TeaMWork Virtual International Projects!
Virtual international experience for three weeks in July.
Are you looking to gain international experiences? Collaborate with students from different global universities? Make connections with organisations and develop skills to shape your career path? Are you available part-time the first 3 weeks of July 2020?
Take part in our exciting new TeaMWork virtual international projects programme!
TeaMWork brings together a multi-disciplinary team of six students, from three universities – Warwick, Monash Australia and Monash Malaysia – to collaborate on a specific challenge provided by an organisation.
The programme runs for the first three weeks in July and requires a commitment of up to 10 hours per week, on a part-time, flexible basis.
APPLICATIONS CLOSE 17 APRIL 2020!
For more information, please follow the link HERE!
To apply, please follow the link HERE!
NEW LEADERSHIP CO-CREATION INITIATIVE TO INSPIRE A GENERATION – UK101 (being delivered through Common Purpose)
For more information on UK101, visit commonpurpose.org/uk101
Do you want to be part of an initiative that will inspire a generation to create a lasting legacy?
Common Purpose, a not-for-profit leadership development organization, is excited to announce UK101, which is bringing together young people from across the UK to answer the question "What kind of leaders do we want our generation to become?” Inspired by the visionary leaders who founded the NHS in 1948, UK101 creates a model of leadership with young people from diverse backgrounds and brings it to life with an online leadership programme. Young people across the UK will then take part, gaining the skills and relationships that will help them match the ambition of the leaders in 1948 and create their generation’s own unique legacy.
But UK101 won’t exist unless you help create it – we need your ideas and opinions on what makes great leadership. Take the short UK101 Leadership Questionnaire now: sgiz.mobi/s3/UK101
Complete the questionnaire for a chance to win a space on one of Common Purpose’ face-to-face leadership development programmes, a copy of Julia Middleton’s new book Cultural Intelligence: The Competitive Edge for Leaders Crossing Boundaries, or a £50 Amazon voucher!
For more information on UK101, visit commonpurpose.org/uk101..
Do you have a great idea for a new initiative that will benefit fellow students? Would you like assistance in running a recurring event at Warwick that has proved successful in the past and needs further support to develop and grow? If so, we want to hear from you.
- Proposals should demonstrate real impact for the broader Warwick community. How will your proposal benefit fellow Warwick students?
- All proposals must meet our eligibility criteria as set out in our full Terms and Conditions
There are two stages of assessment. First, you will need to complete an online application form. You will be notified about the progress of your application within four weeks of the submission date.
If you meet our eligibility criteria and are successful in the first stage, you will be invited to the second stage to make a pitch to our panel.
Heat Your Own Food
Do you struggle to find where to heat up your own food?
Here is a handy webpage that shows all the microwave locations on campus
Student Staff Liaison Committee (SSLC)
The chance for you to share your voice and to get involved in making change.