Geography Ambassador Scheme - Getting involved
We recognise that your time is more limited due to work commitment, and the majority of Graduate Ambassadors tend to give their time at specific events throughout the Scheme's calendar. Below are some examples and dates for events at the Society can be found here
- Restless Earth Workshops
- Going Places with Geography for Year 12 pupils
- Bridging the Gap events
In addition to the above events some Graduate Ambassadors are able to do visits in schools having been given leave from their employer. Most go back to their old schools, nearby schools or schools linked to their employer (if appropriate).
For all activity as part of the scheme we can reimburse your travel, just fill in this Expenses Claim Form and email it to us at the email address at the bottom of this page.
The Ambassador Scheme's flagship event, where year 12 pupils can come to the Society for help with UCAS applications, choosing the right university and geography course, hear from Ambassadors currently studying at university, as well as attending a session from geography graduates working in a variety of job sectors.
Restless Earth Workshops
The British Cartography Society (BCS) has a full programme of events know as Restless Earth Workshops, focusing on mapping and disaster management for year 9 pupils. Both undergraduate and graduate Geography Ambassadors help out with these sessions, along with colleagues from Esri UK and the BCS themselves.
Find out more information and read a list of all the workshops here.
The Restless Earth Workshops are coordinated by Alice Gadney. Contact: email@example.com
Getting involved with the Society and Support
The Society is the heart and home of geography, and has numerous avenues of support for professional geographers in all professions. Whether it's professional accreditation, networking, fellowship or simply returning to the subject you enjoyed studying at university, the Society welcomes all geographers.
Our Chartered Geographer accreditation is the only internationally recognised accreditation for professional geographers and includes Fellowship to the Society.
There are many ways to become a member of the Society, whether it be a more casual ordinary membership, Postgraduate Fellowship if you're studying a Masters of a PhD, or normal Fellowship, there is a membership option to suit everyone. Find out more.
Public Engagement and Regional Events
The Society has a full programme of regional public engagement events every year, which anyone is welcome to attend. From 21st Century Challenges our panel discussions based around contemporary affairs to events using our extensive collections, there's something to draw you in to the Society whatever your geographical interests. Find out more
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If you have any further questions about any aspect of how to get involved with the Society, please contact us on Ambassadors@rgs.org | 020 7591 3050