RSA Fellows enable positive change and support each other to create an enlightened space to tackle the challenges of the 21st century. Read more below about the opportunities and resources to help you make the most of being a Fellow.
If you want to meet other Fellows in your area, you can also find out what is happening where you are.
The RSA House
A famous centre for enlightenment thinking, 8 John Adam Street, has been the intellectual and social home of some of the greatest thinkers and social activists. As a central hub, it is open to Fellows and those interested in the RSA, and provides a number of facilities and services.
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The RSA Fellows' Library
The first catalogue of the books, pamphlets and maps belonging to the Society was published in 1790. Today the library is a resource for RSA Fellows to use and hosts working space, WiFi, a reading room, an online book search and a Freepost service for those unable to visit in person.
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Four ways to engage as a Fellow
We believe ideas are powerful, and that the RSA is the best place to have them. As a Fellow your donation supports our work, sharing inspiring thinking with an audience across the world. Fellows are working together to turn these ideas into action - find out how you can too.
Discover four ways to get involved.
Turning ideas into action
Many Fellows are working to turn their ideas into reality. We have compiled case studies of activities led by our Fellows that illustrate four ways in which they create change in their communities: meeting with others; connecting online; sharing their skills; and growing their ideas.
Read our handbook on how to turn ideas into action
Drawing on insights from our work with ChangeMakers and the experiences of RSA staff and Fellows, this handbook is designed to help you work with others to share your skills and connections.
Read the ChangeMakers handbook.