Super Bowl Party at the Union

Super Bowl XLVIII is this Sunday – want to be at the biggest party in Cambridge to watch it?

Cambridge Union from 9pm – Tickets £5 – Limited availability on the door, but buy now via web or email:
http://www.pythons.org.uk/shop/superbowl-2014-ticket/ (use coupon code jt393 to get your ticket pidged to college for free) – jt393@cam.ac.uk

Join the Cambridge Pythons for the fourth annual Cambridge Union Super Bowl Party.

The game will be shown live on big screens throughout The Union, with promotional food and drinks (including American beer on tap) served until late to allow you to enjoy the Super Bowl in full. The Cambridge Cougars Cheerleaders will be hosting a bake sale and there will be chances to win a whole range of NFL jerseys and merchandise throughout the night.

Want to maximise your gridiron fix? The Cambridge Pythons play the Anglia Ruskin Rhinos that afternoon in our biggest rivalry match before Varsity, kick-off 1pm:
http://www.facebook.com/events/594467207262207/

Super Bowl XLVIII – this Sunday, 2nd Feb – Make sure you’re with us!

Volunteer at Watersprite Festival

Want to be part of one of the world’s biggest student film festivals? Then why not apply to be a volunteer at Watersprite 2014?

 

Taking place from 7th-9th March, Watersprite is a jam-packed three-day festival consisting of film screenings (showcasing nominated student shorts from all over the globe), masterclasses, workshops, interviews, talks and Q&A sessions with some of the most influential names in film.

 

Friday kicks things off with our Opening Night speaker and drinks at Gonville & Caius. Saturday ends with the invite-only Watersprite Awards Ceremony, and on Sunday Queens’ Old Hall plays host to our glamorous Closing Gala, before the festival is wrapped up for another year with drinks and mingling in a nearby venue.

If this sounds like your kind of thing, and you’re willing to commit to a minimum two-hour shift over the weekend, then please send an application to hanna.jarvi@watersprite.org before Monday 10th February. Interviews will be held soon after, and you must be able to attend a training session the weekend before the festival.

 

What we need to know:

 

Name:

College:

Relevant Experience:

Willing/able to take on a technical role?:

Availability during the weekend:

Contact number:

 

We look forward to hearing from you!

 

The Watersprite Team

NHS Discussion Group

Do you care about the NHS? Are you angry about the constant cuts, and the unfair way the NHS is represented in the press, or the government’s plans to deny care to immigrants?

Medsin Cambridge is starting a group for students passionate about the NHS. We want to bring together people like you to create an informal space to share our thoughts and knowledge, and to discuss how we can make change locally, or support national campaigns. We’ve booked a table at The Anchor next Tuesday, February 4th, at 7.30 pm so that we can relax and chat over a pint or two. Students from all backgrounds and all stages of study are welcome.

Don’t need to bring anything but feel free to bring an article, news clip, or anything that you want to share.

Email me at cc676@cam.ac.uk if you have any questions.

Charlotte Chuter

Campaigns Officer, Medsin Cambridge

Medsin is a national network of students who act to reduce health inequalities through education, advocacy and community action.

https://www.facebook.com/medsincambridge

Pembroke June Event Staff Applications

Pembroke June Event Committee is looking for reliable, pragmatic, and committed people to help us create an unforgettable night on Wednesday 18th June.

 

This is a fantastic opportunity to earn some money before the summer and to work at an event which looks great on your CV.

 

No experience is required and there are a range of roles on offer so something for everyone!

 

For more information and to apply now go to: http://www.pembrokejuneevent.co.uk/bookings/applications/faq/

Work for Cambridge Immerse this Summer

Cambridge Immerse is a two week residential educational experience that allows participants aged 16-18 to gain an unrivalled insight into a chosen discipline, ranging from the arts to the sciences, that takes place in July and August 2014. We’re looking for Cambridge University members to fill a variety of positions, from academic tutoring to summer mentoring, and even article writing. Salaries are very competitive, and it’s also a great way spend some extra time in Cambridge this summer, whilst contributing to an enjoyable and memorable programme and gaining valuable experience and skills along the way.

 

The opportunities that are currently open are as follows:

– Programme Director

– Summer Mentors

– Academic Tutors (in a wide range of subjects)

– Article Writers

 

To find out more & to apply

 

Please visit the following web page https://www.cambridgeimmerse.com/work-for-cambridge-immerse/, which provides greater detail on the roles that we’re currently looking for as well as an online application form. Please note that you have to be a current member of Cambridge University to apply. If you require further information please don’t hesitate to email summer@cambridgeimmerse.com.

Free Travel and Accommodation in South Korea

Recruitment: Teachers for OIP-JHC Summer English Programme 2014 in South Korea

 

 

Jinju Health College (JHC) is a vocational training college located in Jinju, South Korea. The College has been providing vocational education to students (aged 18-25) from around the country for over 40 years.

 

Every summer, the College offers a free summer English programme for 200 of its Korean students, designed and operated by a group of 40 Oxbridge students who volunteer as native English teachers for this intensive one-month programme.

 

Requirements:

 

– Responsible and enthusiastic undergraduate student of any discipline (you need not hold any teaching qualification) who can bring the best of Oxbridge culture to the students of JHC: love of knowledge and innovative ways of learning.

– Full-time residential commitment to the teaching during the programme dates. Exact dates are yet to be confirmed, but the programme will run for 4 weeks from late June (provisional departure date: 26th or 27th June) to July.

 

Benefits:

 

– FREE return flight to South Korea

– FULL accommodation + food during the programme

– Weekend Excursions (e.g the trips to ancient capital of Korea , Templestay, Homestay with a Korean family)

 

To apply, please fill in our application form: http://jotformpro.com/form/40072105381947

 

The deadline is 7th February (Fri 12pm)  After reviewing your application, we will let you know by email whether or not you will be invited for an interview. Interviews will be held in Oxford on 20th and 21st February, and in Cambridge on 22nd and 23rd February. (TBC)

 

To stay posted and to find out more about our programmes, please like our Facebook page. You can also contact us here with any questions.

 

facebook.com/oxbridge.intercultural.programmes

 

Alternatively, you can contact us via email at

 

oip.jhc.summer.2014@gmail.com