St Johns May Ball Worker Applications

✨ Applications are now open to work at the 2018 St John’s May Ball ✨
St John’s is changing its worker system! Work the John’s Ball and pay
for your next ball this May Week.
We are hiring paid workers to work set-up, the ball night and clear-up.
We pay above minimum wage for all roles and our all-night workers will
be provided with regular breaks, refreshments and the opportunity to
explore the ball.
As always we have a variety of roles available, and we will also be
recruiting senior supervisor staff.
Please see our role descriptions document for more information about
shift-timings and pay:
https://docs.google.com/…/1iJH1dm7EmrIRia43gnCnP4OqxOr…/edit [1]
Apply here to work at the ball:
https://goo.gl/forms/cbjXyiwN6odOlQNV2 [2]
Applications must be submitted by midnight on Monday 19th February. We
look forward to hearing from you!
Please direct all enquiries to employment@mayball.org. More information
can be found on our Facebook page (St John’s College May Ball) and
website (https://mayball.org).

Hong Kong Oxbridge Summer Camp

Come teach English in Hong Kong this Summer! Running from the 30th June – 4th August, you will be part of a team of 11 Oxbridge students, 10 teachers and 1 camp director, teaching English to a wide range of ages and abilities. It is an amazing experience – from being taken for drinks at bars all over Hong Kong by the chief executive of Hong Kong Study Tours, to seeing sights like the Big Buddha and spending evenings at the stunning Clear Water Bay Beach (which is a twenty-minute walk from your accommodation). It’s a chance to experience working in Asia and build your CV. Teachers are given £800 for flights plus food and accommodation is provided for the duration of the camps. There will be a five-day gap in between in which you are free to go and explore China, Hong Kong of further afield. For the break in-between the camps, HKOSC generously give you cash to cover food expenses and make it extremely easy to get a double entry visa into China or any other places if you want to continue travelling after the camps finish.
No knowledge of Mandarin or Cantonese is required. Applicants must be available for a meeting and free dinner in Cambridge 11.00-14.00 on Thursday 15th March – the CEO of Hong Kong Study Tours will be flying over to meet with you and tell you more about the program!
Please fill in the short form below if you are interested in taking part. If you have any other questions at all, please feel free to email Rhiannon (rmm77@cam.ac.uk), who taught on the camp last year and is recruiting for this year.
Deadline: Sunday 11th February 23:59
Application Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1odtcO42UaF-ECWlOKx0kHMVEfRKCJII7UZWUAXRhcIc/edit’

Jesus May Ball Worker Applications

Applications to work at the Jesus College May Ball 2018 on Monday 18th June are open! For the opportunity to experience one of the largest May Balls in Cambridge first-hand while earning money, complete an application form by following the link below. You will also find more information on the May Ball and the job positions available.
http://www.jesusmayball.com/
We do not offer a half on / half off option, but all staff get breaks during the event in which they will be allowed to explore the Ball and sample the food and drink on offer.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Eloise and Jacquie at staffing@jesusmayball.com

CL Global

This is Ting Huang writing on behalf of CL Global, which is a short-term course provider in Cambridge. CL Global has been running programmes at Corpus, Catz and Luch for 6 years. I am writing to let you know about our coming easter programme residential advisor job and would like to seek your help to reach out to students in your college to have them updated of this opportunity. 
CL Global is an educational institute aiming to promote global learning and culture exchanges. Having taken thousands of students to see the world, we are on a mission to make our programmes the best experience a student can ever have locally. Besides Cambridge, we also run programmes in the US, Italy, Japan and China.
Our programme at Catz website:
https://www.caths.cam.ac.uk/conferences/conferences-and-events/summer-conferences/cl-global-cambridge-summer-programme
Know more about us from:http://www.clglo.com
Thanks and Best Regards,
——————
Ting Huang 

Cambridge University OTC

Military training, Leadership development, Skiing, Sailing, Hill Walking, Kayaking, Cycling, Rugby, Hockey, Football, Orienteering… The list of things you can do with CUOTC is endless! By far the best university society out there, we can provide focussed leadership training to gain recognised Leadership Qualifications and help you develop your military skills and use them as a tool for leadership. There are opportunities to lead your own expedition anywhere in the world and it is a great CV enhancer.
To make things even better, you get PAID a daily rate of £40 for any activities you undertake with CUOTC! All activities are either scheduled to fit around academic schedules in term time or fit in vacations.
We are recruiting NOW for another intake of Officer Cadets to train with our society. THERE IS NO COMMITMENT TO JOINING THE ARMY!
Come to one of our INFORMATION EVENINGS to find out more.
Evening 1
Date: 30/1/18
Time: 19:30 
Location: Army Reserve Centre Cambridge
Cambridge Transport: Bus at 18:45 from Cambridge Fire Station on Parkside (just off Parker’s Piece). You will be dropped off at the end of the evening at the same place.
Evening 2
Date: 7/2/18
Time: 18:00 
Location: Bateman Auditorium, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge
Transport: None.
Joining requirements:
British Passport or ILR from a Commonwealth country.
To be medically fit.
Facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/428158424268986/
Any questions please ask!
Contact details: 
Tel 01223247818 email: RMAS-Gp-OTC-Cambridge-Society@mod.uk

