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If you're not a member yet, fill out a membership application to join TSPA.

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Membership Types

We have four types of membership: corporate, individual, affiliate, and student. Corporate membership is membership for trust and safety professionals through their employers. Individual membership is for current and former trust and safety professionals. Affiliate membership is for those who have in interest in the professional experience and the practice of trust and safety. Students may apply for a student membership, which is a discounted form of affiliate membership. Read more about each membership type to learn which is best for you. 

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How to Apply 

To join TSPA, you need to fill out a membership application form. After we receive your application form, we will review it to make sure you qualify as a member for TSPA. After your application is approved, we will send you your member log-in information to finish filling out your member profile and to pay your dues. Once payment is received, you will be able to access your membership benefits. 

Individual and affiliate membership dues are $250 a year and corporate membership is paid through your employer. Because trust and safety professionals work all over the world, we set our membership dues on a sliding scale to make membership accessible to every qualifying professional. Discounts are applied based on where you live and work. Discounts are also applied if you are a student. 

Membership dues and discounts are explained further here. 

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Membership Benefits

Our goal is to bring together professionals in this field and provide professional development, networking opportunities, and educational resources

Community Building: This includes creating spaces for trust and safety professionals to meet industry peers, share best practices, build communities of practice, and engage in professional networking.

Professional Development: We put together online and in-person workshops and topical roundtable discussions on timely trust and safety issues.

Knowledge Sharing: With our members, we curate and develop resources and tools covering issues from trust and safety topics to trust and safety career development to wellness and resiliency.

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