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Students enrolled in college, university, trade schools, or full-time professional training programs are eligible to receive a free membership to the California Preservation Foundation. This membership provides all the same benefits as our standard membership, including event discounts, regular updates from CPF, and invitations to exclusive members-only events throughout the state.
Free membership requires proof of student status, including but not limited to: a valid student ID, an unofficial transcript, or a valid school affiliated email address. Membership may be terminated if proof is not received within 30 days after initial sign up. This free membership is renewable twice, for a total of up to three years. To continue receiving the benefits of CPF membership, or explore additional membership options, you can join as a paid member at any time.
How can you support CPF as a Sponsor
- Event Sponsorship – Individuals and firms can sponsor one or more of our major events.
- Annual Partnership – Annual Partners provide major support for our programs throughout the year. Benefits are extended to all major events and all education programs, including complimentary attendance at the Annual Conference and Preservation Design Awards, year-round marketing exposure at all events and educational programs, and complimentary access to our educational programs.
All sponsors enjoy significant visibility, access to programs, and discounts to sponsored events. You can sponsor a single event or support CPF throughout the year as an Annual Partner. Click here to learn more.