What does a student liaison officer do?
Student liaison officers (SLOs) represent ICE at academic institutions around the UK. They play an important part in encouraging undergraduate students to become ICE members.
As an SLO you will:
- Be the main point of contact between students and ICE
- Encourage students to join ICE as student members, and as graduate members when they finish their studies
- Let students know how they can get involved in ICE's social activities, awards and competitions
- Gather students' views and pass on their feedback to us
What do I get out of it?
As an SLO, you'll be using your experience to advise students and help them to think about their future careers. SLOs tell us that they enjoy this interaction with students and see it as a great opportunity to work closely with ICE.
ICE staff will support you by meeting with your students and will be on hand to answer your questions. We can also give you materials to help you promote ICE membership, and we'll send you twice-yearly news updates.
Become an SLO today
If you would like to help build bridges between graduates, students and ICE, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can offer you all the advice and support you will need.