Member benefits include advocacy and representation, communication, eduction, and networking!
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MCTA retains a legislative and regulatory team in Boston which identifies issues that impact members and insures that our industry has a voice when decisions are being made. MCTA is the face of the industry on Beacon Hill, and we work with members to:
MCTA keeps members informed of what is going on in the industry locally, statewide, and nationally through:
MCTA promotes opportunities to educate members on chemical regulations, and provides:
MCTA works to develop collaborations with other organizations to promote the sharing of ideas and to expand opportunities for members to engage with others in the profession. MCTA also:
Dues to MCTA are assessed by several factors including membership category and number of employees.
For a full description of our membership categories, please CLICK HERE.
For more information about MCTA Membership, please contact Executive Director Katherine Robertson at 508-572-9113 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Upton, MA 01568
MCTA Mission Statement
The Massachusetts Chemistry & Technology Alliance, Inc., (MCTA) keeps members informed of developments on the state and national level that impact the industry; advocates for science-based, cost-effective policies, regulations, and legislation in the Commonwealth; and educates the public on chemistry and science-related issues.
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