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Subject: Details for Membership, Summer Work Opportunities in Oxford for Graduates (Teaching) & Undergraduates (Administration) - Oriel, Corpus Christi and Pembroke Colleges
Date: Tue, 19 Nov 2013 13:52:45 -0500
From: Justin Bangs <justin@oxbridgeprograms.com>
To: <president@ox.compsoc.net>

Dear ,

To the OU Computer Scoeity, for the attention of the President:

Dear Sam,

I am writing with information on summer jobs that may be of interest to your society members since, every year, our best people tend to be the same energetic and enthusiastic individuals who love being involved with clubs and societies at Oxford.

I write to you on behalf of Oxbridge Academic Programs, an organization that has been bringing secondary level students from around the world to Oxford for over 25 years.† We have two programmes in Oxford, The Oxford Tradition in Corpus Christi and Pembroke Colleges and The Oxford Prep Experience in Oriel College. Each year, over 600 students from more than 50 countries come to study with us in Oxford during the month of July.†

Iíd be very grateful if you could share the information below to the membership of your society.† Please donít hesitate to let me know if you have any questions. Many thanks in advance for your help Ė it really is very much appreciated.




Justin Bangs

Coordinator of Faculty Recruitment

Oxbridge Academic Programs


PAID SUMMER WORK IN OXFORD (Graduates & Undergraduates)

Oxbridge Academic Programs has been running summer study programmes for advanced secondary school students in Oxford for over 25 years.† We have openings for both undergraduates and graduates.†

We are currently looking for undergraduates that are interested in working as Activities Directors or Program Assistants.† We are looking for out-going students with a sense of fun and the ability to get things done.† Year after year, some of our best people are the same energetic and enthusiastic individuals who are actively involved in Oxford Universityís clubs and societies.

We are currently also looking for graduate students to teach a wide variety of subjects in the humanities, social sciences, physical sciences, and creative arts, including Art History, British History, Business and Finance, Computer Science, Economics, English Literature, Gender Studies, Genetics, International Relations, Law, Engineering, Medical Science, Physics and Social Psychology, among many others.† A comprehensive listing of courses is available online at: www.oxbridgeprograms.com/academics/courses.php.† ††

Our administrative and teaching positions are full-time during the month of July, with competitive salaries, our students are bright and enthusiastic and, speaking from past experience, itís great fun. For graduate students, it can be a welcome break from the lab or the library. For undergraduates, itís a great way to remain in Oxford over the summer and introduce high school students to the University. We employ a bright, international faculty and itís an enjoyable experience for students and staff alike.

Interested individuals should submit a CV and a covering letter to Justin Bangs at justin@oxbridgeprograms.com.† The application deadline is Monday 3 February 2014.† Candidates are encouraged to apply well in advance of the deadline. Interviews will be held in Oxford during late February and early March 2014. Our website (www.oxbridgeprograms.com) contains a great deal of information about what we do and the kind of experience we try to create, as well as an Employment section.