CHEMICAL CONSULTANTS NETWORK
CCN Member Qualifications
CCN Members are typically individual chemists, biochemists or chemical engineers. Other chemistry-related applicants will be considered, subject to approval by the CCN Membership Committee. Although the CCN is supported by the ACS and AIChE, it is not necessary for CCN applicants to be members of either professional society.
Benefits of Membership
All Members receive email notices of and the benefit of participating in CCN meetings and events, and the ability to participate on the CCN blog.
Web Page Members have a web page on the CCN site and are listed in our Directory of Consultants. The web page provides information about a member's fields of expertise and services provided and is available to clients and to other CCN members for networking purposes. Web Page Members are encouraged to place as much information (consider including a resume/CV, for example) on their web page to fully describe the services they provide to clients. This has been shown to significantly improve the number of inquiries regarding your skills. Dues for Web Page Members are $30 per year.
Come to CCN meetings in Bala Cynwyd, PA (Philadelphia metropolitan area)
to develop your networking and consulting skills!
Members and non-members are welcome!
Annual Dues for Web Page Members are $30 per year.
The dues year runs from Jan 1 to December 31st. Web Page Members are required to pay annual dues in order to retain their web page and directory listing on the CCN site. New Web Page Members' dues paid during the year up and to November 1st of that year will be current for that year. New Web Page Member dues paid after November 1st will also cover the entire following year.
Online payment is the preferred & best way to ensure that your transaction is recorded promptly & accurately
Pay Online - options:
1. Use your existing Paypal account (easiest)
2. Use a credit card which has never been associated with Paypal
Pay by Check:
If you cannot pay online, send a check to
1410 Jan Drive
Wilmington, DE 19803