To make our educational programming more accessible to those at the very start of their careers, the organization provides entry-level access.
Educational access is conceived as a low-cost means for anyone with less than two years of employment at a literary agency (in any capacity, but excluding internships) to participate in our programming, benefit from our committee work, and get full access to AALA programming and the AALA community. Those receiving this level of access are not considered members, are not eligible to vote in elections, and will not appear on the AALA membership list. Educational access will be granted for no more than two years, after which participants will be encouraged to apply for membership.
By filling out this profile and paying your dues, you certify you have been accepted for AALA membership and you acknowledge that you have read, currently operate within, and will be bound by the Canon of Ethics of the AALA. Members must commit to conducting their business in compliance with their legal, moral, and fiduciary duties to their clients.