As part of the activities, CITC is highlighting stories from current staff members who were previously students on the Sport Coaching Degree.
Dane, Chiara, Grace and Alex, have all previously studied with CITC and, through their workplace learning, were able to progress into various job roles across the business.
Speaking in the video Dane said: “The experience was highly valuable. It allowed me to have the opportunity to gain a real-world experience regarding working in a professional environment and being able to be linked with the football club was an amazing opportunity.”
City in the Community offer employability pathways through programmes under their Healthy Futures pillar.
The Club’s charity delivers a BSc (Hons) Sport Coaching Degree in partnership with Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU).
The programmes bring together CITC’s community football coaching knowledge with Manchester Metropolitan’s academic expertise, to offer the best of both worlds and an integrated path to rewarding career goals.
The degree combines classroom - and practical - based teaching at MMU’s newly launched Institute of Sport with work-based learning at the state-of-the-art Etihad Campus.
This mix is designed to help students develop a comprehensive skillset in coaching, sport development, performance analysis, strength, and conditioning and more.
Interested in the Community Football Coaching degree?
UCAS applications are open, to join the September 2024 cohort.
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If you would like to support CITC and its work, you can this Christmas through Manchester City’s ‘The Greatest Season of All’ campaign.
For every purchase a fan makes for a range of selected Christmas retail clothing items, available online and in the City Store, the Club will donate £5 to its charity, City in the Community.
Fans can also make additional donations at the tills in the stadium store, when checking out during their purchase journey for match tickets and via www.mancity.com/CITC.
City in the Community empowers healthier lives with city youth through football.
To find out more, visit www.mancity.com/CITC or follow the charity on social media @CITCmancity.