Transforming lives, one student at a time.
Are you interested in using your talent, experience and expertise to make a true difference to a student’s future?
Become a Futures Partner today and make a real impact by offering your time in various roles.
Quite often students are lacking confidence, and they need a bit of help to find their direction. As a coach there are lots of opportunities to support, influence and guide, and that’s the bit I absolutely love. You very quickly see someone flourish, and you know that the work you’re doing with them is having an impact. It's really powerful.Shelley NyeFutures Coach
Whatever your expertise or however much time you’re able to offer, we have a rewarding Futures Partner role for you.
Are you interested in sharing your professional experience to help students move forward in their career journey, encouraging and challenging when necessary?
The Futures mentoring programme is designed to help students connect with somebody who can relate to them based on their professional experience and career path. The role of a mentor is to support their mentee in their career aspirations and goals. The foundations of a careers mentoring relationship is to create a safe and friendly environment for the mentee to explore their future career, build their knowledge and add to their skill set.
A unique opportunity to support our Futures scholarship holders throughout their studies at Christ Church from their first week to their last day.
As a Futures Coach your role will be to make a positive impact on the personal growth, confidence, and career advancement of your scholar. Using your expertise and knowledge, you will support and empower the scholar through effective listening, challenging and guiding. If you think you can offer one of our scholarship holders a fresh perspective, have a real interest in the success of others and are prepared to offer an empathic ear, this could be the role for you.
Our students tell us they are keen to network and learn from alumni. As a Futures Guide you will connect with students through various opportunities, a flexible and rewarding way to support the next generation of Christ Church students.
As a Futures Guide you could be a guest speaker at events, offer career panel sessions, be an alumni judge on special programme competitions or volunteer at campus-based recruitment and information sessions for prospective students. You could be an online Futures Guide, answering queries, offer your company premises for an alumni/student event, or host an industry panel session. Whichever way you think you can help our students, we will find the right opportunity.
Make an impact by offering a Futures work related experience to a student looking to maximise their potential.
A placement, or work related experience can play a vital role in shaping our students’ future. It can also be extremely beneficial to your organisation, as students can bring knowledge, enthusiasm and alternative approaches that could enhance your existing workforce and working practices. Please contact us to find out how your business can benefit, or to arrange a time to discuss a potential work experience opportunity.
Inspire others with your personal or professional success story. If you are looking for a quick and easy way to support our students, this is a great way of shining a spotlight on our successful alumni community and inspiring others.
We want to share your achievements and expertise with our student and alumni community through case studies, profiles and blogs. Knowledge sharing is a positive way of making an impact and helping others learn, and our alumni have a lot of experience to share! Even if you don’t want to feature yourself, you can become an by e-supporter regularly sharing our communications and profiles via social media.
It’s incredibly rewarding being a Mentor and seeing the students I work with go on to achieve the careers they want. Giving even just an hour a month to talk to a student could be the very thing that ignites their spark. It’s such a powerful thing to be part of.Iain HawthornAlumnus and Futures Mentor