There are three types of membership in CAPASA: Member, Non-Voting member, and Associate.
Member: This is the classic definition of membership, reserved for congressional employees. To be in good standing, one must be up-to-date on dues. Members in good standing can vote and be eligible for all benefits of membership (e.g. access to member-exclusive events). Annual dues are $15.
Non-Voting Member: This is a new definition of membership. To be in good standing, one must be up-to-date on dues. Members in good standing are eligible for all benefits of membership (e.g. access to member-exclusive events) aside from the ability to vote. The Board contemplates that this membership category would apply to interns/fellows/detailees who may not be official congressional employees, but work on Capitol Hill in support of Congress or its support agencies. Annual dues are $5.
Associate Member: This category of membership is for individuals who do not pay dues. Associate Members cannot vote and may receive a subset of benefits of membership, as determined by the Board. There are NO annual dues.