LeadingAge Student Members get access to a range of resources designed to help you navigate a career in aging services—and connect with like-minded students and professionals to guide you along the way. You’ll find career development opportunities, peer-to-peer connections and a passionate, growing community of more than 5,000 LeadingAge member organizations committed to making America a better place for older adults.
These unique benefits are designed specifically with students in mind, and will help you expand your expertise as you begin your aging services career:
Access LeadingAge Student resources including resume and interviewing tips, internship and job postings, “The Mentor’s Voice” podcast, special scholarships, and more.
Build a network and valuable skills at national and state in-person conferences, through an online My LeadingAge Member Community, as part of the Student and Next Gen Professionals Network, and with access to LeadingAge staff.
Undergraduate or graduate students who are 18 years of age or older; enrolled full-time* in an accredited college or university and not employed full-time with an aging services organization.
Note: LeadingAge Student Membership extends for one full year past graduation date.
For mission-driven, voluntary, or government-sponsored organizations providing housing or care for older adults and families.
For companies looking to connect with aging services providers, be part of the LeadingAge community, and advance strategic goals.
For unaffiliated professionals, such as educators, national, state, and local organizations, retired administrators from LeadingAge member organizations, students and attorneys.
For aging services providers and universities with a special interest in driving the direction of technology programs, products, tools and priorities.