Directorate for the Student Experience

Getting involved

Sustainability Champions
Sustainability champions form a University-wide network of individuals who are leading positive change for sustainability in their own areas and in a range of ways. If you are interested in meeting and learning from how others across the University are creating positive change in their own context, this network could offer a great way to keep in touch with others.
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Join a Green Impact Team
The DSE has more than 10 Green Impact Teams across the Directorate. Join an established group or create your own.
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Staff Network Groups
The University has a number of staff network groups which are co-ordinated by the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Team. They are a fantastic way to network with people from all over the University, build contacts, share experiences, arrange events and socialise.
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Sports Volunteer Scheme
Through the Sports Volunteer Scheme staff can access a large variety of opportunities to lead activity in the University and/or volunteer in the local community.
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Volunteer at the Manchester Museum

The Museum offers a variety of ways to get involved including supporting the Visitor and Engagement teams, working behind the scenes and object handling.

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Become a Dementia Friend or a Dementia Friend Champion

Dementia Friends is one of the University's Social Responsibility flagship programmes. A Dementia Friend learns a little bit more about what it's like to live with dementia and then turns that understanding into a practical action which may include helping someone to find the right bus to spreading the word about dementia on social media. Training is provided.

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Research Volunteering

Help our staff and students by volunteering to assist with their research studies.

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Mentor colleagues

Manchester Gold Staff is the successful and unique career mentoring programme managed by Staff Learning and Development at The University of Manchester. The scheme aims to develop staff across the University by linking them to the support of a more experienced colleague. This colleague will act as their career mentor over a nine-month period.

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