The Peer Support Group is a new initiative that offers support to enrich the lives of our Hall residents, conceptualised and pioneered by a group of residents. This group exists to further our goal of ensuring that residents have a meaningful and fulfilling experience at the Hall and the University. Together, they further cultivate an approachable and trusting environment for students in need to seek support. This is in line with the Hall’s goal of ensuring that residents have a meaningful and fulfilling experience at the Hall and the University.
INVITATION TO APPLY
The Peer Support Group will consist of Graduate Fellows and Peer Support Leaders. We invite applications for these positions.
Applicants should be recognised as individuals who can shoulder responsibility and have such qualities as flexibility, sensitivity and empathy. They should also have excellent organisational and time management skills. Evening and weekend commitments (on a rotational basis) during the semester, are expected.
(Training will be provided to support Graduate Fellows and Peer Support Leaders in the work of managing the Peer Support Group and giving support to residents for a fulfilling experience in the Hall. Self-care and mindfulness training will also be provided.)