In addition to voting rights and opportunities for professional networking, SSSS members receive:
• THE JOURNAL OF SEX RESEARCH (JSR)
SSSS’s scholarly journal publishes articles relevant to a variety of disciplines in the scientific study of sexuality. Members receive online access, which provides access to all past issues, starting with Vol.1, Issue 1, in 1965 to the latest issue. JSR printed issues are also available for the current membership year (optional). This has an annual value of U.S. $281.00!
• SEXUAL SCIENCE NEWSLETTER
Online newsletter that includes publications, promotions, projects, awards, exciting events, and more! Members are invited to share their important news with the SSSS community.
• DISCUSSION GROUPS
Interactive SSSS member discussions that bring together professionals with similar interests. Additional details about the discussion groups will be sent to you in early-2021.
• CONTINUING EDUCATION (CE) OPPORTUNITIES
SSSS is approved to provide continuing education credit hours. CE credit hours can be used for approved organizations, state licenses, employer requirements, and other agencies. Check with your state, employer, and/or other agencies for credit acceptance.
Awards are presented during the SSSS Annual Conference to honor individuals in the sexuality field. SSSS members are invited to nominate colleagues, mentors, even themselves. Members are also eligible to receive specific awards. Each award has its own guidelines, application procedures, and selection criteria.
• MENTORSHIP PROGRAM
This program is open to all SSSS members! For mentors, this is an opportunity to give back! You’ll provide technical knowledge, assistance, encouragement, empathy, and respect to a mentee, which creates a supportive environment that fosters networking as the mentee develops their long-term career goals. As a mentee, you’ll receive your mentor’s support, skills, and wisdom, while pursuing your own career goals, which helps build a professional network, and creates productive working relationships with other sex scientists.