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   * Tour - an unofficial process of introducing a non-member to HSBNE and explaining what we have to offer, how the membership process works etc.   * Tour - an unofficial process of introducing a non-member to HSBNE and explaining what we have to offer, how the membership process works etc.
   * Written notice - a formal notice that can be delivered via email, discord or in person.   * Written notice - a formal notice that can be delivered via email, discord or in person.
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 This section is relevant to section (6) and (8) of our constitution. The current process for a new person or previous member to become a member is as follows, and should be completed in this order. The interested person must: This section is relevant to section (6) and (8) of our constitution. The current process for a new person or previous member to become a member is as follows, and should be completed in this order. The interested person must:
  
-  - +  - attend HSBNE for a site tour. This can happen during a normal open day/night or some other time. 
- +  - sign up via our member portal ([[https://​portal.hsbne.org|https://​portal.hsbne.org]]). 
-attend HSBNE for a site tour. This can happen during a normal open day/night or some other time. +  - book in and successfully complete an induction. Successfully completing an induction requires that the interested person: 
- +      - sit through an induction session run by a member of the executive or by someone who has been appointed by the executive. The material covered is up to the discretion of the person running the induction and is based on the content in the new member'​s guide. 
-  - +      - is provided with a new members guide that they sign and agree to. 
- +      - provide photo ID and be properly vetted by the executive by gathering executive signatures on the relevant page in their member'​s guide. 
-sign up via our member portal ([[https://​portal.hsbne.org|https://​portal.hsbne.org]]). +      - allow the person running the induction to make a copy of their ID and the page in their new members guide that requires their signature. 
- +  - pay their membership fees in full and give written notice to the treasurer that they are a new member and have just made their initial payment. 
-  - +      - This is not required if the interested person pays at the end of their induction and the person running the induction is satisfied the payment went through. 
- +      - Their membership is not active until the payment has been processed by the treasurer and their card has been activated.
-book in and successfully complete an induction. Successfully completing an induction requires that the interested person: +
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-sit through an induction session run by a member of the executive or by someone who has been appointed by the executive. The material covered is up to the discretion of the person running the induction and is based on the content in the new member'​s guide. +
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-is provided with a new members guide that they sign and agree to. +
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-provide photo ID and be properly vetted by the executive by gathering executive signatures on the relevant page in their member'​s guide. +
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-allow the person running the induction to make a copy of their ID and the page in their new members guide that requires their signature. +
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-pay their membership fees in full and give written notice to the treasurer that they are a new member and have just made their initial payment. +
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-This is not required if the interested person pays at the end of their induction and the person running the induction is satisfied the payment went through. +
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-Their membership is not active until the payment has been processed by the treasurer and their card has been activated.+
  
 Once the above process has been completed, the interested person becomes a member of the organisation as defined in our constitution. The access card they received in their new member'​s guide can now be activated and they are allowed site access. This should be done as soon as practical. Note that the executive can reject an application for any reason. Once the above process has been completed, the interested person becomes a member of the organisation as defined in our constitution. The access card they received in their new member'​s guide can now be activated and they are allowed site access. This should be done as soon as practical. Note that the executive can reject an application for any reason.
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 You must meet one or more of the following requirements:​ You must meet one or more of the following requirements:​
  
-  * +  * You must be studying or undertaking an apprenticeship with a study/​workload of at least 75% of the normal full time amount in your situation. 
- +  * You must be receiving a regular income assistance payment from the government. We consider regular payments to be at least once per fortnight for any valid assistance program such as youth allowance, jobseekers allowance, etc. 
-You must be studying or undertaking an apprenticeship with a study/​workload of at least 75% of the normal full time amount in your situation. +  * You must have a valid healthcare card or pension card.
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-You must be receiving a regular income assistance payment from the government. We consider regular payments to be at least once per fortnight for any valid assistance program such as youth allowance, jobseekers allowance, etc. +
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-You must have a valid healthcare card or pension card.+
  
 In addition to the above, you must also have a yearly income (before tax) of no more than $30,000. In addition to the above, you must also have a yearly income (before tax) of no more than $30,000.