Become a Founding Member today and help continue our success.
As a member, you will contribute to building the Society for the Study of Emerging Adulthood (SSEA), a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the understanding of development in emerging adulthood (ages 18-29) through scholarship, education, training, policy, and practice.
Since 2003, SSEA has been at the forefront of emerging adulthood research. Supported by the field's preeminent researchers from around the world, the society has organized four international conferences and launched a scholarly journal. As we look toward continuing study in this under-researched field, the SSEA is developing new ways for scholars to exchange ideas, coordinate research, and find new opportunities.
SSEA membership is open to researchers, students, educators, policy makers, and practitioners interested in development during this period of life.
Full Members: $95
Persons who are engaged in research, teaching, or policy pertaining to emerging adults; they shall be 4 or more years beyond graduation from a graduate program of study.
Post Doc/Early Career: $75
Persons who are currently in a postdoctoral fellowship or have graduated from a program of study within the past 4 years.
Graduate Student Members: $50
Persons currently enrolled in graduate study.
Student Affiliate: $50*
General Affiliate: $95*
Persons in non-academic capacities who wish to follow and support the activities of the Society (e.g., journalists, policy makers).
Developing Countries: $10
Two-year memberships available: 10% discount.
*Student Affiliate and General Affiliate members will have all privileges of other members except voting.