What are the benefits of membership?
What does it cost to join?
What does it cost to attend a meeting if I’m not a member?
Who is eligible to join?
Who is eligible for student membership?
What’s the benefit of becoming a member versus paying only for meetings I can attend?
Do you offer institutional memberships or discounts for multiple people who join from the same employing organization?
What riches are bestowed upon me if I refer someone to MPPAW?
How do I get more information about becoming a Board member?
What are the benefits of becoming a Board member?
Is MPPAW a non-profit organization?
|What are the benefits of membership?
- Expand your professional network
- Meet potential employers, employees, or future colleagues
- Contribute to the profession of applied psychology
- Learn about/share cutting edge research and industry best practices
- Find research partners
- Reduced MPPAW meeting fees
- CEU credits
- Annual membership directory
|What does it cost to join MPPAW?
||Dues (full year):
- $90 for membership + meeting fees
- Professional includes CEU credits):
- $180 for membership + meeting fees
- Sustainer (New category for Senior Professionals willing to help defray increasing costs and maintain vitality of MPPAW.):
- $500 – includes membership, meeting fees, and one drink per meeting with our gratitude for your commitment to MPPAW.
- Full-year dues paid April 1 or later (after the March MPPAW meeting, which is 6th of the 7 meetings) will carry through to the next complete season of meetings.
|What does it cost to attend a meeting if I’m not a member?
- Professional $40
- Student $20
|Who is eligible to join?
||As dictated by MPPAW bylaws, membership is open to anyone with an interest in applied psychology, and who agrees to further the purposes of MPPAW.
|Who is eligible for student membership?
||Student membership is available to anyone who is currently enrolled full-time in a graduate or undergraduate program at an accredited college or university, and who agrees to further the purposes of MPPAW.
|What’s the benefit of becoming a member versus paying only for meetings I can attend?
||Becoming a member:
- Provides a greater incentive to attend all the meetings
- Supports your profession at the local level
- Helps keep dues affordable for all members and reduces the frequency of fee increases
- Helps keep MPPAW financially sound
|Do you offer institutional memberships or discounts for multiple people who join from the same employing organization?
||Institutional memberships are not currently available, but are under consideration by the MPPAW Board. Please let a Board member know if your organization may be interested in this type of membership.
|What riches are bestowed upon me if I refer someone to MPPAW?
||Membership drives usually occur at the beginning and end of the MPPAW season, and sometimes include opportunities to win a prize (e.g., members receive entries into a prize drawing for each new member they’ve referred).
|How do I get more information about becoming a Board member?
||Descriptions of Board member positions and duties appear on the website, in the member bylaws. Please contact any officer if you are interested in joining the MPPAW Board.
|What are the benefits of becoming a Board member?
- Opportunity to have an impact on MPPAW, including speakers/topics, meeting logistics, and organizational goals
- Networking with persons who are leaders in the field of applied psychology
- Gain experience serving on the Board of a professional association
- Opportunity to contribute to MPPAW and our local professional community
|Is MPPAW a non-profit organization?
||Yes, MPPAW is established exclusively for charitable, scientific, and educational purposes as a not-for-profit, professional association. It is classified as a 501 (c) (6) organization under the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended.