As a Churchill Fellow you become part of a unique network of individuals. United by the experience of the Fellowship you have much to share with each other across a wide range of expertise. There are several ways in which you can do this:
- Our Regional Associations are well-established, regional networks, with 14 covering the whole of the UK. They help publicise the Fellowships in their regions, as well as organising meetings and social functions for local Fellows.
- Our Thematic Networks are broad topic based networks that are intended to encourage lateral thinking and collaboration, and correlate with the topics in our Communities of Practice Area. We also use these networks to share information, funding opportunities and events.
If you are not already part of one of these networks, please get in touch and we will connect you. If your field is not yet represented and you’d like to start your own network, or host a one-off event, please see the 'Creating a Network' document.
We are also on the following social media channels. We post regular updates and encourage Fellows to share relevant updates on their Fellowship and work:
- Twitter and we follow all Fellows on Twitter
- LinkedIn Company
- LinkedIn Fellows' Group