Integrated Chemists of the Philippines (ICP)
The Integrated Chemists of the Philippines (ICP), organized in 1974, is the official organization of chemists in matters related to the professional practice of chemistry, legal aspects, chemistry laboratory accreditation, board examinations, the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), and Continuing Professional Education (CPE).
Membership to the ICP is open to registered chemists, chemical technicians or non-Filipino nationals authorised by the Philippine Regulation Commission (PRC) to practice the chemistry profession.*
Kapisanang Kimika ng Pilipinas (KKP)
The Kapisanang Kimika ng Pilipinas (KKP) was founded in 1927 as the Chemical Society of the Philippines. From an organization of licensed chemists, the society has evolved into a broad organization of licensed and unlicensed chemists, scientists from allied disciplines, and students.
Membership to the KKP is open to registered chemists, holders of a bachelor’s or a graduate degree in chemistry or in any of the allied sciences provided their research is related to Chemistry.*
Philippine Association of Chemistry Teachers (PACT)
The Philippine Association of Chemistry Teachers, PACT, organized in Manila, Philippines in 1961 envisions itself as a dynamic partner of the Philippine government in national development, social transformation, and economic advancement through excellence in chemistry education and community service; and in cooperation with other chemistry societies to serve as a resource for God and country in the professional development of chemistry educators/teachers.
Membership to the PACT is open to teachers of chemistry or any of the allied sciences in basic, higher and technical-vocational educational institutions duly recognized by the Philippine government.*
Philippine Association of Chemistry Students (PACS)
Established in 1964, the Philippine Association of Chemistry Students, Incorporated, (PACS Inc.), is a national, non-stock, non-profit organization geared towards the awareness and improvement of chemistry in the Philippines. The organization has over 900 members from different schools in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao – future chemists, biochemists, and chemical engineers of our nation.
Membership to the PACS is open to undergraduate students pursuing a degree in chemistry or in any of the allied sciences.*
*Membership to the PFCS is through the member societies. An individual can be an active member of one or more PFCS Member Societies.