Jazz @ John’s: Friday November 9, 9pm-12am
Fisher Building Foyer, Entry £4
“Don’t let Week 5 get you down, come down to John’s and combat the Blues with Jazz. We’ve got two remarkable bands to get you dancing, so get in early to avoid disappointment!
Nigel Price Organ Trio
Nigel is one of the top UK jazz guitar players.He’s a regular performer at Ronnie Scott’s where he has racked up over 150 performances, spent three years with the James Taylor Quartet, has performed with the BBC big band, the legendary David Axelrod and led his organ trio to first place in the All Party Parliamentary Jazz Appreciation Group (APPJAG) awards for “best jazz ensemble” in 2010. Their latest album, Heads & Tales was voted 5th best in the world 2011 in Mojo magazine, being described as “brilliant” and “exhilarating”. Nigel is accompanied by Pete Whittaker on Hammond Organ and Matt Home on drums.
Resolution 88 is a hard-hitting, raw funk quartet comprised of Cambridge favourites Tom O’Grady on keys, Tiago Coimbra on bass, Afrika Green on drums and Ric Elsworth on percussion! Have a listen for yourself at
and don’t forget to like their page
A brilliant re-working of this play by a Johnian, Oresteia is the late show at the ADC Theatre this week. It is at 11pm Wed Oct 31 – Sat Nov 3, student tickets are £5. Don’t miss out on a great piece of student theatre!
John’s has two vendors of Varsity Rugby Tickets this year – Vicki Morley (vlm36) and Jade Jagiello (jj366). People can email or come and find either of them for tickets. Buying through them means that you will be part of a John’s block in the stadium; a hoping for a good college turnout is always fantastic!
We have now finalised all the arrangements for the Referee Course this term.
As you all well know, we’re always looking for new referees to join the
ranks, and continue to provide high-quality officials for as many fixtures
as possible. But, to do this, we need to recruit and get new people trained!
You can book at the following link:
Bearing in mind, you’ll be in profit with an FA qualification to boot by the
end of the course, it can only be positive. Very good for your CV and for
finance in future!
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me; I should be
delighted to speak with you.
University Referee Coordinator
CUAFL Referees’ and Disciplinary Secretary firstname.lastname@example.org
At Towers Watson our associates help the world’s largest multinational corporations tackle their key people, benefits and risk issues. If you have the talent and the drive, you could too.
Towers Watson is an exciting place to begin your career and whatever your career aspirations, you will get the guidance and the opportunities to make your mark.
What defines us?
Towers Watson’s mission is to contribute to their clients’ success through utilising their unique capabilities and deep expertise. We provide the vision, ideas and answers to positively affect their business results. Towers Watson’s roots may go back more than 130 years to the world’s oldest firm of actuaries, but their vision is firmly fixed on the future. In March 2012, Fortune magazine ranked Towers Watson as number one in its industry and on its list of the World’s Most Admired Companies.
What we offer you
Our clients recognise the need for, and actively seek, the best ideas from the brightest minds in the business, giving our consultants challenges and opportunities that are difficult to find anywhere else.
Whether you join us within Actuarial Consulting, Investment Consulting, Talent and Rewards Consulting or Software Engineering you will have immediate exposure to actual client assignments.
Want to find out more?
Come to our ‘Consultancy, Cocktails and Pizza Evening.’
When: Thursday 8th November from 18:00 to 22:00.
Where: The Cow, Corn Exchange Street, Cambridge, CB2 3QF
What do the CEOs of Coca Cola, Saatchi and Saatchi, Microsoft and Adidas have in common? They all started their careers at P&G. Are you interested in joining the club?
* 4 billion people across the globe use our product each day. That is 4 billion reasons to apply.
* Hungry for real-world projects? At P&G you have real responsibility from day one.
* Our interns and new hires don’t make coffee, they make an impact. Procter & Gamble have another selection of events lined up next week.
Come talk to us at one of the following:
a) Brand Strategy Seminar – Tuesday 6th November, 14:00-15:00 – Details and sign up via Careers Service Discover how the UK’s no.1 Marketing Employer builds its billion-dollar brands, and how you can use the same techniques. Relevant for students interesting in Commercial roles at P&G, including Brand Management.
b) CV Clinic – 11am-1pm – Wednesday 7th November – Arts Picture House Back by popular demand – an excellent opportunity to meet and discuss careers with an industry professional & learn about what we look for in a first-class CV. Apply for a space to Stephen McMeikan (email@example.com), attaching your draft CV or a summary of your key achievements, and stating your preferred time.
c) Business Management Fair – Wednesday 7th November, 13:00-17:30 – University Centre Drop by the P&G stand to meet us and learn more about career opportunities in Marketing, Customer Business Development and Finance.
d) Science & Technology Fair – Thursday 8th November, 13:00-17:30 – University Centre P&G will be at the Science & Technology fair. Regardless of whether you are just beginning to consider what we offer, or you want to find out more about working for us – drop in and have a chat with one of us.
