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Who can be a member of SCOA?
There are two types of SCOA membership Full and Associate.
Full membership is open to all organisations that receive settlement services funding.
Associate membership is open to other relevant organisations that share the objectives of SCOA see http://scoa.org.au/content/about-us.
Full membership of entitles the organisation to vote at SCOA General Meetings and to nominate a representative of the organisation for membership of the SCOA National Executive.
Being an Associate Member entitles organisations to many of the benefits of Full Members, but Associate Members cannot vote at General Meetings or nominate a representative for membership of the National Executive.
To apply to become a member, please complete an application form. For more details about membership, or to download a membership form, click here to go to the membership page.
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