Volunteer

Volunteering your time and expertise is an easy way to make a difference in the life of a student and your alma mater’s vibrant community. We have many rewarding student-focused, Faculty-level and University-wide volunteer opportunities for alumni. Make a connection, share your experiences and inspire the next generation of engineers today. 

Explore Opportunities

Outgoing or introverted, social or career-minded, there are many ways to share your strengths and expertise with Engineering.  When you share your time and expertise, you enrich the lives of everyone at the University, becoming central to our vibrant community. And the experience gives you so much back.  Come explore the many ways to volunteer at the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering:

Serve as an Alumni Representative on Faculty Council

If you’re interested in making an impact on student recruitment and outreach, quality of life within the Faculty community, policy related to any academic awards, and the promotion of improved teaching methods and resources, there are a variety of committees and task forces that require volunteer contributions from alumni.

Become a Regional Ambassador

Connect with students and fellow alumni in your area. 

Serve on the U of T’s College of Electors

The College of Electors Member serves as one of 48 alumni representing 26 constituent alumni associations of the University of Toronto Alumni Association (UTAA)

Serve on a U of T Alumni Committee

Since 1900, the UTAA has been committed to encouraging alumni participation in the life of the University of Toronto.

Become an Alumni Applicant Assessor

Alumni input enables the Faculty to extend offers of admission to talented future engineers.

Become a Reunion Ambassador

Skule™ Alumni Ambassadors are essential to keeping your class connected with U of T Engineering.

Become a Project Client for Engineering Strategies & Practice

ESP is looking for volunteers to act as clients, throughout this learning process

Hire a Current Engineering Student

Learn ways to hire an Engineering student, including through our PEY Co-op program.

Mentor a Student

Alumni Mentors share their knowledge and experience and provide students with the encouragement and insights they need to get a great start to their careers

Share advice with new grads

Skule Alumni share their advice and best wishes with the graduating class.

EAN Committees

The Engineering Alumni Network or EAN (formerly known as the Engineering Alumni Association) is the umbrella organization for over 50,000 alumni who are graduates of the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering at the University of Toronto, (Faculty).

The Engineering Alumni Network Executive Board (Board) guides, and supports the relationships amongst alumni, students, and the Faculty in order to foster a vibrant (synergistic, nurturing, strong, cohesive, supportive, etc.) U of T Engineering Community. 

There are four committees of the Engineering Alumni Network whose objectives and existence help advance the priorities of alumni relations and the Engineering Alumni Network Board. 

Regional Ambassadors

U of T Engineering has over 50,000 alumni in more than 130 countries around the world. If you are looking to connect with our community, our Engineering Regional Ambassadors are here to help. Whether you’re an alumnus looking to meet fellow alumni in your area, or an interested student looking to meet others from your region, our Ambassadors are knowledgeable about both the Faculty and the community in your area.  

We are always looking for Ambassadors to help support our existing communities or expand into new areas. 

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Post and browse your own volunteer opportunities within the Jobs Board of U of T Engineering CONNECT. Select the ‘’Volunteer’’ category in your post.  Watch this how-to video to learn more about posting a role: How to Post or Find a Job on your Platform 

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