* WHAT’S ON OFFER? Apply to any of the following through www.pgcareers.com
1) Commercial Careers Academy 17-18th Dec – Final year students – application deadline 30th November – Job # WE00000607
2) Manufacturing Careers Academy 2-5th Dec – Final year students – application deadline 11th November – Job# MFG00003582
3) P&D PhD Seminar 21-25th April 2013 – Science/Engineering final year PhD students – application deadline 11th November 2012 – www.pgcareers.com/rdphd
4) Finance & Accounting Day in the Life 18-19th Dec – Final year students – application deadline 30th November 2012 – Job #WE00000611
5) R&D Internships Summer 2013 – Penultimate year students – application deadline 11th November 2012 – www.pgcareers.com/rdint
6) Finance & Accounting Winter Internships 2013 – Final year students – application deadline 1st December – Job #FIN00002735
7) Commercial Internships Summer 2013 – Penultimate year students – application deadline March 2013 – opening soon.
* Any questions? Come to one of our events, see www.pgcareers.com or contact one of the functional representatives below to arrange a individual meeting:
o Marketing – Sara McCraight – firstname.lastname@example.org
o Customer Business Development – Sarah DaCosta – email@example.com
o Finance – David Swainston – firstname.lastname@example.org
o Product Supply – Elizabeth Pearson – email@example.com
o Research and Development – Michael Groombridge – firstname.lastname@example.org
Four billion times a day, P&G brands touch the lives of people around the world. We have one of the largest and strongest portfolios of trusted quality brands, including Ariel, Always, Braun, Crest, Duracell, Gillette, Head & Shoulders, Hugo Boss, Iams, Lenor, Max Factor, Olay, Oral-B, Pampers and Pantene! We value people and so attract and recruit the finest people in the world – we have 140,000 people working in 80 countries worldwide making sure P&G brands live up to their promise to make everyday life a little better. We put an emphasis on personal leadership & career development, with real jobs from Day One: as a New Hire, you could be managing a multi-million pound budget or leading a business worth up to £100m. Come to our Introduction Presentation to meet former Cambridge students who now work in P&G across a range of functions.
Hi all 🙂
So it’s been a while since my last update… Here’s what I’ve been up to! If there’s anything you want to see accomplished in College by the JCR Committee on your behalf, drop me an email on fo236 and let me know.
We had a JCR Open Meeting on the 16th and we have another one of those coming up in the next few weeks, when we’ll be talking about JCR Elections, the charity the JCR supports with its events and some other important issues. Keep your eye out for a date!
Jon and I both attended an Environmental Committee meeting on the 17th – we’ve made some great progress particularly on the College’s recycling policies and we’re currently getting sorted for Green Day. We’ll be focusing on the environment across the College and working to raise awareness about using energy sensibly and so on.
I’ve also had meetings with the Senior Tutor and Domestic Bursar on the 17th and 19th, making sure that things continue to run smoothly as always! We have a couple of exciting announcements coming up from these meetings, which I’ll release as soon as I can…
As usual I’ve been going to CUSU Council and Presidents & External meetings. We’ve renewed all but one of the motions which were lapsing policy – this means they had been CUSU policy for 3 years and needed to be reviewed. You can email CUSU or check out their website if you’d like any more info on these policies. 4
Last week I had a Senior and Junior Members committee meeting on the 25th, which is a forum for the JCR and SBR to speak with the Master and other Fellows in particular about academic issues for students in College. I also met with the panel of Tutors, to discuss one of those exciting things I’ll be announcing soon…! 🙂 There was also a Publications and Public Relations Committee meeting on the 24th.
Coming up this week I’ve also got a Health & Safety Committee meeting, a meeting with the Development Office about some refurbishment work happening in College, a College Council meeting with the College’s most senior Fellows, and a meeting with the Domestic Bursar.
Do let me know if you’ve got any questions, concerns, worries, feedback or anything else you think the JCR could do with hearing! 🙂
Volunteer to teach in Nepal with Cambridge Volunteers in Nepal – Applications in NOW
How would you like to spend your summer living, teaching, traveling and just generally experiencing Nepal?
Apply now on our website, https://sites.google.com/site/cambridgevolunteersinnepal/ Applications MUST be in by THIS SATURDAY at midnight!
Every year Cambridge Volunteers in Nepal sends 16 volunteers, split between two schools and time slots to two schools, one in Kathmandu the other in rural countryside, run by the charitable, incredibly progressive foundation Hindu Vidya Peeth. This is a country desperately in need of help with their education systems, and incredibly thankful for any assistance it receives
Living with the kids, teaching and playing with them every day, travelling through the beautiful, sometimes mystifying, always fascinating country or just chatting with some of the friendliest people on earth is an incredible experience and we welcome any and everyone to apply.
Applications are in for this Saturday, you can apply online on our website https://sites.google.com/site/cambridgevolunteersinnepal/ where you can also find loads of information about the scheme. Then hopefully in the next few weeks we’ll be calling you for interview, just 10-15 minutes to find out why you want to go to Nepal and what kind of teacher you might be. Don’t worry, we don’t judge on experience, but mainly on enthusiasm for the project, the kids and the country.