Interested in becoming a Yes Futures Coach?

We are now accepting applications to become a volunteer Coach for our March - July 2022 programmes.

The role of every Yes Futures Coach is to empower young people to believe in themselves.


Coaches will support students aged 8-16, coaching them either individually or in small groups to develop confidence, resilience, communication and self-awareness, through a structured personal development framework.

Every new volunteer will start as a One-to-One Coach with secondary school students. 

If you've Coached with Yes Futures on a previous programme, you can apply for our Impact Coach position supporting either primary or secondary students.  

Yes Futures runs two programmes per year, September - February and March - July. Please register your interest below to start your journey to becoming a Yes Futures Coach.  

Click the buttons below to take you to the right place! 


Being a Yes Futures Coach has been a brilliant experience for me - having the opportunity to work with and see the impact you have on critical life skills for these children is very rewarding. I would highly recommend it!

Tom - Yes Futures Coach


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One-to-one Coaching with Yes Futures

Who are we are looking for?

We are looking for passionate and dedicated individuals to be an integral part of the Yes Futures programmes as a Yes Futures Coach, working online with students who attend secondary schools across London, East Anglia and the South.

Coaching experience is not necessary as full training is provided, but commitment and enthusiasm are essential. If you have a proactive attitude and feel excited and committed to Yes Futures’ vision of helping young people become confident, resilient and lead fulfilling lives, then we want to hear from you!


What does a Yes Futures Coach do? 

You will be involved in coaching secondary school students by empowering them through our personal development programme. After completing your first programme you can progress to be an Impact Coach. You can read all about the various elements of our programme here: 

By joining Yes Futures you’ll gain:

  • Coaching skills

  • Transferable skills

  • An opportunity to make a real impact on the lives of young people

  • A supportive and friendly network

  • Leadership skills

  • Youth engagement

  • A certificate upon completion recognising your hours volunteered



We cover all expenses, provide full training, DBS checks and ongoing support throughout the programme.


If you have any questions about coaching with Yes Futures please visit our FAQ page, or contact Ollie our Community Manager: 

or download our One-to-One Coach role description and Coach journey to find out more:

Register your interest in becoming a Volunteer One-to-One Coach

Registering your interest is the first step to becoming a Yes Futures Coach. We will then send you the full application form to complete so please check your junk mail! 

If you have volunteered with Yes Futures before you are eligible to apply for our Impact Coach role. Please click here for more details.

Please note, you must consent to receive emails about coaching in order to receive the next steps of the application process


Repeat Yes Futures Volunteers

If you're at this section of the page, you're thinking about volunteering with Yes Futures AGAIN. We cannot thank you enough for your support! 

Repeat volunteers can apply for the One-to-One Coach role as described above, as well as our new Impact Coach role described below. 

Whichever you chose, please click the button below to apply as a repeat volunteer Coach. 

Impact Coach role

If you have Coached on a previous Yes Futures programme, you are eligible to progress to our Impact Coach role. 

We have introduced this after feedback from our community of Coaches wanting to develop their skills further. 

As an Impact Coach you will amplify the impact of our programmes by working closely with the Programme Manager to support all students and Coaches within a school cohort. 

  • Supporting students through delivery of coaching activities in small groups 

  • Supporting students to engage with the sessions, e.g. if shy or nervous 

  • Supporting the running of trip days, encouraging students to focus on and achieve their goals

  • Write brief notes on students after the coaching sessions and trip days

  • Supporting the Programme Manager with the running of sessions and trips

In primary schools - Finding Futures 

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In secondary schools - Rising Futures 

  • Supporting students to be prepared for their coaching session and in getting online to speak to their One-to-One Coach

  • Supporting the running of trip days, encouraging students to focus on and achieve their goals

  • Write brief notes on students after the trip days

  • Supporting Coaches through delivering/supporting the pre-session briefing and the post-session debrief

  • Supporting Coaches through observing sessions and providing tailored feedback

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