Can I become a member of the RSC?
Yes. Most chemistry teachers should qualify for Member (MRSC) or Associate Member (AMRSC) status within the RSC. The AMRSC category is open to graduates (or equivalent) of the chemical sciences. This category is appropriate for recently qualified teachers. MRSC is the main category of membership for those who fulfil the requirements for Associate Members and have also acquired key skills through professional activity over a period of at least three years.
What are the benefits of RSC membership?
. Up to 35% off a range of RSC, Wiley, OUP and Pearson books and 85% off RSC journals
. Save up to £100 on an extensive programme of meetings, conferences, seminars and INSET events
. Receive Chemistry World and RSC News free every month
. The recognition of belonging to the world's largest professional body for the chemical sciences
. Networking opportunities locally and internationally
. Access to interest groups covering all aspects of the chemical sciences
. The Library and Information Centre - accessible from anywhere in the world. Europe's largest chemical science resource with 2,000 journals, 25,000 books, plus CD-ROMs and online databases
. Advice and guidance on scientific and professional issues, including career management
. A framework for CPD
. The Benevolent Fund
Get ahead and become a member of the RSC today!