The following opportunities are open to all registered alumni volunteers. To participate — or to learn about more specialized volunteer opportunities that fit your interests — contact Alumni Volunteer Coordinator Kim Easley at kim.easley@wayne.edu


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.


The team that coordinates the independently organized TED event on campus is searching for speakers to showcase in early 2020. Check out videos of April 2019 speakers (Charles Shanley '83, M.D. '87, Fares Ksebati '13, Mike Silvio '88, M.B.A. '93) and get in touch with Kim Easley to suggest your own ideas worth spreading.

student success


Help raise funds for student scholarships by volunteering to help during Wayne State's annual cycling event on Saturday, August 17. The Baroudeur is a fun, noncompetitive event that gives riders an opportunity to explore the Motor City on two wheels while helping economically disadvantaged students pursue higher education. Choose from an early shift (5 a.m.-noon) or a later one (10 a.m.-4 p.m.) and select your areas of interest by filling out the volunteer form today.  


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.