The Women’s Council is a 16-member board governed by the University of Tennessee Alumni Association and its Board of Governors. The council was established in 1970 and enjoys a rich history of presenting programs for alumnae of all UT campuses and the communities UT serves. The council is currently focusing on a series of programs that feature real world skills for students, titled the Aspire Series.
The University of Tennessee Alumni Association Women’s Council educates, supports, advances, and engages women leaders through relevant programs and activities.
Created in 2009 by the UT Alumni Association Women’s Council, the Aspire Series seeks to equip collegiate women with skills to take into post-collegiate professional and volunteer careers, and to cultivate future alumni volunteers. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current program offerings include:
Aspire to be Interview Ready
How to look for a job, interviewing skills and professionalism
Aspire to be Financially Savvy
Learn how to set a budget and manage your personal finances during school and beyond.
The Brand Called "You"
Your "Personal Brand" defines YOU in your interactions with the public, potential employers, fellow community members and beyond.