Life after City Year
Our alumni go on to roles across the public, private and charity sector and more than 9 out of 10 are in education or employment within 3 months of finishing their City Year. Find out what some of them have been up to and how, as an alum, you can stay involved.
Meet our alumni
When Rodney graduated from university he didn’t have a career in mind and was simply looking for something worthwhile. He joined City Year London in its infancy and a decade later, is a City Year UK trustee and chair of our alumni committee. In 2018, Rodney was named in Empower’s list of 50 Ethnic Minority Future Leaders.Read Rodney's story
Beth was one of our first City Year Mentors in the West Midlands and ended up joining our staff team and staying for a further four years! Since leaving, she has continued to support social mobility either through direct roles, or at institutions with a clear strategy to support all young people regardless of background.Read Beth's story
Saajidah volunteered in Greater Manchester in 2016 following her A Levels. Through City Year UK she found her passion for working with children who need extra support and that’s exactly what she has been doing ever since. She talks about the positive impact she was able to make and the difference the children made to her!Read Saajidah's story
A new generation of social leaders
It is striking how many of our alumni carry their commitment to social change with them. A snapshot survey found that nearly three quarters have volunteered or participated in a community service project after City Year, while 33% work in education and 22% in the charity sector.Find out more from our alumni here
Are you an alum?
If so, you’re part of a unique community that has shared a transformative experience and it doesn’t stop when you graduate. We’re building a network so you can connect with your former team members, reach out to other alumni on a similar path, or help a current volunteer on their City Year journey.
Stay part of the movement!
Keep in touch through Linkedin, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or direct.Contact us
Recently graduated from City Year UK?
Got more to give?
Join us at a social or networking event to share your experiences with other alumni or this year’s volunteers. Could you be a Bridge Builder? Applications are by October.Become a Bridge Builder
Made up of alumni for alumni, it’s aiming to develop an alumni community and thriving support network, promote ongoing social action and encourage alumni to support current City Year Mentors.Email to join alumni committee
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Don’t forget that City Year UK is keen to retain great people. If you’re an alum, why not consider remaining part of the movement by moving from volunteer to staff member?Vacancies