Project Worldwide | Texas Exes

Project Worldwide | Texas Exes

About Project Worldwide 

Texas Exes and the Department of Diversity and Community Engagement partner together to create a national service initiative, Project Worldwide. Project Worldwide takes place in the month of February in conjunction with The Project, The University of Texas at Austin’s largest day of service, which takes place the last Saturday of February every year. By teaming up, the DDCE and the Texas Exes have extended community service throughout the month of February and around the globe through Project Worldwide. 

Project Worldwide Handbook 

This handbook is designed to guide you through planning a successful service activity.  If you already have a service activity in place, or you conduct projects throughout the year, you could simply schedule one of them to occur in the month of February and register the event with the Texas Exes. 

Why participate in Project Worldwide?

  • Great PR for the Chapter
  • Highlights UT and Texas Exes all over the country
  • Reminds your local community of the great things your members are doing
  • Engages new alumni that may not have previously been involved with the Chapter
  • Chapters who participate in community service events note that alumni not previously involved with the group are participating in these types of community service activities.

Project Worldwide Conference Call Notes 

  • November 15, 2016- Serious Minded Content and Key Priority Events
    • What are Key Priority Events 
    • ​Event collaborations
    • Advocacy and including your representatives at events 
    • How to use LinkedIn to connect with Alumni and Speakers in your area
    • Project Worldwide- getting started
    • Texas Independence Day 
  • January 11, 2017- Project Worldwide 30 days out 
    • ​​Choosing a Service Project
    • ​Marketing your event 
    • Volunteer recruitment 
    • Event Kit requests 
    • Event Check lists 
    • Organizing day of 

For questions, contact the Texas Exes at (512) 840-5637, or send an e-mail to Megan Yeager at [email protected]