UK Mental Health Charity, Student Minds, support students to develop the skills and confidence they need to talk about mental health difficulties. The ethos behind they work they do is their belief in the power of peer support.
Student Minds are currently looking for volunteers to become Peer Support Facilitators. As well as helping others, this opportunity will help you develop great leadership skills and show that you are passionate about helping other people. Student Minds will provide you with research-driven training and supervision to equip you with the skills and knowledge to bring about positive change at BU through campaigning and facilitating peer support projects.
Applications close at midnight on Sunday 15 November - visit the Student Minds website for more information to and to applying to become a Peer Support Facilitator.
Student Minds are currently running their Positive Minds course on BU campus, giving you the skills to keep a low mood at bay. Whether you've been along to a session yet or not, you're welcome to attend the next session in P410 on 11 November, 4-6pm. To sign up, email firstname.lastname@example.org.