Opportunities

The following Warriors Together opportunities are open to all registered alumni volunteers. For more information, contact Alumni Volunteer Coordinator Kim Easley at kim.easley@wayne.edu

student success

STEM DAY

Help students find their way around campus during this hands-on science, technology, engineering and math event. If you have STEM experience, consider volunteering to lead a session. This event takes place across the Wayne State University campus from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on Tuesday, March 10. To sign up, please fill out this form

OPEN HOUSE

Welcome prospective students and their families to campus and share your Wayne State stories as future Warriors explore their academic options on Saturday, March 21. To sign up, please fill out this form

ADMITTED STUDENT DAY

Welcome prospective students and their families to campus and share your Wayne State stories during this key recruiting event on Saturday, April 4. To sign up, please fill out this form

AP DAY

Help students find their way around campus during this day of campus exploration and insight. This event takes place across the Wayne State University campus from 10 a.m.-noon on Tuesday, April 21. To sign up, please fill out this form.

THE W FOOD PANTRY

Volunteers play a key role in The W's success. Help students in need by signing up for a shift. Your duties may include collecting, unloading and organizing donation boxes. To arrange a time for a group to volunteer together, write to thew@wayne.edu.

WARRIOR WARDROBE

You can clean out your closet and help students succeed by donating gently worn clothing to Wayne State's new Warrior Wardrobe, which offers casual and career clothing to currently admitted students free of charge. Donations can be dropped off at the Welcome Center or Career Services — visit the Warrior Wardrobe website for details.

 

TEALS COMPUTER SCIENCE LITERACY PROGRAM

Help inspire, engage and encourage high school students to study computer science as a volunteer with TEALS (Technology Education and Literacy in Schools). You do not need to be a computer science expert — as long you are comfortable speaking in front of groups, you will be given the necessary tools and information. When you volunteer with TEALS, you'll connect with students and teachers while helping to build and grow high school computer science programs in Detroit and across the metro area. Get more details and complete the volunteer form today.

TEDxWayneStateU EVENT VOLUNTEER

Be part of Wayne State's independently organized TED event Illuminate by volunteering on the evening of Wednesday, March 25. Fill out the registration form to choose your volunteer preferences, and write to tedxwaynestateclub@wayne.edu with questions.