We want to keep supporting you once you’ve graduated. That’s why we’ve put together this list of perks and opportunities just for fellows.
Virtual action learning sets
We’re pleased to be able to offer virtual action learning sets for all fellows priced at £100 per year. For the first 28 Fellows to express an interest this will be discounted to £50! Sets will meet virtually four times over the course of a year and be facilitated by an SSE facilitator. If you’d like to join a set please contact email@example.com
Fellowship event series
February 2019 saw the launch of a new quarterly networking event for Fellows. Each event will be themed around a different topic (we kicked things off with ‘Movement Building and Money’). The next event will take place in Liverpool in the spring. More details to follow!
SSE offers the following workshops and short courses at a discounted rate to all students and fellows:
- Measuring Social Impact
- Handling Difficult Conversations
- Action Learning Facilitator Training
- Social Scaling and Replication
SSE fellows can enjoy a fast-track application for RSA Fellowship. RSA have platforms for their Fellows to connect with a brilliant network of over 29,000 people working in different areas of social innovation and change, numerous platforms for your ideas and projects through a series of events both online and across the country, thematic networks you can contribute to, and funding support available for Fellow-led projects.
RSA will also waive the initial registration fee, leaving a monthly contribution of just under £15. If you would like to take advantage of Fellowship, just email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pro bono support
TrustLaw have partnered with SSE to offer free legal assistance to any students or fellows. To be eligible for support your organisation needs to:
- Be incorporated
- Have been operating for at least one year
- Be able to prove that it has enough funds to keep running for the next 12 months
- Have a legal structure that clearly indicates your organisation is a charity or social enterprise
TrustLaw recommend registering with them even if you don’t currently need support. That way, if you ever need advice, you’ll get access to it as quickly as possible.
To get started, complete the application form here.