Eligibility and Types of Membership

You are eligible to become a member of AFDICA if you formerly worked for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) or the Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC) as a federal employee, regardless of your length of service. This encompasses all former civil service employees, political appointees, term, and liquidation graded (LG) personnel. Although you may have physically worked at an FDIC office, if your wages were paid by a Contractor who was hired to perform services for the agency and you were never an employee of FDIC, you are not eligible to join AFDICA.

There will be two types of AFDICA Membership:

Alumni Members – those who meet the aforementioned terms of eligibility will be entitled to make a dues donation of $50 for a 12-month/annual membership, $95 for a 24-month membership, $130 for a 36-month membership or $500 for lifetime membership to AFDICA. All Alumni Members in good standing shall have all rights and privileges of Members, including the right to vote at meetings of Members and to be counted for the purpose of determining the presence of a quorum at any such meeting. All Alumni members shall enjoy equal rights and privileges.

Associate Members – Any Alumni Member who resumes working for the FDIC as an employee shall automatically become an Associate Member of the Association with all rights and privileges except the right to vote or to be counted for the purpose of determining the presence of a quorum.