Created in 2012, silver volunteer recognition pins are not only a mark of recognition but allow volunteers to support other members by acting as 'volunteer ambassadors' at our conferences and events.
New 'digital volunteer recognition pin' - launched November 2019
As a result of a suggestion from an IFoA volunteer we have created digital volunteer recognition pins for use on email signatures and sharing on social media, so that volunteers can display their commitment to the profession and encourage colleagues and peers to volunteer. There are three designs to select from.
“Volunteering for the profession is a fantastic way to help advance actuarial science and provides volunteers with valuable personal and professional development opportunities. The silver volunteer recognition pins were launched back in 2012 and with the new digital pins members can promote the importance of volunteering through their network more frequently.”
Ben Stroud – Secretary of the Value of with-profits for consumers working party and CPD
Co-ordinator for the FCA
How to request a pin or digital pin
Anyone who is an IFoA volunteer and would like to receive a pin should contact Debbie Atkins.
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If you have enquiries about volunteering please contact the Engagement team
The Engagement team will respond to your email within three working days and often sooner.
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