National Social Science Association – The NSSA is a national organization committed to fostering interaction and collaboration between social scientists of various disciplines through print and spoken mediums. Membership is open to students and scholars at two- and four-year institutions, and benefits include seminars, publications, and networking opportunities.
American Anthropological Association – For over a century, the American Anthropological Association has been the world's largest organization for individuals interested in the field of anthropology. Membership is inclusive toward anyone with a passion for the subject, and includes benefits such as discounts, publications, awards and scholarships, and networking opportunities.
National Association for Ethnic Studies – The National Association for Ethnic Studies was founded in 1972 to provide an interdisciplinary forum for students, teachers, and activists alike to congregate and discuss national and international concerns on the topic of ethnicity. The association offers publications, annual conferences, service opportunities, and national awards and scholarships.
Linguistic Society of America – The Linguistic Society of America is the largest professional society in the United States dedicated to the advancement of the scientific study of language. The LSA offers its members advocacy, professional resources, admission to conferences, and education opportunities.
National Association of Social Workers – The NASW is the largest organization of social workers in the world, with a common goal of professional development and the advancement of sound social policies. Student membership comes with access to exclusive publications, an online career center, and a chance at awards and scholarships.