What does it mean to be a member of AWAHS?
Becoming a Member of AWAHS means you are entitled to attend and vote at the Annual General Meeting. Members are also eligible to attend and observe any Board of Governance (BOG) meeting. Any member of AWAHS is also eligible to apply to represent their community on the BOG.
Who is eligible to apply for membership?
Aboriginal community members can apply for membership.
Non-Aboriginal community members can apply for accociate membership.
How do I apply to become a member?
Application for Membership requires the applicant to fill out an “Application for membership” including nomination by two current members of the accociation. Click on the links below to to download an application form or ask AWAHS reception for an application form.
Annual membership fee is $2.00 and must be paid within 28 days of advice from the BOM of acceptance of membership application and thereafter by 30th of June each year.
What is Nomination?
Each applicant for membership is to be nominated by two current members of the Association.