Our Volunteers

Our Staff & Volunteers

Our Volunteers

“Listening to someone who is perhaps depressed, worried, frightened and/or suicidal and who doesn’t know where to turn to, is perhaps the most valuable thing we can do for a fellow human being.”

Welcome to the ‘Our Volunteers’ page, here you’ll find you information about NiteLine volunteers as well as a link to our volunteer blog!

Our volunteers are both male and female, from all the colleges and represent all the faculties. Volunteers are students themselves. They are in a position to understand the pressures of college life and to relate to the problems that students can face.

Volunteers are required to be discreet about their involvement in NiteLine. Volunteers are chosen for their ability to listen and accept rather than for any professional qualifications that they might have.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, click here to visit our expression of interest form.

To read our volunteer blog please click here about the student experience. These entries document the struggles our own volunteers have faced, as well as their successes and even some tips for getting through student life when it all feels a bit tough.

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Become a NiteLine Volunteer

All our volunteers develop valuable, life-long skills and experiences and are offered incredible personal and professional opportunities.