Younger Members Network
The Younger Members Network provides opportunities for members in the early stages of their career to get involved in a variety of activities and events and to meet other young members in their area. By doing this the network aims to further both the professional and personal development of Younger Members.
For younger members working in industry, academia, teaching or undertaking postgraduate study the Younger Members Network offers the chance to establish useful contacts and participate in a range of local events.
The Younger Members Network works closely alongside Student Chemical Societies (ChemSocs), Local Sections and often with RSC Representatives, organising activities and events of interest to Younger Members.
Every Local Section would like to have a Younger Members Representative on the committee to act as a point of contact between the Local Section, younger members in that area and the RSC. There are Younger Members Networks currently operating in 26 Local Sections. Ideally, we would like to have a network with 2 Younger Members Representatives per Local Section, one representing academia and the other representing industry.
You can find out who the Younger Members Representative in your Local Section is by selecting the link on the left navigation bar. Your local Younger Members Representative can tell you how to get involved with the Network in your area. If there isn't a Network established already in your area and you are interested in setting one up, please get in touch with us.
There are vacancies for Younger Members Representatives in the following Local Sections:
- East Anglia
- North Humberside
- North Staffordshire
Would you like to represent the views of the Younger Members in your area?
Are you interested in developing your organisational and personal skills?
....then why not become a Younger Members Representative for the RSC!
Could you take on the challenge?
There are 35 Local Sections throughout the UK and the Republic of Ireland
Resources for requesting support and giving feedback on your Younger Member activities