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After a well-deserved break the University of Liverpool Peer Mentors are now back on Handshake and here for you.
The Peer Mentors are students just like you, and whether it’s a simple question you might have about a society to join, where to purchase the best groceries, or a chat about student life, they can help.
When studying from home it can feel like there is never a break from the screen, and for this reason speaking to someone virtually might feel like the last thing you want to do – however, taking a few minutes out of your day to have a quick chat or to catch up with someone, even virtually, can make a huge difference.
Speaking to one of the Peer Mentors can help to break up the routine of your lockdown day and provide you with the opportunity to ask any questions that you really need answering. It’s also a great opportunity to get to know someone knew, and our friendly team of Peer Mentors are waiting for you to get in touch!
With one click you can see a list of your mentors and contact any one of them via the messaging function on Handshake.
Click here to find a mentor and send them a message. It’s that easy. Between them they have all the areas covered.
You can also follow our Peer Mentors on twitter for useful resources and recommendations, or visit the Peer Mentor webpage for more information about the scheme.
They’re looking forward to hearing from you!
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