Setting up your MyRSA profile is the best way to start your Fellowship. Through the MyRSA platform, you can start contributing to the discussion on the RSA website and broaden your network of likeminded peers.
We welcome all levels of involvement and encourage you to participate in a way that suits you.
RSA Fellowship is a wonderful resource and there are many different ways in which you can get involved. Below, we have outlined some of the most common ways in which Fellows get started with their RSA Fellowship and hope that one of these ways of engaging sparks your interest.
If you are not yet a Fellow, but are interested in joining our community of proactive problem solvers, you can always learn more about Fellowship.
Setting up your online MyRSA account is a great way to get involved with the Fellowship. From there, you can begin to find other Fellows who share your interests and form collaborative networks.
We've also included a few guides written by members of staff to help you make full use of MyRSA and Find a Fellow.
Once you've set up a profile on MyRSA, you can use the Find a Fellow feature. This allows you to locate Fellows near to where you are, or find Fellows who share your skills and interests.
Another good way to find likeminded peers within the Fellowship is by joining in networks. There are lots of established networks operating across the UK and globally that you can join.
24th April 2019
An article by: Laura House
The RSA is its Fellowship. Fellow-led networks have incredible potential to harness the creative and collective power of this community. So what are we learning about how groups within the Fellowship make change happen?
5th April 2019
An article by: Claire Doran
Wanting to engage more with the RSA? Filling out or updating your MyRSA profile helps Fellows and RSA staff discover you to weave connections, support innovative projects, and bring your expertise to research projects.
3rd April 2018
An article by: Arrun Degenhardt
RSA Fellowship Development Coordinator Arrun Degenhardt examines how networks such as the Fellowship are key to solving the biggest challenges we face
EVENTS AND COLLABORATION SPACES
Once you've got yourself set up online, why not think about attending one of the many RSA events that happen across the UK and globally?
RSA House provides a Central London home for our Fellowship, with Breakfast Clubs, Friday Conversations and regular Fellow-led events all taking place at Rawthmells. Most of our events and meet-ups, however, happen outside of London, with many more happening outside of the UK.
The RSA website showcases the writing of our staff and Fellowship. With a focus on detailed, informed responses to the pressing issues of the day, we encourage you to contribute your expertise to the ongoing discussion.
At the RSA, we believe that everyone should have the power to turn their ideas into reality. We offer Fellows a range of opportunities to expand their projects and initiative to create positive social change.
Fellowship events run across the UK and beyond, with the majority happening outside London. Running an event is a great way to make new connections, develop your ideas, and collaborate with other Fellows.
16th May 2019
An article by: Dana Brown FRSA
Dana Brown explores the 'care crisis' in America.
8th April 2019
An article by: Philippa Roberts FRSA
Philippa Roberts FRSA is co-founder and CEO of Binit UK, a value-led waste services business, and a 2016 recipient of Catalyst funding.
13th March 2020
Rawthmells Coffeehouse (RSA House), London
Every Friday from midday in Rawthmells at The Steps, our mini amphitheatre, is filled with social change conversations.
LEARNING AND SHARING IDEAS
RSA Fellowship provides extraordinary resources for both giving and taking.
No matter how you want to participate in the Fellowship, or at what level, you will certainly find ample opportunities to take something away from our 30,000-strong Fellowship and give something back to it.