Events – Participate in annual meetings and other Alliance events
Networking – Network with other professionals through Alliance events, meetings, discussion boards, and more
Thought Leadership – Participate in dialogue on focus areas such as tenure and promotion, diversity, standards/vetting and more
Early Access to Internal Reports – Be the first to receive information on industry trends, federal and foundation funding opportunities
Inclusion in Issue Education – Connect with key contacts in the federal Legislative and Executive branches on Alliance outreach interests, Capitol Hill days, Congressional Caucus briefings, and exhibition fairs
Internship Information – Access information about industry internship opportunities
Represention – Represent the Alliance at conferences, conventions, and other events
MEMBERSHIP DUES ARE TEMPORARILY WAIVED.
CATEGORIES OF MEMBERSHIP
Faculty membership is available to individuals holding faculty or administration positions at higher education institutions. Faculty members are eligible to hold office and serve on and lead committees, and are entitled to cast one (1) vote on all matters that require action or approval by the members.
Student membership is available to any individual enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate student at an accredited higher education institution. Student members are entitled to specific services as designated by the Board of Directors and may be eligible to serve as an advisor on committees or appointed groups, but cannot vote or hold elected office.
Affiliate status is available to individuals who are not currently enrolled or employed by an institution of higher education but were formerly enrolled or employed at such an institution or are currently affiliated with a trust, estate, partnership, association, company, or corporation associated with video game programs in higher education and approved by a majority of Directors then in office. Affiliates are entitled to specific services as designated by the Board of Directors and may be eligible to serve as advisors on committees or appointed groups, but cannot vote or hold elected office.