The section organises lively events that are full of teekkari spirit. The events are quite often open to everyone. It also supports associations that organise teekkari culture. The Teekkari Section consists of directors (tirehtööri), each of which is responsible for a specific area, such as teekkari song culture, freshman activities, and parties. The Teekkari Section does its best to continue the almost 145-year-old teekkari spirit and traditions, and to maintain the technology students’ identity.
Comittees under the Teekkari Section
Numerous committees composed of representatives from different guilds and associations operate under the Teekkari Section to maintain and modernise teekkari culture. Members of non-teekkari associations also sit on some committees to aid cooperation.
Permission to wear the teekkari cap
The Teekkari cap is a summer cap, but during the winter (1.10.- 30.4) the Teekkari Section may grant permission to wear the teekkari cap at dignified events at which the wearers represent teekkari culture.
You can apply for permission to wear the cap using the online form below. The Teekkari Section approves applications in its weekly meetings. Here is a link to the application form.
Students who actively participate in Teekkari Section or sub-committee activities throughout the year are awarded with Section or sub-committee strings. The strings are always awarded by the Chair of the Teekkari Section.
Strings are worn with student overalls. The strings are tied so that they run diagonally over the chest from the right shoulder. With permission, strings can also be worn with other accessories.
Strings in current use:
|Freshman Committee||Dark blue|
|ISO Committee||Light blue|
|Hosts & Hostesses||Dark green|
|Precentor Committee||Bright red|
|International Committee||Dark brown|
|Teekkari Tradition Committee||Dark burgundy|
|Teekkari project strings||Lime green|
Olive strings are a symbol of the Teekkari Section. Current and former members of the Teekkari Section are entitled to wear the strings. Current Chairs of the committees wear strings in the colour of their committee with a tassel. The Technical Students’ Museum’s golden strings can be granted those nominated by the museum curator or manager. White honorary strings may be granted to a Teekkari Section member for special merit on May Days when it is AYY’s turn to cap the Havis Amanda statue.