Membership Application

Street Address

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Up to two address lines, rearrange after entry if necessary.

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  • Each email address will be obfuscated in a human readable fashion or, if JavaScript is enabled, replaced with a spam resistent clickable link. Email addresses will get the default web form unless specified. If replacement text (a persons name) is required a webform is also required. Separate each part with the "|" pipe symbol. Replace spaces in names with "_".
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Full Members
Are you applying for Full Membership? Leave unchecked for Associate.


Full Membership requires two sponsors, which must be current members of the OCCA. Typically, these are people you have met and talked with at OCCA meetings or know already through some other means. (If you do not have two members to sponsor you, we'll contact you to setup interviews.)
Full Membership is open to any FULL TIME business or organization registered or licensed in accordance with the laws of the State of Oregon that provides computer-related consulting services to the public for a fee and that actively supports the OCCA purposes, goals, and objectives.
Submission Info

By submitting this application I certify that I have read the Statement of Purpose, Code of Ethics, Membership Qualifications, and Membership Benefits; and that I and/or the company I represent will subscribe to, abide by, and actively support the purposes, Code of Ethics, Bylaws, and policies of the OCCA.

I understand that the name of the company and its designated representative will be distributed for review by the membership and that membership in the OCCA may be denied or terminated for violations of the OCCA Code of Ethics and/or Bylaws.

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