What is SIOP?
- Our mission is to enhance human well-being and performance in organizational and work settings by promoting the science, practice, and teaching of industrial-organizational (I-O) psychology.
- We are a unique community that aligns professionals with cutting-edge research and applied insights on what most impacts workplace productivity.
- As the premier professional association dedicated to advancing the field of I-O psychology, we have more than 8,000 members worldwide who already know the value of a SIOP membership to their career and educational pursuits.
What value does SIOP membership provide?
For a fraction of the cost of membership in other professional associations, your low dues payment of $100 (professional members) or $50 (student/retired members) provides numerous benefits.
Subscriptions to keep you up-to-date on the I-O profession
- Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice (IOP), the official quarterly journal of I-O psychology
- The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist (TIP), a digital, quarterly news publication
- Newsbriefs, a monthly e-newsletter
- Affordable subscription rate for the optional, members-only SIOP Research Access service
Networking and visibility to expand your reach and contacts
- SIOP Annual Conference and Leading Edge Consortium
- my.SIOP Member Community
- SIOP social media
- Media Resources database*
- Committee volunteer positions
Incentives to further your career without breaking the bank:
- Significant member savings on Annual Conference registration fees
- 20% discount on most publications offered through the SIOP Store
- A low subscription price for resumé postings on JobNet and the Placement Center
- Grant, award, and scholarship funds exclusively available to SIOP members
The benefits listed above are extended to SIOP members of all statuses, with the exception of Media Resources, in which Student Affiliates may not be listed. Note that only individuals with Fellow, Retired Fellow, Member, or Retired Member statuses may cast votes in SIOP elections or serve on the Executive Board or as Committee Chairs.
Who is eligible for SIOP membership?
The SIOP membership requirements and instructions for application are outlined at http://www.siop.org/joinsiop.aspx.
How do I pay dues?
Student Affiliate dues can be paid at the time of application. Professional dues are paid only after an applicant is notified of approval for membership, which may take 6-8 weeks. Please review the dues payments schedule at https://www.siop.org/Dues/payment.aspx before applying for membership.
Apply today to begin your career-enhancing membership in SIOP!
Hear what others are saying about SIOP membership:
“SIOP allows me to balance the academic and practitioner within me! It helps me keep up to date with current research and build my professional network.” -Dr. Leslie A. Bethencourt, SIOP member since 2004
“One of the best things about SIOP is the Annual Conference. It is great to connect with so many other professionals in our field and I always learn so much every year.” -Dr. Rose Mueller-Hanson, SIOP member since 1997
“There’s no better organization out there for people in our field. SIOP is a wonderfully collegial environment and its Annual Conference is one of the most energizing events of my entire year.” -Adam W. Hilliard, SIOP member since 2008
“I value my membership in SIOP…having the opportunity to interact and network with colleagues at conferences, to further the growth of our profession through committee work, and to stay up to date on new research, practice, and emerging issues and trends. SIOP serves a very valuable role in my professional practice.” -Dr. Mark Poteet, SIOP member since 1992
“Being a SIOP member is critical to my professional career. It provides me access to valuable resources like my.SIOP, opportunities to keep up-to-date on our field’s latest research as well as the latest challenges that are being faced in the workplace.” -Tiffany Poeppelman, SIOP member since 2009
“We connected due to our active participation in the SIOP Annual Conference. A member introduced us, suggesting that we collaborate on our topic of shared interest. We also serve as testament to the scientist-practitioner model.” -Dr. Stephanie R. Klein, SIOP member since 1995 and Dr. Ann H. Huffman, SIOP member since 2001