Alumni and Ambassador Network
The Brokerage Alumni and Ambassador Network is made up of past and present candidates who have gained access to an array of opportunities through The Brokerage. 

Our alumni and ambassador members act as champions for The Brokerage, helping to inspire the next generation of talent.

Brokerage Alumni members are those who have been through our programmes and are now working in their career of choice.

Brokerage Ambassadors are candidates currently on Brokerage programmes and progressing towards their chosen careers.

We regularly inform the network about volunteering, fundraising, event and career opportunities that will help them to enhance their personal and professional development. 

Check out our 2015 Alumni yearbook, to read more about what some of our alumni members are doing - it has features on trading, insurance, setting up a young professionals network, changing career, volunteering & fundraising. 

WCI networking eventBrokerage alumni members, Dimaggio and Deangelo speaking at our annual summer networking event

As a member, you can help support The Brokerage in the following ways:

  • Champion our work within your own organisation. If your team is looking for an intern, school leaver, apprentice or new grad - come to us! 
  • Volunteer at workshops and career masterclasses.
  • Connect with The Brokerage on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to stay up to date with what is happening at The Brokerage.
  • Fundraise for us by taking part in our annual Challenge Fundraising activities, or make a one-off/regular donation via our JustGiving page.
  • Provide us with an update on your current status for us to include in our successful case studies.

London to Brighton Cycle RideBrokerage alumni and ambassador members taking part in the 2016 London to Brighton Cycle Ride

For more information, please email [email protected]

Sessions and workshops

Over 2000 students engaged in our school-based sessions and workshops in 2016

Corporates

Overall, we've worked with over 125 companies to help fill their school leaver, apprenticeship and graduate roles

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