Posted on Wed 14 Aug 2019 at 16:44 by Adam Tomes
Hi I’m Millie, your Welfare and Community Officer!
I’m so excited for the year ahead – representing your interests to make sure you get the most from your time at Birmingham.
I’ve recently graduated after spending three amazing years here studying English Lit. I know university can be a really overwhelming time with a range of different factors contributing to that. Therefore I want to ensure there is support in place for you, whatever the issue. Whether you’re having problems with your mental health or issues with your landlord, we have some great support services available at the University and Guild to make sure nothing stops you from getting the best from university life!
I’m excited to get to work on improving the mental health support that the University offers – ensuring it is effective for ALL students! I am passionate about making sure it is easy to access support when you need it. I know how hard it is to ask for help, so I want to make it as easy as possible for you to access support when you do.
Other points from my manifesto include regular sexual health testing on campus and in accommodation, ensuring you have a less stressful renting experience and working to make sure you feel safer in Selly Oak.
These are just a few of the things I will be working on this year. I’m really excited to get started! I am eager to hear any suggestions about things you would like to see changed so please get in contact on social media or email email@example.com. I’m always here to listen so if there’s anything on your mind that’s worrying you or stopping you from getting the most out of your time here please drop me a message or come and see me – I’ll pop the kettle on!
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