Committees

Our association is for students and our members provide everything we can do.
Without the committees and the board, our association would not have activities, competition, trainings or even new members to join us.

Being a part of a committee only has advantages:
– experience in organising things;
– helping yourself to get structured;
– meeting new soon-to-be friends;
– contentment with your own membership.

Do you want help G.T.C. Walhalla and join a committee? Send an email to: algemenezaken@gtc-walhalla.nl

AcCie

The activities commitee is a collection of fun people who wants to organise events for our own Walhalla members. Most ...
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BarCie

Since G.T.C. Walhalla is responsible of the bar every Tuesday, a bar-committee is installed. To provide good service and have ...
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Committee of Advice (CvA)

Some of our former board members are asked to join this precious committee. This committee functions as an advice organ ...
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ExternCie

This committee promotes the activities of extern parties, for example the other Dutch student tennis associations. They also visit the ...
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FeestCie

The Feestcie organises a couple of Walhalla parties every year at our own Toko! Current members: Anne Hardijzer – Chairwoman ...
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KookCie

The KookCie o.d.z. ‘Kooko op de Toko’ is a committee that cooks for Walhalla members every Tuesday before the start ...
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LustrumCie

The LustrumCie organizes a week full of activities (tournaments, parties, etc.) for our 40th anniversary in January 2021. Members: Wouter ...
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MediaCie

The Media committee (MediaCie) takes and saves photos, and sends them out via the social media channels of Walhalla. In ...
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SponCie

Sponsors are very important for an association like G.T.C. Walhalla. The SponCie looks into opportunities to collaborate with companies. Current ...
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WeekendCie

To improve the integration of our members, the weekend committee will organise an annual members weekend. In 2018 our first ...
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