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Bridge Advisory Board

The Bridge Advisory Board is a student organization comprising of current and former Volunteer Bridge students and a graduate teaching assistant as the adviser. The purpose of the board is to provide Volunteer Bridge students with an outlet to voice their concerns about the program in order to help improve it and promote student success. Furthermore, the board assists in programming activities to help build a community amongst the students.

Advisory board members are expected to lead the Volunteer Bridge students by example. They must maintain a 2.5 GPA or higher, avoid judicial infractions, and serve as ambassadors of the Volunteer Bridge Program by exhibiting civility and respect to all at UT and PSCC.

Applications to join the Bridge Advisory Board for the 2017-2018 academic year are now being accepted!

  • Feel free to answer in 250 words or less
    As a leader of your peers you acknowledge that you are expected to consistently attend Bridge Advisory Board Meetings (twice a month), participate appropriately during these meetings, and help outside the meetings if it is necessary to ensure the success of the group

 

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