Class of 2014 / 15


After her year at GAP, Kendal decided that understanding the impact we have on the environment and being a catalyst for change was something she wanted to explore further.

She enrolled in University to purse an MA in Environment, politics and globalization.

She also successfully found employment at GAP, within the Business Development team, 1 day a week.

“You learn so much – if you have something you want to develop, the support you get and the options are just amazing. There was no time when I wanted to learn something and I couldn’t. I don’t think I could have learnt what I learnt at GAP anywhere else – I hope the other Catalysts have the same experience!


Aaron works as a Customer Advisor for EE in their retail shops. Using the relationship and team building skills he cultivated as a Programme Assistant, to prosper in the role.

He has also been and continues to work as an Ambassador for GAP. Attending and supporting GAP booths at numerous Eco Interactive events.

“My time at GAP has been eye opening and has given me so much in both skill and self-belief that I now feel really positive about my future. I’ve been through highs and lows and the people at GAP have really supported me through this. I probably didn’t express it as much as I could have done while I was there but I really appreciate the support and the opportunity that GAP has given me.


Using the relationship and networking skills she developed during her Programme Assistant tenure, Zanna secured the position of Commissioner Outreach Assistant. This is a research role with the Business and Sustainable Development Commission, who work out of GAP's offices.

“I learnt a lot of transferable skills at GAP particularly in being part of a project delivery team, learning to work towards deadlines and understanding how project time is resourced and costed.’ Gap particularly cares about your career aspirations and tries to support that as much as possible.


Karimm now works as a football coach with young people in and around London
He is able to utilise the skills and experience he gained from the Catalyst Youth programme, to motivate and empower the young people he comes into contact with.


Saaqib now works with a young person’s organisation that delivers learning in diversity and sexual health to schools and communities.

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