Take advantage of the many programs and services at your disposal.
Young and young-at-heart Old Boys (less than 15 years out) have a wealth of career and networking opportunities and a long list of programs and services at your disposal.
As a young Old Boy, you'll get discounts on many events throughout the year, including golf tournaments and dinners. There are also special events organized by the Young Alumni Network catered specifically to our newest Old Boys. The UCC Association also hosts branch events in cities all around the world. No matter where you are, you can stay in touch.
You can also join the Upper Canada College Alumni groups on both Facebook and LinkedIn. With social media, there are no excuses for losing touch with Old Boys.
The Common Ties Mentorship Program helps you connect with experienced Old Boys to discuss your career as you move through university and prepare for the “real world.”
Young Alumni Network
Alumni who’ve graduated within the past 15 years are invited to join this network, which advises the UCC Association on strategies and innovations to strengthen Old Boy engagement in events, programs, communications, giving, stewardship and other areas.
Young Alumni Old Boys Night Out
This event is held in a new venue each spring to welcome Old Boys who’ve graduated within the past 15 years to come together for an evening of food, drinks, fellowship and reconnecting.
Young Speaker Series
Share your experiences while building on your range of speaking engagements. Old Boys who’ve graduated within the past 15 years are occasionally invited back to UCC to speak at morning assemblies about their experiences and tell current students about what opportunities the College provided them with that helped them after they left.