How to Join

The New England Employee Benefits Council's greatest strength is its diverse membership, drawn from large and small employers, profit and non-profit organizations, representing the fields of employee benefits, human resources, insurance, banking, law, consulting, finance, public affairs, communications, administration, risk management and education. If you are interested in joining NEEBC, please click on the "New Member" tab in the drop down menu to view membership categories.

Questions? Give us a call at 781-684-8700 or email

Benefits of Membership

Member benefits, which focus on providing opportunities for education and networking, include the following:

  • The Members Only section of the NEEBC website includes a membership directory with contact information for all members, plus many additional valuable resources for the benefits practitioner.
  • Members may download presentations from past programs housed in the Members Only section of the website, pending speaker approval.
  • Members receive discounts on Career Center job postings, educational material, and additional website resources.
  • New England College of Business - Tuition Discount Program.

A New Education Benefit for Members!

Now NEEBC member companies can provide their employees with an education benefit at preferred tuition rates.

Thanks to a new NEEBC partnership with New England College of Business and Finance (NECB), those employed with our member companies have access to accelerated, flexible degree programs online while continuing at their job.

Here's a quick look at NECB:

  • Fully online education for working adults seeking career advancement
  • Undergraduate and graduate degree programs focusing in business and finance, plus an advanced graduate studies program in Human Resources Management
  • Named by the U.S. Department of Education as the most affordable private college in New England*
  • Accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) and licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Higher Education

For further information, visit or contact Dennis Madigan at

(U.S. Department of Education's Project on College Finance Transparency, 2011-2013)