to an FM Career
Join as a Professional Member and tap into IFMA's extensive knowledge and resources to learn more about your new career.
The Facility Management Professional (FMP®) credential program will help you get up to speed on FM core competencies.
Chapter and/or council membership provides a wealth of opportunities for professional growth.
If you've retired from a full-time FM position, you can still stay on top of advancements in the industry and keep in touch with the IFMA community.
Share your FM expertise and insights; continue contributing to the ever-growing knowledge base of the profession.
Reach out to students and emerging leaders as a mentor; join committees and advisory boards.