Un Youth Alumni

Our Alumni can be found across the globe. Among their ranks are Rhodes scholars, Supreme Court Judges clerks, and young professionals working in business, not-for-profits, ministries, High Commissions and even the United Nations!

How to stay involved

We value the support of our alumni and would love to stay in touch. Alumni can become involved by serving on the trust board, speaking at our events, offering their skill set to help UN Youth develop, attending alumni events and being a mentor in the UN Youth mentorship programme, which is in the process of being developed.

If you are an alumni member and would like to get in touch or stay in touch with us - you can do this by being added to our mailing list for quarterly newsletters, joining our alumni Facebook page or joining our alumni Linkedin page.

Please email kya.lal@unyouth.org.nz to be placed in our alumni network and to find out more about how to contribute. 

UN Youth Trust

The UN Youth New Zealand Trust was established to secure the long-term financial future of the organisation, providing a vehicle for fundraising, investment, and the receipt of charitable donations. It allows for windfalls and excess revenues to be redistributed back into UN Youth to benefit its administration and educational programmes. The members of the Trust Board are typically UN Youth Alumni, although some independent contributions are also sought. Becoming a member of the Trust Board provides valuable experience for young professionals that can otherwise be very difficult to obtain.

For more information about the trust, please contact the current Trust Board Chairperson, Rahul Govindan at rahul.govindan@nzte.govt.nz

Alumni Events