Welfare Officer (Malta)

About the role

Becoming a Welfare Officer is a great opportunity to represent students on welfare and equal opportunity concerns that affect those in the School of Medicine and Dentistry. You’ll gather feedback on students’ interests and lobby Queen Mary and other organisations to make a positive difference to their lives. You'll support the VP Barts and The London and Vice President Welfare with liaising with members of the relevant clubs, societies and student groups to identify concerns and implement solutions. This is a non-representative role and doesn’t sit on Student Council.

Role description

The Candidates

Kayleigh Chatoor

Striving to make a positive difference through collaboration, support and resolution of any issues faced by the student body.

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Amber Zehra

As the welfare officer, I look forward to improving the university experience for everyone here in Malta. My goal is to empower students to seek help, promote positive well-being, and ensure that every voice is heard and valued. Expect many fun and cute events (and freebies ofc) throughout the year.

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Student Voice Team