The Well-being mentor programme provides a student-4-student environment with the purpose of boosting happiness and well-being among university students. Our Well-being mentors have been trained by student advisors and are ready to hear you out, share experiences and maybe give you some advice! Join the happy wave!
My name is Luisa, I am 23 years and come from Germany. 🇩🇪
I study my master degree at RSM in global business and sustainability. 🌱
In my free time, I like to meet friends, go for walks, do some sport or read. 👩🏻🤝👩🏼🤸🏼♀️📖
I know how it is to go through a stressful or burdensome time, so I’d like to be there for anyone needing an open ear. 😊 Sometimes, a person that is not involved in a situation can be the best one to listen. 😌 So, if you ever feel like having a friendly talk or want to get something off your chest, do not hesitate to join one of our open hours! 🧘🏼♀️
My name is Asmita and I am a year-2 IBA student. I am from India and I grew up in a small city there before moving to an international boarding school for my high school.
I am a very relaxed person which is why I enjoy just hanging out with friends, watching movies or napping in the afternoon!
Being a well-being mentor was a great opportunity for me to talk to people in these difficult times. I strongly believe in being positive and living life to the fullest (sounds a bit corny). So, if you are ever bored, lonely or just tired of certain things, contact me or any one of the well-being mentors!
Hey fellow humans :)
my name is Katie and I am currently in my third year of the International Bachelor of Psychology. I grew up in a small town in the South of Germany surrounded by nature and mountains. Often I miss nature dearly, so when I want to relax and unwind I like to spend time in the forest. When the weather allows it I do Yoga and Meditation there, two practices that are very valuable to me and that I try to engage in almost daily. Apart from that I have a passion for humanitarian work and volunteering, so in my free-time I get involved in local or global projects.
Becoming a well-being mentor seemed like a great opportunity, because it gives me the chance to use my interest in well-being to support the student community.
First and foremost I see the well-being mentors as fellow students that you could talk to for many reasons. Be it that you need a listening ear or some advice, or maybe you're just looking for a friendly chat about well-being in general. Whatever it is, we are here for you :)