Building pathways in education takes a network of colleagues and partners who can share advice and experience, and help you find solutions. Use the information below to network before, during and after the conference. Open to all registered attendees at no additional cost.
Networking Before the Conference
Start building your professional and personal network online as soon as you register for the conference. Use the conference program to search and filter the list of conference attendees and topics being presented.
- Check out the program
The Student Union provides an environment for relaxation and social interaction, opportunities for education and exchange of thought, and services for Texas Tech students, staff, faculty and our community.
Student Activities compliments the university's academic programs
by enhancing the overall educational experiences of students through participation in social, multicultural, intellectual, community service and campus governance programs.
If you have any questions or comments please feel free to contact us.
Staff Can Help
- Women's & Gender Studies staff and volunteers are available at registration on the day of the conference located in the Student Union Building Upper Level. Do not hesitate to bring questions or concerns to their attention and they will do their best to assist you.
- Use social media to get latest conference updates and connect with your colleagues and the larger education community. Tweeting about the conference? Don't forget to include the #TTUWSC hashtag.
- You should also use this time to meet others online to follow in the future
Volunteering at a conference not only allows you to network with others but it can help attendees in reducing fees for registration. Volunteers will be required to arrive early to sign in for their scheduled time and sign out when they have completed their duty. We will work with your schedule and can work with you even if you can only volunteer for an hour.
- Volunteer Needs
- Sign up today! - Please contact the Volunteer Coordinator for the Women's Studies Program to sign up to volunteer: email@example.com or call the Women's Studies office at (806) 742-4335
Benefits of volunteering
- Volunteering connects you to others - One of the better-known benefits of volunteering is the impact on the community.
Unpaid volunteers are often the glue that holds a community together. Volunteering
allows you to connect to your community and make it a better place. However, volunteering
is a two-way street, and it can benefit you and your family as much as the cause you
choose to help. Dedicating your time as a volunteer helps you make new friends, expand
your network, and boost your social skills.
Authors: Joanna Saisan, M.S.W., Melinda Smith, M.A., and Gina Kemp, M.A., www.helpguide.org