We are proud of all the Team Teesside members who stepped up to help vulnerable people during the COVID-19 pandemic, and all our other colleagues and students who go out of their way to make a difference in their local communities.
Help others and meet new people by becoming a Team Teesside volunteer. Put your skills and experience to good use as a Mental Health Champion or Peer Supporter, a harassment adviser, a school governor, or even an academic board member? Also, check out Voluntees and see our Guide to Volunteering.
Team Teesside means feeling supported by colleagues that care and ask if you’re okay and really mean it, and inspirational provision for local students who never thought they’d get to go to university.
As a new member of staff, Team Teesside is a supportive and encouraging place to work, a place where you are welcomed and valued.
To me, Team Teesside means family. In my 12 years here, from my car journey to work and the walk up to my office, every passing colleague feels like family - from distant relatives to close siblings. Every member of Team Teesside to me is reflective of family and the values we live and breathe reflect this.
There is a sense of belonging as a member of Team Teesside. Together, the team accomplishes its goals, celebrates success, and overcomes challenges.