The Society is owned by its membership, but exists for the benefit of all.
After becoming a member of the Society, there are many ways in which you can get more involved. The Society has over 250 volunteers supporting the important work that we do.
Many volunteers sit on committees, help run national and local meetings, support our special interest groups, sit on editorial boards, and get involved in education or outreach activities.
The Society is fortunate to have many volunteers who are always keen to support us. Over the last few years, our volunteers have been involved with many public events at several RHS gardens, the Great Yorkshire Show, activities linked with BBC Weather Watchers, a range of science festivals as well as talks and careers events at schools.
No specific experience is needed - if you have a passion for meteorology or climate science and are interested in helping broaden peoples’ understanding and enthusiasm for the subject, then please get in contact with us.
Equally, if you have an idea for an event we should be at, an organisation we could collaborate with, or would like to suggest a topic for a meeting, please email us at email@example.com.
Different Ways to Get Involved
There are many ways in which you can get involved with the work of the Society
- Learn more about the Society
- Would you consider becoming a trustee? Find out about our Council
- Support our educational activities - become a Met Ambassador
- Suggest a topic for a meeting - email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Register an interest with Local Centres and Special Interest Groups
If you would like to learn more about the ways in which you can get involved, why not contact us?