Pol Roger Champagne Dinner

Pol Roger Champagne Dinner
13th March, 2018
We will be holding a dinner hosted by Pol Roger, the Champagne House that we serve and sell at St John’s College. 
It will be hosted by Mr James Simpson of Pol Roger UK and myself.
Pol Roger have given a great service at the College and produced the special Champagne for the 2011 Quincentenary Celebrations, which was very well received.  Pol Roger are one of only three family Champagne houses and they have a close association with Cambridge and Oxford Universities.
The evening will commence at 19.00 hrs with a glass of Pol Roger in The Old Music Room, followed by dinner in the Wordsworth Room with Pol Roger Champagne.
It will be £65.00 per head for College members, or £78.00 for non-College guests.  The ticketing process will be on U-Pay for current students, and for others it will be by taking a cheque (made payable to St John’s College) to the Catering Office, St John’s College, Cambridge, with your full name and the name of your guest and any dietary requirements.
We look forward to seeing you on what will be a wonderful evening.
W A Brogan
Catering and Conference Manager
St John’s College
Cambridge

Mayball Ents Auditions

?ENTS AUDITIONS – JOHN’S MAY BALL 2018?

For those keen to perform at the 2018 St John’s College May Ball, sign-ups for audition slots are now up!

High-quality student acts are a key component of the Ball’s success. We welcome performers in music, comedy and a wide variety of other forms to apply and showcase your talent. The Ball is a fantastic opportunity to gain exposure and perform at a world-class event.

Whether you’re a solo musician, dance group or something completely different, we’d love to see you audition! Please apply using the following Google Form:

https://goo.gl/forms/kD9QiXsCUEmfTMOm1

Once you’ve completed this, please sign up for an audition slot:

https://doodle.com/poll/pmpcarfiy4vhcxyw

The deadline is midnight on Friday 12th January, with auditions taking place later that month. Please contact ents@mayball.org if you have any queries. We look forward to hearing from you!

(bulletin item submitted by ma619@cam.ac.uk)

Life on a bench talk & clothes collection with CHOP

The Cambridge Homeless Outreach Programme have two exciting events at St John’s College at the start of term. Our “Life on a bench” event, held in coordination with Jimmy’s Cambridge, will feature guests of Jimmy’s talking about their own firsthand experiences of homelessness, giving an insider’s view on what living without a fixed home is really like, with a chance for questions and conversation afterwards. Come along to the Castlereagh Room, Tuesday 23rd January at 6pm. We’ll also be collecting donations of clothes and woolly items to donate to Wintercomfort, so if you have any to donate, please bring them to Teaching Room 2 (Old Divinity School), Monday 22nd January 5.30-7pm, or Tuesday 23rd January 12.30-2pm. Thank you!

(bulletin item submitted by sc944@cam.ac.uk)

ETHICAL & CHARITABLE AFFAIRS SUBCOMMITTEE – Message from Evvia

Hey everyone!

I’m Evvia, the new Ethical and Charitable Affairs Officer.
I’m recruiting three people to form a sub-committee to help make our goals for
a more environmentally friendly and charitable college happen. The three roles
are:

  1. Green Officer: Here, you’ll be in charge of promoting
    recycling and energy-saving practices throughout the college. St John’s
    currently has a Green Week that runs in Michaelmas, in addition to the CUSU-run
    Green Week in Lent. If you have some great ideas for events and challenges
    during these weeks (and make them bigger and better), I’ll work with you to get
    it done.
  2. Food Sustainability Officer: As stressed students often
    living away from home for the first time, it’s easy to make non-sustainable
    choices with food. We’re all guilty of chucking food and buying ready meals
    with loads of plastic packaging. With this role, we want to increase awareness
    of these behaviours and their effects, as well as continuing to push for less
    food waste in college.
  3. Assistant Charity Officer: This year, we’re very excited to
    run more charity events throughout college and will need extra help with
    planning and publicising. If you want to get more involved with raising money
    for charity without a massive time commitment, this could be for you – it’s a
    great way to get some fun events going for important causes.

I’m looking for people that are really passionate about
making a change, no matter how small. There’s a lot of freedom in these roles –
you can really make the commitment as much as you like. I will likely call on
you occasionally to help set up for events and will meet with you to see how
things are going, but all other work can be done whenever you want.

Please send me an email (ethical@sjcjcr.com)
if you have any questions – otherwise apply here:  https://goo.gl/forms/MivVaPAAiddfFrlB2

EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES SUBCOMMITTEE – Message from Leena.

Hi everyone!

I’m Leena, the new JCR Equal Opportunities
Officer. We are now taking applications to be part of the Equal Ops
subcommittee and are looking for people to take on the roles of:

  • LGBTQ+ Officer
  • Ethnic Minorities Officer
  • International Officer
  • Women’s Officer
  • Men’s Officer
  • Physical Disabilities Officer
  • Mental Health Officer

If you are motivated to get involved in
representing minority groups in John’s please apply by filling out this form: https://goo.gl/forms/xdJFQfpf7EoEu3mx2
 

From running events, to welfare and starting
up initiatives these roles play such an important part in making sure that
John’s is an inclusive place for everyone. 
Please feel free to email me (equalops@sjcjcr.com)
if you have any questions! I’m looking forward to hearing from you and working
with a great team. Thank you!