We'd love for you to get involved

As an RCN student member, you can get more involved by becoming a student ambassador, attending Congress or standing for election to represent your peers.

What is a Student Ambassador? 

RCN Student Ambassadors at your place of study can let you know about any upcoming student events, help you access the RCN Library and Archive Service, and make sure you are accessing all the benefits you are entitled to as an RCN student member.

Could you be a Student Ambassador?

Becoming a Student Ambassador is a great way to gain valuable experience for your CV or portfolio when you’re applying for that all-important first nursing job. You’ll also be the first to know about upcoming events and training days and have the opportunity to become involved in consultations that affect nursing students.

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“Student ambassadors drive the voice of the RCN at their universities. Part of the role is about trying to instil that fire and passion you have in fellow students and colleagues”

RCN testimonial Scott Doughty,  Vice chair of the RCN Students Committee
RCN Magazines

"We can roar loudly"

Student ambassadors can play a crucial role in supporting RCN campaigns, say Scott and Gemma

Read the full article in the RCN's Student Magazine