Levels of Individual Memberships

All CNTA Members are kept current on CSRA news related to nuclear. From public meetings to press about the site- members receive periodic emails to keep them informed. We also provide arguments for “Why nuclear”, why SRS is needed for the CSRA etc.to our members.

Champion Level- $500

Champions receive all benefits listed below, plus name listing on our website.

Advocate Level- $250

Formerly known as Member+, this level of membership includes all benefits listed below, plus recognition in our sponsor slideshow at events, and in our CNTAware publications.

Benefactor Level- $125

Benefactors receive all benefits below, plus one ticket to the Teller Lecture & invitation to private reception.

Patron Level- $70

Patrons receive all benefits below, plus half-off one ticket to Teller Lecture.

Supporter Level- $35

Supporters receive invitations to all events, CNTAware newsletters, and one free entry to the Members’ Mixer.

Young Professional (under 40) / K-12 Educators/ Student Membership is Free!

Simply email the completed individual membership form back to our office (cnta@bellsouth.net). No need to PAY! Receive same benefits as the Supporter Level.

Membership Process

CNTA qualifies under IRS Code Section 501(c)(3), which means that your dues, as well as any other contribution you make to CNTA, can be tax-deductible. 

To join us in being the Voice of Truth on Nuclear Matters, complete and submit our 2024 CNTA Membership Form. You can mail it to our office and include a check/cash or email it and pay online below. (A 3% card fee will be added at checkout.) 

If you would like to volunteer for one of our committees, please use a checkbox on the application form. Information on all of our committees are available here.

We communicate by email, so your correct email is important! Don’t forget to include us if you change your contact information during the year.

If you’d like to donate to one of our additional funds, that can be added to your cart on our About Us Page.

If you wish to become a Corporate Sponsor or a Business Member, please contact us or visit our Business Membership Page

Member Levels
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**Please note there is a 3% fee added for the use of cards.

"Why I Am CNTA"

I have spent 30 years working in the nuclear industry.  I value CNTA’s expertise and willingness to educate the public regarding the level of controls to ensure our industry remains one of the safest, if not the safest, industrial work environment."

  • Sonya Patton

   CNTA has progressed and improved my network, keeps me aware and up to date on information related to the Nuclear industry and DOE, provides opportunities for me to serve the community, and I support all that CNTA stands for and supports.  Their years of service to people of the nuclear industry, and the information and services provided to students and the community at large should truly be commended and supported.  The level of professionalism and service that I have experienced with CNTA is first class on every level, and I am thankful to be a part of a great service organization like CNTA. That’s “WHY” I choose to support CNTA, and I encourage anyone who values education and community services to support it too.”

  • Byron N. Bush. Director, Business Development EGS

Although we are no longer residents of the CSRA, I have continued my membership in the CNTA. I was fortunate enough to have been one of the Key Executives with SRNS who arrived in Aiken in 2008. I knew several of the folks involved with CNTA and was immediately impressed with the impact CNTA had not only locally but on a broader scale. I am particularly pleased to see CNTA engaging our younger folks. It is never too early to provide folks facts to allow them to make informed decisions. Keep up the good work.”

  • Tony Umek, Consultant, Longenecker & Associates

Unfortunately, many well-meaning people do not understand nuclear matters.  CNTA provides objective, accurate information.  CNTA works with teachers to give them the tools they need to prepare students for the future.  I feel privileged to have worked with those fine teachers in Aiken County and beyond.”

  • Ken Stephens, PhD, Retired from SRS