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Annual membership is $31 for practitioners and $11 for students.

In an effort to maximize representation, education, information and advocacy within the profession, we encourage membership with:

National Black Occupational Therapy Caucus (NBOTC)

American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA)

Florida Occupational Therapy Association (FOTA) and the regional forums

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10 Great Reasons to Become a Member

1. Connection: Larger network of Black OTPs and students to create positive impact with colleagues and within the community, both nationally and abroad.

2. Professional Development: Educational opportunities provided virtually and live. You can contribute to content, facilitate event planning or attend events to enhance professional development.

3. Public Policy/Advocacy: Participate in advocacy efforts centered on assuring that Black OT voices are being heard.

4. Free Informational Services: Stay up-to-date with current issues through the SFBOTC website, social media, and email for updates on emerging issues relevant to occupational therapy.

5. Networking and Events: Network with Black OTPs and students - share best practices, employment enhancing solutions, and engage in collaborative educational events. Our events include conferences, local chapter meetings and outings.

6. Affiliation: SFBOTC has affiliation with the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA), the Multicultural, Diversity and Inclusion (MDI) Network as well as other organization partners.

7. Mentoring: Receive and assist with student and professional mentorship.

8. Leadership Opportunities: Practice leadership and meeting management skills needed for resumes, professional growth, and self-promotion. Engage in available opportunities on the Executive Board, committees and special projects.

9. Recognition: You can be recognized or share recognition of a member for achievements in occupational therapy. Some of our unsung heroes work next to us every day!

10. Empowerment: Get involved with finding solutions to issues affecting our professional communities and towards improvement in quality of life.

Don't live in Florida or looking for another chapter?

Click here to check out the NBOTC's current chapters and resources

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