Students and Early Career Professionals

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In 2019, AIHA will focus on students studying in the field of IH/OEHS and young professionals already in the field, to help you develop and implement your strategy for success through professional advancement, expertise knowledge, and leadership and volunteer opportunities.

The membership rate, compared to the Value of Membership , is just a small investment to make towards your success and committment to  protecting worker health, now and well into the future.

  • Be a part of a global community that will sustain long after college.

  • Make connections with IH/OEHS experts world-wide with the Catalyst, the NEW members-only online community.

  • Deepen your knowledge and advance your education.

  • Serve in key leadership and volunteer opportunities.

  • Make a difference by taking an active role through advocacy and government relations.  

The Keys to Effective Presentation of Your Business Case

Many organizations will cover the cost of membership when they understand that by doing so, the overall organization will benefit. Safer workplaces means increased productivity, less lost time, and a healthier bottom-line.

AIHA Code of Conduct Acknowledgement

This document outlines the Code of Conduct for all members and volunteers of the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) and summarizes the behavior expected of members and volunteers representing AIHA in any forum, mailing list, public meetings or private correspondence.

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Networking & Connections

Career & Employment Services   

Award Winning IH Professional Pathways™

Leadership and Volunteer Opportunities

Student Teleweb Loan Program

Archived CDs are available to AIHA student members or AIHA academic members for use in the classroom. Students and professors are invited to borrow archived telewebs for up to two weeks.

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AIHA Students and Early Career Professionals

This video highlights AIHA’s student and young member-focused programs, including the Students and Early Career Professionals Committee, Future Leaders Institute, and resources provided by AIHA Local Sections. The video features interviews with AIHA members Carter Ficklen III, CIH, CSP; Perry Logan, PhD, CIH; and David C. Roskelley, MSPH, CIH, CSP, who discuss their involvement and experiences as young professionals in these programs. To learn more about AIHA’s resources for students and young professionals, e-mail Thursa La. ​

AIHA IH Video from AIHA on Vimeo.

Industrial Hygiene: An Exciting Career Protecting People in the Workplace and the Community (video)

The video was developed through the generous support of the AIHA Board of Directors and with the input of a number of students and industrial hygiene professionals from industry, academia and government. It is a tool used to introduce students to the many possibilities of a career in industrial hygiene. The video, which is primarily aimed at college students with an interest in science, high school students and career and guidance counselors, emphasizes the diversity and interest of the field, its focus on helping people, and the ways industrial hygienists make a difference in the world. ​