Get involved

There are so many ways for members and others to support our work to improve child health. Apply for a committee role, support our exams and courses or volunteer in our global programmes. We also invite you to support our crucial work with a financial donation.

Some of our volunteering opportunities

Volunteering opportunity

England Area Officer (South) - volunteering opportunity

England Area Officers represent the views of members in their area at Council and report back RCPCH activities and Council discussions to their members. The College is currently looking for a England Area Officer for South, who will represent Kent Surrey Sussex, Thames Valley, South Western and Wes...
Volunteering opportunity

Officer for Ireland - volunteering opportunity

RCPCH Members are invited to apply for the role of Officer for Ireland. This role is the College's most senior leadership role for members residing in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. This is an exciting, challenging and rewarding role for members wishing to make a difference through en...
Volunteering opportunity

SAS Committee - volunteering opportunities

The Specialist, Associate Specialist and Specialty Doctors (SAS) committee works with the College to explore and move forward the issues relating to SAS doctors and other doctors in comparable non-training, non-standard grades working in paediatrics.

We are improving health outcomes for children and young people in the UK and around the world. How can you play a part?

News and blogs about volunteering

President's blog

Welcoming new members and looking ahead - President’s update

Steve reflects on the recent Membership Ceremony in Manchester where members, fellows, family and friends gathered to celebrate new paediatricians. There is also information on all the ways to get involved at the College and an update on the recently announced UK General Election.
President's blog

Greetings from Kerala - President's blog

Camilla writes her latest message from the 61st annual conference of the Indian Academy of Pediatrics, where she has led on talks on empowering women in child health leadership roles. There's been a full day of talks on vaccines and this is a good reminder for all members to "Think measles". Plus, a...