Graduates of CYM benefit from the ability to study an accredited degree programme, while exploring a specialist pathway aimed at enriching their own lives, and the lives of others. The curriculum offers both Christian and secular education, and many programmes include a JNC qualification which has a huge variety of applications in the professional field. With such a hands-on, practical degree, youth workers, chaplains, children and family workers have opportunities to experience a variety of placements, which will help them to explore working with different groups of people from all walks of life and across different settings.
Students are skilfully mentored to prepare them for work in churches, local charities or community settings (such as schools, colleges, food banks), and to take positions of responsibility, which is a key factor in long-term fulfilment. A CYM education is a valuable tool in developing outreach skills, and connecting communities for the greater good.
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