NEW - Group Memberships for NCSLA

Group memberships to NCSLA are now available for groups of at least 10 people for up to 3 years at a discount of $5 per person off the individual rate.

The group membership form (pdf) must be submitted along with a letter describing the mission of your organization, how long it has existed, the number of total members, and non-profit status if applicable. Include the name, position, address, phone and email for each applicant.  The form and letter must be accompanied by a check for the full amount of the group membership.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

To join NCSLA, simply complete the online form and follow the emailed instructions for paying your membership dues.  If your school district requires a membership form, you may also print out the membership form to mail with your check.

If you are a current member who needs to renew your NCSLA membership you can use the membership form to pay dues by check or pay securely online with a credit card

Annual Dues

NCSLA Membership Dues

1 Year - $30
3 Years - $80 (save $10)
5 Years - $125 (save $25)

NCSLA Retired* Member Dues

1 Year - $20
3 Years - $55 (save $5)
5 Years - $85 (save $15)

NCSLA/NSELA Combined Dues (Save $2 off national dues/year)

1 Year - $83
3 Years - $239
5 Years - $390

*NCSLA defines "Retired" as fully retired an no longer employed.


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NCSLA is seeking new members interested in

  •  increasing the number of students entering science careers
  •  improving teacher preparation in science fields
  •  advancing the future of science education in NC
  •  opportunities to demonstrate leadership

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Resources

NCSLA recruits and supports the development of, emerging science education leaders.  Use the following resources in the development of your own leadership skills.

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