JFTR was introduced in 2009, and provides a new option for exploring family and relationship theory. All members who subscribe to another journal receive complimentary electronic access to JFTR through 2013. Editor: Robert Milardo
Stimulating and enlightening — that describes the NCFR annual conference. Grow professionally, establish new contacts, and build lasting relationships.You’ll find major presentations by leading professionals, break-out sessions of all kinds, and informal networking. Submit a proposal; you may get an opportunity to present your research.
Our CFLE credential: the standard for family life educators
Learn about grants, other conferences, calls for papers and more
NCFR is composed of ten Sections, each with a particular area of emphasis. These member groups provide communication through listservs and web page announcements on topics of specific interest to you. Many presentations at the Annual Conference are determined by section submission, review, and sponsorship. Leadership positions and volunteer opportunities include becoming an officer, a proposal reviewer, or focus group leader.
State/regional and student affiliate councils give NCFR a local flavor. Stay in touch with members in your area through conferences, events, and communications. Plus, 20 student affiliates offer a great option to build your resume and connect your academic experience to real-world opportunities.
NCFR Report, the member magazine, is published quarterly and features a “Family Focus” section with contributed articles on key topics. Network is the CFLE newsletter that includes book reviews, best practices, and news from CFLEs around the world. The “Zippy News” e-newsletter provides weekly updates and announcements on family matters.
The NCFR website and resource library
The NCFR website helps members stay connected with each other and the profession. Think of it as your own upscale information mall for family research, education, and best practices, as well as announcements about membership, local affiliate chapters, the NCFR Annual Conference and other events. The website provides ready access to listservs you can join, and access to other members through the online directory.
The Professional Resource Library allows you to find and share documents on topics important to family researchers, educators, and students — everything from curricula, book reviews, and articles to conference presentations, video, and best practices.
Membership options that fit your career
Special rates for students and emeritus members
Professional levels with choice of journals
A new professionals option was added in 2010 for those who graduated five or fewer years ago