Team Up committees are our ambassadors on campus, creating a community of engaged students at their university.
Our 2015-16 Imperial Committee Members: Tom Reed (Events), Tom Shering (President), Harry Wilkinson (Secretary). Picture by Maahwish Mirza
What's the function of Team Up committees?
Our committees play an essential role, supporting the Team Up Hub in recruiting, motivating and supporting our tutors, and also in providing enrichment activities for our school pupils.
Being a part of a Team Up committee is also a great way to further develop your communication, leadership and management skills. In addition, we arrange regular meetings with representatives of our committees, which present opportunities to shape the strategy and direction of our organisation.
What roles are available on the committee?
Committee presidents are responsible for leading and managing their university’s Team Up committee, holding its members to account for their work. More information can be found here.
Committee secretaries are responsible for the administration and communications of their university’s Team Up committee. More information can be found here.
Committee treasurers are responsible for the finances of their university’s Team Up committee. They handle reimbursement as well as budgeting, assisted by Team Up staff. More information can be found here.
Project officers are responsible for planning and managing a number of projects, from raising funds for Team Up's work, to organising special events to engage their university's community of tutors. More information can be found here.
Does my university have a committee?
There are active Team Up committees at the following universities:
- Queen Mary, University of London
If you are studying at a London university and would like to be kept updated with the activities of your committee including upcoming events and socials, please contact Tom at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How do you stand to be a committee member?
Some committees hold a AGM (Annual General Meeting) to elect new committee members in the Summer Term. If you are interested and attend either KCL, Imperial College, or QMUL, please email email@example.com and we will send you more information.
If you study at either LSE, Goldsmiths, City, SOAS, or Westminster, you will need to submit an application via one of the following forms:
If you have volunteered with before, please complete the form here to apply.
If you have not volunteered with us before, please complete the form here to apply.
If you don’t see your university represented here, drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in setting up a team at your university, and we will be back in touch with you within a fortnight.