As a society, BioSoc are always looking for potential sponsorship opportunities and support in any way! We aim to provide our members the best experience in socials, sports, and career advice/events, so any funding towards improving these activities would be much appreciated.
We are open to the idea of having our sponsor's logo on committee/sports clothing that we print, or welcoming sponsor representatives to events, or even advertising job/internship opportunities on our social media and SU webpage. If you are interested in sponsoring us, please email email@example.com.
For the 2019/2020 year, we have 5 sponsors - The Royal Society of Biology, Operation Wallacea, TeachFirst, Campus and Pryzm. We are extremely proud to be partnered with these companies and are working closely alongside them all year.
Each company benefits our members greatly and they all offer different services. Campus and Pryzm are sponsoring our socials throughout the year and enabling us to give our members the best nights out in Nottingham.
Operation Wallacea gives members the chance to volunteer abroad at amazing wildlife reserves and giving them incredible scientific experience.
TeachFirst help our members get into teaching and they also run workshpos with us on networking and CV building - essential skills that our members really value.
Since 2016, BioSochas been an affiliated group with the Royal Society of Biology (RSB)! This is part of our aim to help you academically and on your career path in the Biology world!
Through BioSoc, you can get discounted membership (only £12.50!) to the RSB which has a variety of benefits:
Strengthening your CV: Membership demonstrates to employers your qualifications, experience and commitment to being a professional bioscientist.
Money off books: Take advantage of a 20% discount on all life science titles from leading academic publishers Wiley Blackwell and Oxford University Press.
Travel Grants: Five awards of £500 are made available each year to student members of the Society. The grants afford the opportunity of overseas travel in connection with biology.
Join our network: Get access to a network of experienced biologists - members include your lecturers as well as your future colleagues and employers.
The Biologist: Receive a free subscription to the RSB leading magazine The Biologist. Biology is brought to life through an impressive range of review articles, whilst topical pieces discuss science policy, new developments or controversial issues. The magazine is published 6 times a year.
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