Peer Supporters, part of the University Counselling and Mental Health team at Keele, are a group of trained student volunteers who can offer confidential mental health support to their fellow students.
A University Peer Supporter can help you in different ways. For example, they could meet up with you for a coffee and a chat or support you when you attend an event or join a society. They can provide a listening ear and be someone to talk to and/or, if more appropriate, signpost you to other specialist services that are available on campus or in the local community.
Occasionally the Peer Supporters will provide activities that promote mental wellbeing within halls and be available to meet informally at University events :)
A Keele English heritage and National trust Society election
1 post is up for election.
Nominations close at 16:00 on Monday 18 November 2019 (in 4 days and 17 hours)
The polls open at 10:00 on Tuesday 19 November 2019 (in 5 days and 11 hours)