Application FormNew SCC Members may register online or download a writable .PDF membership application and email to Colleen Daddino at email@example.com. All major credit cards are accepted. Please use this form to type all your information. Once complete, please save the file on your computer, then email Colleen Daddino at firstname.lastname@example.org or fax it to (212) 668-1504. The Society prefers typed applications over handwritten for ease of processing. Incomplete applications will delay the processing of your membership.Programs and PrivilegesGENERAL MEMBERSHIPGeneral Membership is available to persons engaged in scientific or technical work in the cosmetics and toiletries industry or in related governmental or academic areas, who have earned a Bachelor's Degree in the chemical, physical, medical, pharmaceutical, biological or related sciences and technology. In addition, those working in a technical capacity within the industry for at least five years, who have completed two years in a recognized related academic program are eligible, as those whomay lack sufficient academic background, but who have worked in a technical capacity in the cosmetic science industry for at least ten years. Dues for General Membership amount to $140.00.NATIONAL AFFILIATIONAvailable to persons interested in the objectives of the Society, but not qualified for General Membership. National Affiliates are entitled to all membership privileges, except that they may not vote or hold elected office within the Society or its Chapters. Dues for National Affiliation amount to $140.00.JUNIOR MEMBERSHIPAvailable to persons under 26 years of age who hold appropriate degrees in science, who are matriculated science students in at least their third year of undergraduate studies, and who work in a scientific or technical capacity in the cosmetic industry. Junior Members are entitled to allmembership privileges, except that they may not vote or hold elected office within the Society or its Chapters. Junior Members are from ages 24 through 30. Junior Membership dues are $70.STUDENT MEMBERSHIPAvailable to fully matriculated students in a scientific program at recognized colleges and universities. Student members are entitled to all membership privileges, except that they may not vote or hold elected office within the Society or its Chapters. Student members must be fully matriculated and under age 24. Student dues are $35.EMERITUS MEMBERSHIPAny member who has reached the age of 65 years and who has been a dues paying member in good standing for 25 consecutive years may request to be nominated for transfer to Emeritus Membershipstatus. Upon approval by the Board of Directors, such members shall be entitled to all privileges of a General Member for life, with exemption from payment of dues, except that they are not eligible for election as an Officer or Director within the Society.RETIRED MEMBERSHIPAny member who has retired from the cosmetic industry and is over 55 years of age, and has been a dues paying member in good standing for 15 years, may apply for Retired Membership status. Upon acceptance, Retired members are entitled to all privileges of a General Member, except that they may not hold elected office within the Society or its Chapters. Half dues.FELLOW MEMBERSHIPGeneral members who have achieved full maturity in the profession, as evidenced by a record of outstanding achievement and leadership may be elected a Fellow of the Society by the Board of Directors upon recommendation by the Fellow Certification Committee.HONORARY MEMBERSHIPGranted by the Board of Directors to individuals for distinguished service to the Industry.Yearly Fees: $130 US. Applications: Click here for form. For renewal memberships, send payment directly to the SCC National Office. For your convenience, National will accept payment by VISA, Mastercard or AMEX. Please contact National for details.Programs and Privileges Of SCC MembershipJournal - Membership includes subscription to the Journal of Cosmetic Science, the Official Journal of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists. The Journal contains technical papers on topics of interest to cosmetic scientists and is distributed six times per year. Meetings & Seminars - The Society holds its Annual Scientific Meeting each December and its Annual Scientific Seminar each May. The Meetings and Seminars provide a forum for an exchange of current findings and technology on topics of global interest in cosmetic science.Continuing Education Programs - Our CEP Programs are short courses taught by practicing cosmetic scientists and perfumers, all acknowledged experts in their disciplines. Chapters - Each member is assigned to one of seventeen Chapters throughout the United States and Canada, according to his or her geographic location. Chapters hold local scientific meetings throughout the year, and many publish their own newsletters. I.F.S.C.C. - The Society of Cosmetic Chemists is one of 42 member organizations within the International Federation of Societies of Cosmetic Chemists.