RSA U25 Fellowship
Under 25? Become a Fellow for £1 per week
Bring your voice, ideas, energy and expertise to our community of changemakers.
At the RSA, we are committed and passionate about regenerating our world through collective action – leading social impact initiatives for nearly 270 years.
If you’re aged 18-25 become a Fellow for £1 a week, support the work of the RSA and access opportunities to amplify your impact. Together we can enable people, places and the planet to flourish in harmony.
What are the benefits of RSA Fellowship?
We like to say that as changemakers, our Fellows are better informed, better connected, and better committed to creating a better future for all. What does this mean?
Connect and engage
Connect and engage with our community and build your own network on Circle, our online platform for Fellows. Use FRSA (Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts) after your name to let everyone know you are one of us.
Attend weekly events with world-class speakers, access a suite of research and changemaking projects, support our Design for Life mission, receive our award-winning Journal to your door.
Amplify your work
Host a Fellow-led event, publish a comment piece, develop your ideas by collaborating with other Fellows.
Work from RSA House
Our historic building, in the heart of London, has bookable meeting spaces, a superb library, the best coffee in Covent Garden and opportunities to meet Fellows.
Meet our changemakers
Ethan is a digital designer, community manager and film-maker. He currently works for the Fulbright Program’s global alumni platform, Fulbrighter, collaborating with the US Government on global strategy for Fulbright’s alumni and grantees in over 180 countries.
Sukhjeen is founder and CEO of Chronically Brown, a non-profit organisation working towards tackling the stigma of disability within the South Asian community. She started Chronically Brown as a result of her own experiences of people not understanding or accepting her disabilities
Nikita educates students, founders, enterprises and public sector professionals about the impact of artificial intelligence on the future of work, equipping them with strategies and toolkits to augment themselves with this new tech.
ZeZe is the young founder of Emotion Dysregulation in Autism, the UK’s only charity to provide peer support autistic young people with in-patient experience to reintegrate back into community. She has lived experience and knows first-hand the systemic harm caused.
The RSA is a space where I can come and work extremely effectively, where I can meet other people and then there were a whole load of benefits that I didn’t even realise – an incredible library, amazing Fellows who I get to chat to over lunch who are doing all kinds of wonderful and interesting things, and now I can invite other people to the RSA and collaborate with them.
RSA content about young people you might find interesting
Toby Murray Nik Gunn
Young people are on the frontline of the cost-of-living crisis. Here we explore what the cost of living crisis means for the economic security of young people.
Matthew Johnson Elliott Johnson
A universal basic income can alleviate anxiety and depression in young people. Elliott and Matthew Johnson of Northumbria University explore the benefits this kind of economic security can deliver.
RSA work young changemakers have been involved in
Rachel Drapper, CEO and founder of Fairshare, discusses domestic labour inequity, gender roles and the way forward for those in our community who are striving for equity inside and outside the home.
Mya-Rose Craig is a 20-year-old birdwatcher, environmentalist and activist, author and RSA Fellow. Read our conversation with her as part of our Featured Fellow Q&A series.