E2E Connection

Volunteer Advisor Information

What are the Potential Benefits to Volunteer Advisors?

  • to help improve the University’s sense of community

  • to provide leadership opportunities

  • to provide an inside view of another’s job

  • to provide an anchor at UTD for a new employee

  • to provide an outlet for new ideas and feedback about new or veteran current projects.

  • to provide a way to meet new colleagues and expand networks


How do I become an E2E Volunteer Advisor?

  1. We ask that you would consider being an E2E Volunteer Advisor for at least one year.
  2. Fill out the Volunteer Advisor Application to provide us with the information needed to put you in our E2E database. Your application will be reviewed and you will be contacted, by email, about approval.
  3. After approval, you will be contacted about Training.
    A morning or afternoon session will be available and will consist of:

    • E2E Program Introduction - 10 minutes
    • Review of resources available - 20 minutes
    • Role-playing the Volunteer Advisor’s actions - 20 minutes
    • Question/Answers and wrap up - 10 minutes

  4. After attending Training, please download the Volunteer Advisor Contact Form (Excel file). Use it to track the advisees that you help. Directions are at the bottom of the form.
  5. Review the List of Volunteers and bookmark the page. If you can not answer an Advisee's question, you can further assist the Advisee by searching this full list of Volunteers and suggesting another Volunteer to contact.





Updated: February 26, 2009

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