Member Application

Benefits of Association

Strength in Numbers

As one individual, you may feel you have relatively little power to effect change. But membership in a large organization of like-minded professionals can help you not only advocate for the issues that matter to you, but often see major results.

An Avenue for Change

Joining an organization that’s working for your best interests not only allows you to support the causes that matter to you, but it provides an outlet where your voice as a professional is heard.

 A Physical Network

“There is a lot of evidence that our democracy is based on having citizens connected with one another,” says Pamela Paxton, a sociology professor from The University of Texas at Austin. “When we connect with one another in associations we learn that our self interest is actually connected to the interests of others. That gives us a conception of the public good, common identity, and sense of common responsibility as a nation and as citizens.”

SENTAC Membership Application

  • First, Middle, Last, Degree
  • (e.g. ASHA, ABO. If none, so state. Not required for Associate. If your profession has no certification, note "not applicable" and provide a brief explanation below.)
  • Application for membership must be accompanied by a current curriculum vitae and must be endorsed by two persons. These should be Fellows of the Society, unless you are not known to two Fellows. In that case, you may substitute any colleagues who can attest to your professional interests. Submit the application by October 30. Your application will be reviewed and voted upon for approval at this year’s Board and member business meeting.
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