Am I a RSC Younger Member?
RSC ‘Younger Members’ are members of the RSC in the early stages of their career (age 18-35 years old) studying or working in:
- academia (undergraduate, postgraduate and postdoctoral)
- education and teaching
What can the RSC do for me as a Younger Member?
The RSC provides:
- member benefits
- professional accreditation and chartership (AMRSC, MRSC, CChem)
- support through the Benevolent Fund
- networking and social opportunities (local section mixers, events, tours and visits)
Why should I get Involved?
- further both professional and personal development (can benefit both your current academic or work role, as well as demonstrating to your current / future employer pro-active development)
- establish useful contacts both locally in the Thames Valley and also nationally
- meet other younger members in the Thames Valley
- help shape and advance the chemical sciences both locally, nationally and internationally
Where can I get Involved?
- a variety of Thames Valley and national activities and events
- ChemSocs and interest groups
- becoming active within the RSC - for example being a company representative, benevolent fund volunteer, Thames Valley Local Section committee member, or ChemNet ambassador
- The ‘Thames Valley Local Section’ groups on MyRSC
- The ‘Younger Members’ group on MyRSC (follow link below!)
MyRSC - 'Younger Members Network' group
You will need to Register or Log in to join in the Group
My RSC - 'Thames Valley' group
Register on MyRSC and sign up for the Thames Valley Group to discuss ideas and network
The Hidden Science Map
A map to tempt all scientists, engineers, technologists and mathematicians out of hiding, to reveal how much science is out there in the UK. Upload your profile now!
External links will open in a new browser window
Contact and Further Information
Chairman, Younger Members Representative