Would you like to come to one of our bar evenings but do you think it will be too exciting or frightening? No problem! We had the same thing when we first walked into the bar of Outsiteand DWH. Therefore we created the barduddy system: members of our association that are there for you and willing to join you on your first visit to the bar or to meet up somewhere else to get acquainted before going to the bar. See below for the volunteers that are available to be your barbuddy. If you’re interested please fill out the form below. We hope to see you soon!
Hola! My name is Pedro and I am in my early twenties. I am currently studying Microelectronics at TU-Delft, but my real passion outside of university is cooking. Over the past year I have been very involved at DWH helping with events and volunteering as a bartender. I would be very happy to introduce you to the association and its amazing/fabulous members (and maybe I can share a couple of recipes or comment on the last RPDR episode while doing so). You won’t regret coming to DWH for a drink, a dance, or just a chat, and you will feel the love and support of our beautiful community.
Hey! I’m Niv, 21 yo and studying Applied Physics. In the meantime, I found my place in this cool association (I’m a KMG parent and I organise the OWee this year). When I first stepped foot into the building, I was so nervous! I soon met some really nice and special people, which I consider to be my close friends now. If you feel nervous about coming to DWH/Outsite, I totally get it; that’s how we all felt the first time. I hope I can make it easier for you!
Hey hey, I’m Daan. Twenty years old and currently doing my bachelor Electrical Engineering here in Delft.
I have been visiting DWH/Outsite for just over a year now, but in this one year I have had tons of fun on the bar nights and other activities organized by the association.
It can be difficult to get the courage to finally visit a bar like ours, and I know this from experience. I hope that I can help you make this first step.
As a barbuddy I would like to introduce you to all different kinds of people that visit our association on an evening. I can also tell you more about our activities, so that maybe one day we will see you again, this time without a barbuddy :)
Hey, I’m Andreas, in my early twenties and an Aerospace student. I am a very active member of DWH/Outsite and I love meeting new people and showing them our society. For me it is a place where you can be yourself and can participated in all sorts of fun activities.
Hello! I’m Mariana, I’m in my late twenties, from Portugal and I have been living in the Netherlands for 6 years. I studied here at TU Delft and then I stayed for work. I joined DWH early on and was on the board of Outsite for a year and I currently help with the women’s events. I’ve met many good friend through DWH and I’m always glad to meet new people and introduce them to DWH since it helped me so much when I came to the Netherlands.
Hi, my name is Jeff. I’m in my late twenties, and I study Computer Science at TU Delft. I’ve been a member of Outsite for a few years now. I’m a regular at the EatingOUT on Tuesdays, but I’m happy to be your barbuddy on a Thursday. I remember how jittery I was walking into the bar for the first time, and that was for the introduction group. That turned out to be a great decision though, because DWH/Outsite is just a really nice place with lovely people and fun activities.
Hello, I’m Dennis! I’m still in the beginnings of my thirties and travel all over Europe on a daily basis. I’ve been an active volunteer for this association for a couple of years now. I have organized introduction groups an all kind of other activities. I also gave education classes at schools about sexual diversity. I would like to be your barbuddy because it’s a nice spot to hang out and I’ve met a lot of new and interesting people within this association.
Hello I’m Govert, at the end of my twenties. I study architecture and I’m a teacher a high school. I’m a very active volunteer within the DWH. In my opinion, the DWH stands for a niceand really diverse group of people. A place to organize lots of things and also a place to learn a lot about yourself. I really like meeting new people and introducing them to this awesome association.