Queen’s Ball

‘Queens’ is  looking for performers – musical, comedic, or otherwise – for our ball  on 18 June 2019. Auditions are on 11 and 17 November in Fitzpatrick  Hall, Queens’ College. Auditioning acts should be ten minutes at most.  Register for a slot here: https://doodle.com/poll/en3dgskf59hmywvr. If  you have any questions email entspn19@queensball.com.’

Sports Results

Week 3

FOOTBALL

No
game for the 1s or 2s this weekend, but the 1s play Emma in the first round of
Cuppers away on Saturday so go show your support!

In what promised to be a very good game, it was the
brilliant John’s IIIs who prevailed against Homerton IIIs! Unfortunately, the
intense build up to the game wasn’t a fair reflection on the actual result,
where we came out on top in a 12-0 victory thanks to 6 goals from star striker
Adil (who should’ve scored many more) and some from our new players. Next week
we should be playing Downing IIIs in the cup, although this hasn’t been
confirmed. Anyone interested in playing please contact Ryan Walker (rgw39), all
abilities welcome!

The women’s team won
15-0 against Wolfson/Darwin. Phoebe scored 5, Liv scored 5, Eva scored 4 and
Kath scored 1. In summary, they smashed them. Mikaela was woman of the match. The
next women’s training is 3pm on Friday and they will have a match next weekend.

 

ULTIMATE FRISBEE

 

The Ultimate
Frisbee team started off the season with an extremely tight game on Wednesday
which finished 8-7 to Jesus College. The final result may have been unfortunate
but there were many positives to take forward into the rest of the season.

 

Next training is
on Wednesday at 2pm. Email Alfie Curry on ac2064 for details.

RUGBY

The Redboys beat
Downing convincingly in the league this weekend.

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Free Cultural Exchange Trip to China


Lopair is soon opening their applications for a six-week cultural
and language exchange in China during Summer 2019, all for free. Live with a
family teaching English whilst getting
free roundtrip flights,
accommodation/board, and both Mandarin and cultural lessons. I had a fantastic time in Beijing this summer,
and would fully recommend this programme!

If you want to find out more, and be
notified when applications open, then register your interest here.
If you have any questions,
feel free to
send me an email!

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Sports Results

FOOTBALL

The men’s football 1st XI beat Kings 2-1 to start their season in the best way. A brilliant solo goal from Sam Smith gave the team the lead, before a Kings penalty made it 1-1 at the break. A last minute winner from Hearn earned Johns their 3 points, and Abhik Vinod was Man of the Match. See the noticeboard for a full match report. The next match is in two weeks against Emma I in the first round of Cuppers.

A great team effort helped the John’s and King’s women’s football team to beat Pembroke 2s 10-1 in their first match of the season. A goal each from Phoebe and Rosanna, two from Eva, and hat-tricks from Isabel and Kath led to a decisive win. Kath was Woman of the Match for her fabulous three goals and for also tracking brilliantly to defend. The next training is 3pm Friday 19th on John’s pitches and beginners are encouraged to attend as they are building up a team! The next match is this weekend against Wolfson/ Darwin. Message Charly Pressdee or Phoebe Harris for more details.

LACROSSE

The Mixed Lacrosse team won 1-0 against Girton. Alex Mercer was Man of the Match.

HOCKEY

The men’s hockey team beat Jesus 5-1, after another strong performance, notably from the new fresher intake. Training next week is 3pm Saturday. There is no match on Sunday.

BADMINTON

The men’s badminton team lost 5-4 to Emma.

RUGBY

The men’s rugby team beat Caius 17-3.

Send results to services@sjcjcr.com by Sunday evening to be featured

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CHOP Chocolate Fudge for Wintercomfort

Cambridge Homeless Outreach Programme (CHOP) are selling bags of chocolate fudge for £2 to raise money for local homeless charity Wintercomfort. Get some for yourself or your friend/crush/partner/college children – all will be handmade to order and delivered to your pigeonhole with an optional message included. Place your orders here by 31st October!

