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Spend Easter in Japan at zero expense! Apply to be an activity mentor on Japan's government sponsored Youth Empowerment Programme
Your Role: To assist the leaders on the Japanese youth empowerment programme for Japanese high school students.
Your Reward: A chance to explore Japan for free! During the programme, flights, hotel accommodation and almost all other expenses are covered. You will join 9 other Oxbridge students, so this is also an excellent chance to meet like-minded adventurous spirits. Additionally, you are free to fix your own return flight date, so you can stay on and explore the natural beauty of Japan. Apply today by emailing a brief description of yourself (including college, subject and interests), a photo and any relevant experience. Deadline for applications is 30th July 2015, though applications will be considered on a rolling basis.
Dates: 13th March - 2nd April 2016
Apply by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
English Teaching in Sudan
English Teaching In Sudan
Boyd English Centres in Khartoum, Sudan, is looking for young and enthusiastic English teachers. You don?t need teaching experience but not to say it wouldn?t help. Most important is an outgoing personality and an ability to work in alien cultural surroundings.
BEC is a new start-up institute that offers private English tuition to school children, students, NGO workers and business people. We aim to become the best centre in Sudan for private tuition. The centre is located in central Khartoum.
All classes are one to one but we hope to expand to give classes in the future.
BEC is a business institution but we also encourage our staff to take on work at other institutions around the city for those less fortunate. We work specifically with a charity for South Sudanese refugees in the city.
Sudan is one of the more troubled countries in a troubled region but the conflicts are restricted to the periphery. What you read in the press is mostly true but Sudan is a large country and the current problems do not affect Khartoum directly. You will find that the Sudanese people are unbelievably generous, hospitable, friendly and kind. You will often find people going out of their way to help you in everyday life.
Sudan is a Muslim country and its official language is Arabic. For those wanting to learn Arabic Sudan is a great destination.
In contrast with the periphery, Khartoum is undoubtedly one of the safest cities in the world and there is almost none of the crime normally associated with cities in the developing world. The weather is extremely hot but not unbearably so and you will soon get used to it.
Not everything that you might want is available in Khartoum but most things are. Anything that has to be imported is expensive, even by Western standards, but other things are very cheap. Alcohol and pork are strictly illegal but we have good contacts so don?t think that just because you?re in the desert that it will never rain!
We offer accommodation, (either at the centre or an apartment nearby), work permits and a local salary equivalent to approximately $300 per month. We also offer reimbursement for flights on the completion of a 12-month contract.
If you are interested or would like to find out more please send a brief c.v. and a letter of interest to email@example.com
You will need to attend an informal interview in person or on skype.
Job Opportunity at Cambridge Immerse
Cambridge Immerse is a two week residential educational experience that allows participants aged 15-18 to gain an unrivalled insight into a chosen discipline, ranging from the arts to the sciences, that takes place in August 2015 (approximately 8th-23rd). We're looking for Cambridge University undergraduates to fill positions as summer mentors. 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.
If you're interested, please could you send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The application deadline is June 30th 2015.
Cambridge's Technology Ventures Conference (TVC) is one of the largest non-profit student-led entrepreneurship conferences in the world. We bring together more than 400 entrepreneurs, investors, technologists, academics, and students to share, collaborate, and connect with visionary thinkers on all aspects of technology and entrepreneurship.
This year's focus will be on how innovation and entrepreneurship can save resources to boost growth, enhance global welfare, and enable a sustainable future. Topics that will be covered include CleanTech, Energy, BioTech, MedTech, Materials, Manufacturing, Food, and Water.
Organizer: Cambridge Technology & Enterprise Club
Date: June 26th (8am-7pm)
Location: West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge
Main Event: keynote speeches, plenary sessions, workshops, and pitching sessions.
Opportunities: investment, recruitment, and collaboration through showcases and exhibitions.
Competitions: startup challenge, 3D printing innovation award, scientific poster award, sustainable futures challenge, i-Teams showcase.
Ticket discounts are available.
CAMBRIDGE HUMANITIES REVIEW ISSUE 9, LITERARY FESTIVAL AND GARDEN PARTY
This bumper is shortly due for publication and features Prof. Raymond Geuss 'Who may make fun of whom?', Prof. Paul Cartledge '10 Things You Really Should Know About Ancient Greek Democracy', as well as articles and reviews on topics as diverse as Seamus Heaney, the late historian Sir Christopher Bayly, Indian art, counterfactual history and much more. Buy a year subscription for our next three issues for just £5 on our website, which includes free entry to the CHR Literary Festival and Garden Party, held on the 18th June at the beautiful venue of Leckhampton House, with live jazz, speakers including Lord Maurice Glasman and Professor Christine Carpenter, food and drink: