ECSU Complete Careers Workshop

THIS THURSDAY (19th October) 1915 – 2215 in Upper Hall in Emma.

Whether you’re a grad looking for a job or a first year wanting to hear more about LinkedIn, this is the workshop for you. This workshop covers more than any before, and is appropriate for EVERYONE even if you just come to chat with some wine!

On offer:
– 1 to 1 CV vetting appointments
– 1 to 1 job application and general career advice appointments
– General informal CV and careers advice
– 1 to 1 LinkedIn profile advice, and general LinkedIn help
– Handouts contianing informaiton and contacts
– Wine!

Alumni from the civil service, actuary, and law professions will be present, with more to follow!

Booking for Emma Ski 2018 NOW OPEN!!

Booking is now open for Emma Ski 2018!

Things to look forward to:

-Access to the entire of Espace Killy – that’s the whole of Val d’Isere and Tignes included in one ski pass. 300km of skiing and 156 runs!

-Optional beginners lessons and advanced workshop with ESF and Evolution 2 Ski instructors.

-Tonnes of ents – apres, fondue, resort challenges, pool parties and a top of the mountain funicular party you won’t want to miss!

-Accommodation close to the slopes and next door to the ski hire shop. You don’t need to decide who to room with yet, once we’re all booked in a room allocation form will be set up so you can stay with your closest Emma pals!

Emma Ski has also arranged discounted ski hire!! Get up to 50% off your equipment when you book using our google form. This officially makes us cheaper than varsity!!

So what are you waiting for? Book into Emma Ski today to secure your place on the trip. See you on the slopes!

We’re planning on doing the Into the Unknown Party so make sure you book onto that too!

**IMPORTANT: Use the google sheet to sign up for discounted skis, snowboards, boots and helmets and select ‘No equipment hire’ on the NUCO ski hire stage.**

https://docs.google.com/…/1TwGOnnhH_HHDY2mEfvD4s1xNV-…/edit…

General Booking link:

https://booking.nucotravel.com/emmaski/xmastrip

Music Investigation Participants Wanted

Opportunity for undergraduates (aged 18-22) to earn £6 for c.45 minutes.
Participants sought for study investigating the effect of music on co-operation, run at the Centre for Music and Science on the Sidgwick Site.

The study will involve a fun and interesting activity; it is *not* necessary to have received any musical training. Contact Rebecca at rnw28@cam.ac.uk if you would like to participate.

Selwyn Snowball worker applications are open!

The Selwyn Snowball is the only annual winter ball in Cambridge and you could be a part of it. We are looking for motivated and reliable individuals to help staff the ball.

Worker applications are now open! Find the application form and details of shifts, roles and (most importantly) remuneration at: https://selwynsnowball.typeform.com/to/ZjDpk9.

For the first time ever, we are now recruiting Area Managers for the Ball. So if you have previous Ball or Committee experience, please apply!

For any queries, contact: personnel@selwynsnowball.co.uk.

The deadline is Saturday 28th October, though earlier applications are encouraged.

APT Recruiting Events

APT (www.joinapt.com/Cambridge) will be hosting a number of events in Cambridge over the coming weeks. We look forward to meeting you, and discussing the ways that we’re using Big Data to revolutionise the world of Strategy Consultancy

  • 18th October – Presentation on Strategy Consulting in the Age of Big Data

18:00-19:30 – Darwin Room, Pitt Building

 Please email Recruiting_Europe@aptmail.com to register

  • 19th October – Women’s dinner for those considering a career in Consultancy with APT

19:00 – further details will be shared by email

As this is a limited capacity event, please apply by emailing Recruiting_Europe@aptmail.com by 16th October with a copy of your CV, and 1-2 lines outlining your interest

  • 24th October – APT Company Information Session

19:30-21:00 – Darwin Room, Pitt Building

Please email Recruiting_Europe@aptmail.com to register

Programme Assistant Easter Vacancies

Would you like to be part of the successful delivery of an academic vacation programme for Japanese high school students?

Pembroke College International Programmes (IP) department is recruiting eleven Programme Assistants (PAs) for 18th March to 3rd April 2018.

PAs are integral to the smooth running of the programme.  They are expected to engage with visiting students as well as providing practical assistance to teaching staff.  They help students to make the most of the Cambridge experience by welcoming them, helping them to settle into College life, organising social events and supporting them in the classroom.

All Cambridge students are welcome to apply for these positions. We would encourage re-applications from students that have previously worked as PAs for the IP Department.

The wage for this role is £365 per week, and the cost of college accommodation is covered for the duration of the employment.

Applications open on Monday 16th October, and the deadline for applications is 12 noon on Wednesday 1stNovember 2017.

To apply check this link: http://www.pem.cam.ac.uk/ip/vacancies/

Have a look at this poster: PA recruitment poster Easter 2018

Participants needed for brain stimulation study!

Participants needed for brain stimulation study!

Our lab at the Department of Psychology at the University of Cambridge is currently looking for participants in psychological research. The purpose of this study is to examine the brain’s mechanisms of 3D depth perception.

Most of the experiment will take place over separate days in the Department of Psychology (Downing Site, CB2 3EB). During the experiment, you will be asked to perform a visual task. You will receive brain stimulation to investigate the role of certain brain networks in visual perception.

This study will include the following:

• One session (1h) in which you will perform a visual task in front of a screen. You will be compensated £7 per hour.

• Two sessions (2h) that will involve the use of non-invasive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) and Electroencephalography (EEG). The TMS technique we are going to use is a safe and widely used neurophysiologic method for non-invasive stimulation of the neural tissue of the brain in both clinical and research settings. It should not bring any lasting discomfort, but during the session you might experience gentle tapping feeling on the scalp. You will be compensated £8.00 per hour.

For more information please contact:

Dr. Elizabeth Michael
Email: em639@cam.ac.uk

Lukas Schaeffner
Email: lfs36@cam.ac.uk

During the experiment, you have the right to withdraw from the study at any time and you will be entitled to any agreed payment up to the point where you withdraw. The information which you supply will be processed in accordance with the provisions of the Data Protection Act 1998. No identifiable personal data will be published.

Audition for Selwyn Snowball 2017!

Audition slots have just opened for Selwyn Snowball 2017!

Open to all University of Cambridge students, we’re looking for all kinds of performers, whether musical or variety. It’s a fantastic chance to perform on our SCR and Chapel stages for either a fee or discounted tickets.

Auditions will take place on Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd October at Selwyn College Diamond.

Sign up link: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1RPNjMlHMlhMoEFN-S7mEez6tIKpH8A0ZCf_rutMRpoY/edit#gid=0

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/680737758787098/permalink/680740295453511/?notif_id=1507382215009657&notif_t=like