Do you want to ‘join the revolution’ and be part of the Frequency 13 team? Two LSM Senior Lecturers, and University of Lincoln alumni, produced this year’s fabulous Frequency trailer to promote Lincoln’s Digital Culture Festival, 18-26 October. David McSherry and Graham Cooper are part of the Frequency 13 team. The fest team said:
We need dynamic, positive and professional volunteers to help at Frequency events during the Festival. Whether you can commit to an evening, a day or the whole festival we would like to hear from you. There are a few positions available for you to apply for. Continue reading
Invitation from Lynne Smith at the Grimsby charity Foresight.
St Swithin’s Church is a fantastic exhibition space and we’re inviting artists, photographers, designers, performers and filmmakers to showcase their talents at St Swithin’s and encourage long-term community use of the church.
With a volunteer from the Diocese of Lincoln we are working with St Swithin’s Church to bring it to the forefront of community life. Our first event is to launch ‘Timebanking’ at an event over the Christmas Market weekend (in Lincoln).
The next meeting to discuss the project, it’ll be about an hour, is at St Swithin’s Church on Thursday 26th September at 11.30 am. The east end of the church is on Broadgate and it’s by the central library at 1 St Swithin’s Square in Lincoln. You are very welcome to attend or if you would like to contact me with any expressions of interest I can take them to the meeting on your behalf. I look forward to hearing from you. My email: firstname.lastname@example.org
From the University’s Alumni Network: The University’s admissions team is getting ready for A Level results day and would like your help as a graduate. This year is expected to be particularly busy and alumni are invited to come and help out with calls and experience this fast-paced environment for themselves. It is always an exciting time, with hundreds of calls coming in from students hoping to get a place here. The process is known as Clearing and students who have changed their minds about their choice of university or whose exam results were better or worse than expected will contact us on results day or the day after. Here are the details:
… for the very first Library Student Advisers.
Here’s an invitation from Dan Derricott. The Library wants to hear student opinion on how it should develop and is looking for a group of 20 committed and knowledgeable students to form its Student Advisory Panel which will meet twice between now and the end of the year – with food & drink provided. There will also be opportunities to get involved in specific projects throughout the year if you have the time, all of which will help The Library to improve and will look great on your CV, and some which may come with a thank you gift for your time! If you are interested in getting involved all you need to do is email with answers to the following two questions:
- What one thing would you change about The Library, why and how? (Max 200 words)
- What one thing is The Library great at and how should it build on that? (Max 200 words)
We are looking for creative minds, which can help us develop solutions that students will like, so be bold in your answers and push some boundaries! Please send your answers in an email to email@example.com by noon on Monday the 18th February 2013.
Are you interested in volunteering overseas, and telling a story about it? Would you like to immerse yourself in another culture, contribute to international development, and make media about the experience?
International Citizen Service (ICS) is the UK’s leading global volunteering programme for people aged 18-25, bringing together young people from different countries to fight poverty. Over the next three years ICS will be sending 7,000 young people from the UK to over 28 of the world’s poorest countries to work alongside national volunteers for 10-12 weeks.
If you’re a recent graduate from a journalism or media course, and 25 or under, then you could apply for one of the upcoming placements, which are provisionally: January – March 2013 and April – June 2013.
Multi-award winning Production Company Keo Films is looking for loggers to work on a prime time series for Channel 4. The two-week voluntary work, with expenses, is to transcribe rushes based in Scunthorpe during August. Continue reading
Volunteers are needed for Wolds Words – Lincolnshire Festival of Reading, Writing and Performance. Mike Mason said this is great to put on your CV! Also travel and lunch are provided!
‘The festival, based in Louth, will feature across the area in a range of venues in the surrounding market towns of Alford, Horncastle and Spilsby. It merges world class artists and performances alongside a more local community based programme.’
Events Assistants – Advising the public of the events taking place,
helping to set up stalls, workshops, events.
Wolds Words Information Office – To assist at the information office
in the run up to the festival and on the festival itself. Helping to
promote the festival to the local community.
Evaluate Assistants – To record feedback from the festivalgoer’s ,
possibly with the use of a recording device
TO DISPLAY YOUR WORK Continue reading