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Here is a little update to what I have been doing over the last few weeks –
Most of my time has been spent in university meetings planning for Welcome 2020 and the next academic year
I have been keeping Student Leaders up to date with regards to the latest information for September through hosting forums. It’s really important to me that we are transparent, especially during these strange times and we will be doing some more updates, through the different networks over the next few weeks
I have also been attending lots of meetings about mental health and student welfare, it is one of my top priorities and I will be working closely with student services throughout the year
I have been working very closely with Connect@Bangor, which is a mental health volunteering project, which organises online drop in sessions every Wednesday at 1pm with the University’s Mental Health Advisors. Each week I have been arranging for a different volunteering project, club or society to come along and talk about their activities, and how people can get involved. Over the last few weeks we have had the Canoe Club, Writer’s Guild, STAG and the Craft Society, and there is also the opportunity to speak to the Mental Health Advisors privately during the drop in session. If you’d like some more information about these sessions please contact me.
I have also attended Lead and Change which is an NUS Conference and a great opportunity to network with other Sabbatical Officers across the UK.
I have also continued my Welsh Lessons and planned my campaigns.
As always, please get in touch if you have got any ideas or questions – firstname.lastname@example.org