Join the volunteer network that organizes reunion activities and helps classmates keep in touch. Reconnect with UTS by attending the Annual Alumni Dinner, Remembrance Day Assembly, sport tournaments – and bring your classmates out, too! In this role, you’ll also be an important link between the alumni community and the Office of Advancement.
If you are interested in volunteering, or need contact information for your Year Rep, contact the Alumni Advancement Officer, at email@example.com or 416-946-7012.
2018 Mirjana Mijalkovic
2018 Benn McGregor
2017 Robert Belanger-Polak
2017 Jiyoon Moon
2016 Jacob Brown
2016 Alexander Cui
2015 Edward Feng
2015 Michael Liu
2015 Ben Mucsi
2014 Daniel Lu
2014 Sara Hwang
2014 Ilya Motamedi
2014 Garo Brik
2013 Angela Chen
2013 Emma Clarke
2013 Joshua Feldman
2013 Zachary Smith
2013 Meghan Keenan
2012 John Lai
2012 Kim Wong
2011 Emily Luk
2011 Adam Martin
2010 Abigail Ferstman
2010 Marc Shi
UTSAA Year Reps provide an important link between the members of their class and the Alumni Association and the school. Through the Year Rep network, alumni can continue to play an important role in the life of the school and act as ambassadors of UTS.
The primary functions of the Year Rep include:
Collect information about classmates or upcoming class events via e-mail or telephone for semi-annual publication of the Alumni magazine (published each Fall and Spring).
Organize or establish a reunion committee to plan 5 year reunion activities (e.g. class event, Annual Dinner participation). It is recommended that this process begin one year in advance of scheduled reunion.
Attend meetings (e.g. Year Rep strategy meetings), usually scheduled every other year.
Base term is 5 years in order to achieve continuity, but multiple terms can be served.
Co-Reps are encouraged to help share the tasks.
If you are unable to complete your term for personal circumstances, the Office of Advancement should be notified of the replacement (s) immediately.
20-30 hours annually.
In reunion years, time increases directly with each 5 year anniversary (a committee is usually struck to share the workload).
Attend UTS events when possible and encourage fellow classmates to do the same (e.g. Annual Alumni Dinner, Remembrance Day Assembly, Alumni Golf Tournament).
Communicate the concerns of your class to the Office of Advancement and make suggestions or comments on their behalf.