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  • What's On:

    **HOMERTON MAY BALL AUDITIONS 2015**

    Calling all performers - musical or otherwise! Homerton May Ball wants
    you!

    If you would be interested in performing at Homerton May Ball 2015 (on
    June 12th), then please sign up for an audition slot at the following
    Doodle Poll: http://doodle.com/5uqk4vbe48dy3vrc [4]

    The auditions will be taking place in the Drawing Room, on Saturday
    January 31st and Sunday February 1st. Look forward to seeing plenty of
    you over the weekend!

    Many thanks!

    Cambridge Aspire Society Launch Event - Help level the playing field between State and Private School students

    Are you passionate about encouraging State School applicants to apply to top universities? Do you want to inspire and enable AS students to apply to Cambridge?

    Join a growing society and make a difference.
    - One-off opportunities to develop a subject-specific programme
    - Get involved in a marketing campaign to target schools
    - Build a relationship with a student through weekly mentoring
    - Get involved in fundraising and social events
    - Wide range of flexible opportunities available to suit absolutely any commitment level

    Drop into Newnham JCR at any time between 5pm and 7pm on Tuesday 3rd February to see how you can get involved!

    Check out the facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/events/782274908522465/782300771853212/

    To be added to our mailing list contact: aspire.cambridge.society@gmail.com

    Oxbridge Intercultural Programmes

    Recruitment: Tutors for 4-week residential English programme in South Korea

    This programme will take place in Jinju Health College (JHC), 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 Tutors for this intensive one-month programme.

    Benefits:

    - FREE return flight to South Korea (with flexible return dates for your own travel afterwards)
    - FULL accommodation + food during the programme
    - Weekend Excursions (e.g trips to ancient capital of Korea , Templestay, etc.)

    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. Applicants must be able to depart from London on Thursday 25th June 2015. The programme starts on Monday 29th June and ends on Saturday 25th July.

    You can apply by filling in our application form at http://www.jotformeu.com/form/43625086973363

    The deadline is 8th February (12 noon) 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 14th and 15th February, and in Cambridge on 21st and 22nd 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.2015@gmail.com

    Amnesty Fundraiser

    This Friday 30th January? are hosting a CEILIDH in order to raise money for Amnesty International and kick off our LGBTQ+ rights campaign.

    The ceilidh will be gender-neutral (calls will not be gendered, but rather group A, group B) and the Cambridge University ceilidh band will be performing.



    Tickets are available through the facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1581719028711038/?fref=ts or on the door ? doors open at 19.30 at Emmanuel United Reform Church. Everyone is welcome and it looks to be a very fun evening ? any questions, please contact our secretary on ec500@cam.ac.uk.

    CU HELP *FINAL* INFORMATION EVENING – TEACHING ENGLISH IN NEPAL

    Date: Monday, 2nd February
    Time: 7-8pm
    Venue: Keynes? Hall, King?s College

    Would you like to do something worthwhile in summer 2015? Have you ever thought about visiting Nepal or climbing the Himalayas, but never got a chance? Have you ever considered volunteering and teaching in a foreign country?

    With CU HELP (Helambu Education and Livelihood Project) you have a unique opportunity to volunteer with a small grass-roots charity: teach in a school in the rural Helambu Region surrounded by mountains, live with a host family, experience the culture of Nepal and trek in the Himalayas!

    To find out more, come to our INFORMATION EVENING on *Monday 2nd February, 7-8pm in Keynes? Hall, King?s College*! We will have lots of pictures, a video from this year?s scheme and there will be a chance to chat to past volunteers about their experiences.

    For more information visit: http://www.helpnepal.co.uk/ or email cuhelp_president@yahoo.com

    Join our facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1592679164284439/?context=create&previousaction=create&ref=2&ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming&source=49&sid_create=1074011619

    Come and join us to have the most amazing experience of your life!