Member Company

RMEL Corporate Member

RMEL membership is by company.  Is your company a member?  Review the list of corporate members to find out.  If not, have your company join. See RMEL membership information in the membership packet.  

Download the membership application

  • Corporate membership required
  • Dues vary depending on size and type of company
  • All employees of the member company granted member status
  • Assign an RMEL Representative (as the primary contact) and RMEL Advocate (as the secondary contact)
  • Add as many of your company's employees to RMEL mailing lists as you like 

Employee Member

Employee of a Member Company

All employees of a member company are automatically granted member status and can take advantage of all member benefits.  Is your company a member?  Review the list of corporate members.  If so, create your account to register events, access the RMEL Library

 Create a new account

  • All individuals receive their own personal web account
  • If your company is a member, and you don't have an account, create one.
  • You individual account will be linked to your company
  • You will be able to access all member resources such as publications, presentations, video and discounted registration fees

Web User

Non-Member

If your company is not a member of RMEL then you do not have access to all the membership benefits.  If you choose not to join, you can still utilize the RMEL web site, with the exception of some member's only areas.  Sign up for a web only account to access online registration.

Sign up for a web only account

  • If your company is not yet a member
  • You can create a web account for:
    • Online event registration
    • Career center
    • and general web site use

Visit the Membership Toolkit for more information