Association for Young Astrologers

The Association for Young Astrologers (AYA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing educational and networking opportunities for those interested in astrology, with a focus on young people, those new to the field, and aspiring professionals.

Our mission is to ensure the continuity of the astrological tradition across generations. To this end we support aspiring astrologers and offer a social networking community where they can learn, be inspired and connect with both peers and mentors. We also publish a yearly journal, offer members access to free educational resources, scholarships to astrology conferences, and more!

National Council for Geocosmic Research

We are a non-profit (501-C) organization incorporated in Massachusetts in 1971 for the purpose of raising the standards of astrological education and research. Joining NCGR gives you a chance to learn more about the fascinating subject of astrology and to associate with people from all over the world who share your interest. Our members includes people who are curious about astrology, students, and professional astrologers, Everyone is welcome!

Joining the NCGR gives you the opportunity to experience astrology through our publications, our online learning activities, lectures and more! With 28 chapters across the US and international chapters in Mexico (2), also with chapters in Turkey, Thailand, and Japan – you are sure to meet people in your own locality that also share an interest in astrology. We also have several Special Interest Groups (SIGs) that foster dialog among people of similar astrological specialties such as Uranian astrology, asteroids, and declination.

Don’t forget to visit our YouTube channel, The Geocosmic, and the NCGR YouTube page! They offer free-to-the-public NCGR videos

Organization of Professional Astrologers

The Organization for Professional Astrology (OPA) is a non-profit organization 501(c)(6) that advances the cause of professional astrology by helping students and practicing astrologers receive the information, insights, and experiences they need to foster their understanding of astrology, launch a professional practice, or enhance their development.

We focus on making astrology accessible, credible, and sustainable. We celebrate astrology’s diversity, making excellent quality content available to members, elevating standards of practice, and providing guidance for professional astrologers to sustain themselves financially.

Our programs cater to all levels of expertise and all astrological philosophies. We support the rich tapestry of the astrological community, advocating inclusion of all races, ethnicities, abilities, religions, political affiliations and/or sexual/gender orientation. We uphold ethical practice, high standards, and continual growth of the profession.

We are a family, we are friends, we live in different nations, and together we make astrology a strong, valued profession.

International Society of Astrological Research

The International Society for Astrological Research (ISAR) is dedicated to promoting astrological education and research, supporting high standards of ethics and competence in the study and practice of astrology, and sponsoring the exchange of ideas amongst astrologers world-wide.

Our membership entitles you to:

  • Free webinar/lectures in ISAR Star Club series
  • Access to our growing ISAR Media Library
  • Three online issues per year of The International Astrologer
  • Discounts at certain astrological events and conferences
  • A chance to network with astrologers all over the world
  • Access to searchable archives of past journal articles and newsletters
  • Education about astrological research and the opportunity to do research
  • Become an ISAR Certified Astrologer, recognized worldwide for excellence in astrological achievement