Open the door to incredibly rewarding experiences —both for you, your career, and your organization. Take a look at the different options, and choose the best fit for you and your colleagues. We look forward to working with you!
Our dedicated volunteers are crucial in advancing our mission. Share your unique skills by serving on a committee or on the board. NAFTZ committee activities provides significant benefits to volunteers, to their employers, and to the FTZ industry. Committee members network with their peers, receiving timely information on emerging issues. They also establish professional relationships with individuals from other geographic regions, broadening their knowledge and perspectives. We depend on our network of volunteers all around the country to contribute their time, energy, and expertise to our events, advocacy, and educational efforts.
We rely on our member’s expertise to select the best speakers, moderator and topics. To get more involved with our programs and share recommendations, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are curious to learn more about how you go into the FTZ industry and also the details of your path. Send us your story.
Our Career Center is FREE to companies with active membership and job seekers. The rate for Non-members is $100 for a 30 day online posting. Submit your posting to email@example.com.
Learn about legislative priorities and become an advocate for the foreign-trade zone community.
Join an issues task force or committee. These volunteers take on a variety of issues within these areas, including Customs and FTZ Board regulations and congressional initiatives.
Participate in Congressional visits the day following the annual Legislative Summit. FTZ advocates can take part in educating Congress about the issues that affect their business and telling the story about how FTZs contribute to the U.S. economy.
Help support NAFTZ and the future of foreign-trade zones by:
Influencing your peers. How has NAFTZ membership benefited you? Share your story with colleagues. Submit a testimonial.
Attending an event. Events are a great way to learn about the regulatory environment and exchange ideas with colleagues facing similar challenges and opportunities.