Boston Bridge is open to emerging and established professionals working in or interested in the field of aging.

Boston Bridge is generously supported by its members…

Our membership dues are currently $30/year for professionals and $20/year for students. Cost of membership should never be a barrier to joining us.

Please send us an email if you’d like to learn more about our flexible membership options. This model ensures you can what you are able.

Ready to Join?

To become a new member, or to update an existing membership with new information, complete the online Membership Application.

To renew a membership with no information updates, use these links to pay your dues online:
Renew a Professional Membership ($30/year)
Renew a Student Membership ($20/year)

If you prefer to write a check, email to request the mailing address.

If you have the means to support the cost of someone else’s Boston Bridge membership who is not able to pay our standard rate right now please consider: Renewing your Professional Membership and donating to our Impact Fund

Your membership supports:

Our educational and social events, including our ongoing speaker and networking series. Meetings are held the third Wednesday of every month, September through June.

Maintenance of our nonprofit status, our website and job board, where we regularly post employment opportunities in the field of aging, as well as information on events, conferences and announcements of interest.

Our mentorship program, which can help match you with a professional in the field of aging.

Members also receive…

Exclusive access to our member directory. Use it to connect with others in the field of aging, find out what they do, hear about new programs, learn about educational opportunities, share resources, and ask questions about the field of aging.

An invitation to our “member-only” June meeting.

Opportunities to connect with a passionate community of professionals in the field of aging. We hope you’ll consider joining us!

Volunteer opportunities available at Boston Bridge…

If you are interested in getting more involved in program development, membership recruitment, or writing blogs for the website, please contact one of the board members or email us.