Membership

Membership in the Minnesota Rehabilitation Association (MRA) is obtained when you register for membership in the National Rehabilitation Association (NRA).

Membership offers excellent opportunities to further develop your professional skills, knowledge and relationships. MRA provides comprehensive information about the issues, practices, and ethics affecting vocational rehabilitation in Minnesota.


Education & Training Credits

Additional training opportunities are offered by several divisions of MRA as separate one-day training sessions.

CRC/CEU Credits are available at all MRA conferences and most training events.

Specialized Divisions

MRA has a number of “Divisions” offering affiliation with your areas of professional interest.

Upon joining MRA, you may join a division each with a set of area of expertise and focus.

Professional Development

Statewide training conferences feature leading educators, planners, practioneers, policymakers, and presenters of all types of topics, concepts and issues pertinent to rehabilitation in Minnesota.

Professional Publications

MRA’s’ quarterly newsletter the “Spotlight” provides informative articles, training announcements, conference registration materials, and is an important “source” for rehabilitation resources and contact information. Members also receive “Contemporary Rehabilitation”, NRA’s bi-monthly newsletter covering national and regional activities, resources and job opportunities.

You also receive The Journal of Rehabilitation, NRA’s scholarly publication on cutting edge rehabilitation research.

Leadership Opportunity

MRA provides direct access and many opportunities for involvement in local, statewide, regional and national conferences, committees and professional leadership forums.

National Linkage

When you become a member of MRA, you also become a member of the national Association, National Rehabilitation Association or NRA. You will belong to an organized network of professional colleagues across the country.

You are represented locally and in Washington D.C. with an effective voice on rehabilitation-related issues, concerns and priorities.


Let’s build something together.


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