If you are an Interior Designer and have passed the NCIDQ exam, you qualify as a Professional Member.
If you are an Interior Designer with a minimum of 2 years formal Interior Design education, and are not NCIDQ-certified, you qualify as an Associate Member.
If you are a full-time educator or a department chair, we invite you to join us as a Professional or an Associate Member at reduced membership rates.
If you an active Interior Designer located outside of an area covered by an IIDA chapter, you can apply as an International At-Large Member.
If you are already an active Member with one of the Associations listed below, and are located outside the US, you can qualify as an International Dual Member.
If you are a member in good standing, you can use the IIDA acronym after your name. Using your IIDA designation shows your clients, employers and peers that you are deeply committed to your profession. It demonstrates to a prospective employer that you have the qualifications that give you an edge.
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