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Membership Dues & Categories

Youth/Student: Up to full-time undergraduate
  • 1 year = $10
Senior Citizen: 65 years and older
  • 1 year = $20
  • 2 years = $30  
  • 5 years = $60
  • 1 year = $40
  • 2 years = $70  
  • 5 years = $140
Family: 2 adults + 2 children under 18
  • 1 year = $50
  • 2 years = $90 
  • 5 years = $180
$1000 Individual Lifetime
$1500 Family Lifetime: (2 adults + 2 children who age out after 18)

Exclusive OCA Offers

  • OCA National Convention – Receive member discounts to attend OCA’s annual National Convention. As one of the premiere events of the year for the APA community, not only does it provide workshops, leadership trainings, and special tracks to help educate and increase awareness, but it also provides a welcoming forum to meet and support OCA members and friends.
  • OCA National Asian Pacific American Corporate Achievement Awards; receive member discounts.
  • OCA’s Business Advisory Council, OCA celebrates APAs in the corporate sector in recognition of their excellence, achievement and leadership.
  • IMAGE Magazine, OCA's semi-annual news magazine, which features articles and reports on issues important to the APA community, news from OCA Chapters and Members, and coverage of culture and entertainment.
  • OCA E-newsletter – Receive an email subscription to OCA’s E-newsletter – an informative monthly e-newsletter highlighting current initiatives and events.
  • Receive exclusive benefits on shipping through the UPS Savings Program.
  • Learn more about savings with our partnership with AARP.

OCA Advocacy Updates Chapters


  • Whether you have just entered the workforce or if you are mid-career, OCA hosts various programs that provide mentorship (Mentoring Asian American Professionals), professional development (B3), or business training (Entrepreneur Empowerment Training) opportunities.Leaders - OCA promotes leadership development through training and providing opportunities to gain experience. Advocacy
  • This annual leadership training is a joint program operated by the Japanese American Citizens League and OCA, the two largest Asian Pacific American membership-based civil rights organizations in the United States. This three-day summit gives 30 emerging leaders of the JACL and OCA an opportunity to learn firsthand about the current public policy issues facing our communities.Students
  • Learn more about the OCA Internship Program, OCA Scholarship Program, or how to bring our APIA U: Leadership 101 training to your campus.Internship
  • The OCA Summer Internship program brings Asian Pacific American (APA) students from all around the country to Washington, DC to intern full-time for a federal agency, Congressional office, or partner nonprofit. Scholarship - Since 1993, OCA has been providing assistance to deserving APA students to pursue their dreams of a higher education through the OCA Scholarship Program. OCA's headquarters in Washington, DC gives the OCA National Center an effective vantage point for monitoring legislation and policy issues affecting APAs. Receive information on OCA’s work around immigration reform, health care reform, higher education, hate crimes and Census.


With over 100 chapters and affiliates across the nation, OCA members have the opportunity to network and build connections both at the community level and at the national level. We encourage you to join a local chapter and get involved at events at your local level. Members also have the opportunity to get involved in chapter board meetings and at the quarterly National Board meetings as a chapter president or chapter representative!

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