Networking Opportunities

Networking Opportunities

At the Academy, connecting you to a welcoming and dynamic community of peers is one of our principal goals and core member benefits. Some of the best ways for you to get connected include:

Audiology Community. We are pleased to announce the launch of our first general audiology community, a new collaboration platform that includes a document posting area, listserv capabilities, discussion forums, and social media integration. Visit the community, login, and start collaborating with your colleagues!

AAA, the Academy's annual conference. The premiere event for the audiology profession. From all over the world, researchers, practitioners, and students alike will gather for the American Academy of Audiology's annual conference. The AAA annual conference was recently awarded one of the fastest 50 growing association tradeshows, according to Tradeshow Week. Approximately 7,000 audiologists congregate at this event to learn about new findings and progression in the field of audiology. Learn more about this event.

  • Texting Alerts from the Academy—Opt in Today! We hope we can help with sending select text message about Academy news and events. As a member benefit, you can now receive text notifications about the AAA 2020 + HearTECH Expo to your electronic device. Opt in to receive text alerts. Text “AAA20” to 797979. Msg&data rates may apply. To unsubscribe from this list reply 'STOP' to 797979.

Social Media. Visit the Academy social media site on Facebook and LinkedIn, and tweet with us on Twitter, search for AcademyofAuD.

  • The Academy asks our followers to not post any negative, offensive, denigrating, and/or completely out of context content, pictures, or videos. All posts by followers can be removed based upon the discretion of Academy.
  • When tagging any Academy-related social media platform, avoid using statements, photos, video, or audio that could be viewed as malicious, obscene, threatening, intimidating, or that might constitute harassment or bullying. Examples of this type of conduct include offensive posts meant to intentionally harm someone’s reputation, contribute to the degradation based on race, color, religion, sex/gender (including pregnancy), gender identity and expression, national origin, disability, marital status, age, sexual orientation, citizenship status, Veteran status, or any other classification protected by applicable law, rules, or regulations.

Online Directories. Search our Membership Directory to find fellow members. Allow potential patients to find you through our Find an Audiologist directory. Contact the Membership Department to learn more and be included in these directories.

Volunteer Opportunities. Volunteers are the backbone of the Academy. Volunteer to serve on a committee and contribute ideas, propose solutions, and assist with the strategies that move the audiology profession forward. Getting involved is also a great way to meet new people and get connected. Learn more...