You make U of T Dentistry stronger.
When you share your time and expertise, you enrich the lives of everyone at the Faculty, becoming central to our vibrant dentistry community. And the experience gives you so much back.
Ways to get involved
Whether it’s by joining a committee, the Alumni Board, mentoring a student or a peer, or by becoming an Instructor in Dentistry, volunteer in whichever way works for you.
You have the opportunity to make change in the world!
FDAA Board of Directors President
As a graduate, you are automatically enrolled in the Faculty of Dentistry Alumni Association (FDAA).
The FDAA has over 8300 members across the world and acts as a liaison between the University, the Faculty, and the alumni community.
With the goal of bringing together our great alumni through a variety of exciting engagement opportunities, the FDAA is committed to creating positive and fulfilling experiences for all. We’re here to keep you connected.
Play a major role in training the next generation of dental professionals.
This valuable work broadens your own network and lets you share your expertise with our students who benefit from your experience and advice.
Becoming an Instructor in Dentistry allows you to:
- Develop professionally and personally
- Get discounted rates on Continuing Education courses
- Have library privileges through the U of T library system
- Gain voting rights in U of T’s Governing Council elections
Mentor a student or our young alumni and strengthen our community.
Mentoring helps young people launch their careers, develop skills and meet the challenges of life after dental school.
Together, we create a stronger, more engaged community.
Volunteer opportunities through U of T
Outgoing or introverted, social or career-minded, there are many ways to share your strengths and expertise with U of T.
There are many initiatives run through the University:
- Ten Thousand Coffees: Attend webinars, give career advice to U of T students and get career advice from fellow alumni - all online, all from your couch.
- Job Shadowing: Show a current student how to follow in your footsteps.
- Serve on Governing Council: Leverage your leadership skills to shape U of T’s educational excellence and global impact.
- U of T Alumni Association (UTAA): Governance and leadership opportunities are available through the UTAA.
Become a donor
“Time, talent and treasure” are all equally important in the success of our students and school.