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P&G

Want to know what it’s like running a multi-million pound business from day 1 of your career? Procter & Gamble are a fast moving consumer goods company with one of the largest and strongest portfolios of trusted quality brands, including Gillette, Aussie, Fairy, Oral-B, Ariel, and Pantene. With real jobs from day 1 (both for graduates and interns), we have opportunities across a range of functions including Brand Management, Sales, Finance & Accounting, HR, Consumer Market Knowledge, IT, Engineering, Supply Network Operations and Research & Development. Come meet us in Cambridge this term to find out how you can make a fast start to your career.
 
P&G Introductory Presentation (Monday 22nd October) – sign up via Katie (evans.k.18@pg.com)
P&G Coffee with CV and Interview Advice (Tuesday 23rd October, 10am-3pm) – please send CVs, your function area of interest (e.g. Sales) and requested time slot to Laura (drees.l@pg.com) for Brand, Sales or Finance & Accounting, Ed (holt.em@pg.com) for Product Supply/Engineering or Mike (groombridge.m@pg.com) for Research & Development.
P&G Coffee with CV and Interview Advice – Brand, Sales & Finance only (Monday 29th October, 2-5pm) – please send CVs, your function area of interest (e.g. Sales) and requested time slot to Laura (drees.l@pg.com)
 
Find out more about daily life at P&G by following our grads on Instagram or Twitter @pggradsuk

Cambridge Advertising and Marketing Society

“Applications for Cambridge’s only brand consultancy project are now open!
CAMBrand is a five week programme that pairs teams of students with the UK’s leading start-ups to work on unique marketing challenges. Our partners this year range from instant noodles to artificial intelligence healthcare to eco-tissues, and more!
You’ll be supported along the way by Cambridge Advertising and Marketing Society, who will be running coinciding relevant events. What’s more, participants that are especially impressive could be offered further employment opportunities with the companies. Whether it’s through designing a multi-media campaign, creating an outreach programme, or conducting thorough market research, CAMBrand is an opportunity to gain hands-on experience in an innovative and constantly changing industry.
One line on your CV will say you’re a Cambridge graduate, what will the other thirty say?
Applications close at midnight, 10th October with interviews for team lead positions taking place on Saturday 13th or Sunday 14th October. We then launch the programme on the 15th October!
To find out more and APPLY, please go to camsoc.org/cambrand. Still got questions? You can hear from three past CAMBrand participants in our latest blog post or if you want to get your questions answered over free drinks instead, come and have a chat with us at Ta Bouche on the 8th! We can also be reached at hello@camsoc.org or on our Facebook page!”

May Ball Committee

Want to host the 7th best party in the world? 
Want to attend multiple other balls for free?
Want free dinners, free tastings and free drinks?
Then applications for the 2019 Mayball Committee are open now! Find out about the available positions here: https://bit.ly/2QAJ3em
Apply through this link as the deadline is the 19th!
bit.ly/sjcmayball

Sports Results

The Men’s Hockey team won their match against Selwyn 5-3 to start their season brightly, following on from winning the league last year. Their next training session is on Saturday at 3pm, and their next match is on Sunday vs Jesus on John’s pitch at 11:20.

Send in your results to services@sjcjcr.com by Sunday evening to be featured!

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University Societies Opportunity

Nominations are sought for membership of the Technical Committee of the Societies Syndicate.

The Technical Committee meets twice a term and considers applications for financial support from Clubs and Societies. The Junior Proctor chairs the Committee. Membership includes twelve members of the University in statu pupillari, one appointed by each of twelve societies.

The person nominated by your society should, ideally, have some knowledge of the workings of clubs and societies, and particularly their financial arrangements, but neither is essential. The junior members on the Committee do not represent their society as such, but ensure that the composition of the Committee reflects the range of societies eligible for financial assistance from the Syndicate, and members generally find their year’s service enjoyable and interesting.

The first of next year’s meetings is due to take place on 30 October 2018. We therefore ask that nominations be sent to societiessyndicate@admin.cam.ac.uk by Monday 8 October 2018.

 

This is an opportunity for your members to gain experience of serving on a University committee, whilst also playing a useful role supporting the work of student clubs and societies.

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