Student Life Mentors
Student Life Mentors aim to help you make the most of your start at the University of Suffolk or help to redirect you down the line.
Student Life Mentors are experienced students who can offer information, advice, and support to help your transition to University whether you are a new or continuing student. They are there to help ensure you have the best possible experience during your studies, and assist you in reaching your goals.
Why become a Student Life Mentor?
This is a paid role, and as a mentor you will be working with a diverse range of students who have just begun their journey at the university. You’ll be trained and supported by Student Life Advisers to help new students thrive as they start their student journey.
Mentors are also given opportunities to shadow the Student Life Team in the Student Centre as a way of furthering their employability development. The mentor team is also involved in events around campus throughout the year, including “wellbeing walks” and induction events.
Mentoring is a great way to improve your employability skills and provides valuable experience within a professional setting. You’ll be provided with training and shadowing opportunities during as a time as a mentor and will be involved in events around campus.