Help our students, become a Futures Partner

As a former student of Christ Church, you have experience, skills, resources and contacts that can really help students. We are immensely grateful to alumni who offer these resources to Christ Church in a range of voluntary activities, making an invaluable contribution to the life of the University.

How can you help?

We have various volunteer Futures Partners roles to match you time commitments, interest and expertise:

  • Futures Mentor: Support current students with advice and guidance in a 1:1 capacity based on your career experience
  • Futures Coach: Support our Futures scholarship holders throughout their studies at Christ Church from their first week to their last day
  • Futures Guide: Support our students and recent graduates in sharing your knowledge, skills and expertise
  • Futures Placements: Make an impact by offering a Futures work related experience to a student
  • Futures Stories: Inspire others with your personal or professional success story

Read more about the roles and how to get involved.

Hear from some of our current volunteers

“I would have loved a mentor…”

Mike Spencer, Exec Producer of ITV's Love Island

Executive Producer of ITV’s Love Island, Mike Spencer (BA (Hons) Film, Radio and Television Studies with Media and Cultural Studies – 2007) mentors a current student. He talks about how he got involved and why.

Sign me up now?

If you have been inspired by what you’ve read, register your interest in being a Futures Partner today!