The alumni programme has over 170 alumni between the ages of 18 - 35 years old. Upon completion of the Venturers’ programme, participants graduate with a certificate and become alumni with opportunities of becoming Project Managers, Mentors, Coaches and Board Members.
All alumni continue to receive on-going mentorship and coaching as well as further supporting services and programmes such as:
Led by Raleigh Alumni Leaders, social circles are safe spaces where our young people can come together to have discussions and conversations on their different struggles and problems. Through peer support therapy, they are also to help one another through their different challenges, help find solutions, be a listening ear and help to foster a stronger supporting environment.
The Alumni Relief Programme is led by the Alumni Emergency Relief Team where they help alumni access food and supplies as well as helping with skills development workshops and training. Through this programme, alumni are also able to access the Food Pantry weekly.
To help our young people transition into adulthood, Raleigh also helps with mentorship and coaching by working one-on-one with
alumni to help with:
- Job training skills
- resume and interview skills
- budgeting and finance skills
- college and scholarship application support
Through community partnerships, Raleigh is also able to refer our alumni for the following supporting services:
- Mental Health Counselling
- Alcohol and Addiction Help Service
- Legal Aid
- GED Programmes