About organization membership
You can become a member of an organization to collaborate with coworkers or open-source contributors across many repositories at once.
An organization owner can invite you to join their organization as a member, billing manager, or owner. An organization owner or member with admin privileges for a repository can invite you to collaborate in one or more repositories as an outside collaborator. For more information, see "Permission levels for an organization."
When you accept an invitation to join an organization, the organization owners may be able to see:
Your public profile information
If you have two-factor authorization enabled
Repositories you have access to within the organization, and your access level
Certain activity within the organization
Country of request origin
Your IP address
Note: Owners are not able to view member IP addresses in the organization's audit log. In the event of a security incident, such as an account compromise or inadvertent sharing of sensitive data, organization owners may request details of access to private repositories. The information we return may include your IP address.
By default, your organization membership visibility is set to private. You can choose to publicize individual organization memberships on your profile. For more information, see "Publicizing or hiding organization membership."
You can access organizations you're a member of on your profile page. For more information, see "Accessing an organization."
As an organization member, you can create commits on behalf of an organization. For more information, see "Creating a commit on behalf of an organization."
You can leave an organization at any time. For more information, see "Removing yourself from an organization."