The All Wales Midwifery and Reproductive Health Research Forum are currently looking for an individual/team to create a logo for their group.
The winning entry will receive £50; have their work commissioned in the public domain and gain an experience for their work profile and CV (Potential skills include working through a brief, dealing with a client, graphic design and good time management).
The All Wales Midwifery and Reproductive Health Forum was set up in response to an identified gap in support networks within Wales for those actively researching or wishing to conduct research in this field. Their key aim is to provide a supportive, collaborative and stimulating arena for discussing and promoting midwifery & reproductive health research, within a multi-disciplinary context.
Themes for the design could centre on the following (at least encompassing the first 2): Reproductive health, Midwifery, Research, Fertility, Pregnancy, Multi-disciplinary, Wales, Maternity, Collaboration, and Support network.
Students are particularly encouraged to enter this competition. To enter, please send your entry to email@example.com as a jpeg or pdf file with your name, Institution of study (if applicable), and email address.
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For more information about the challenge, please email Iheanyi Ibe on firstname.lastname@example.org
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION IS FRIDAY 22TH FEBRUARY 2012
The Ignite programme aims to develop enterprising individuals, people who can spot opportunities or problems and come up with an innovative way to change things for the better. Places are offered to students who wish to learn how to become more enterprising, employable, and creative. It also offers a learning opportunity for those thinking of setting up a businesses or developing an idea.
As an annual a joint collaboration between Cardiff University, Cardiff Metropolitan University, University of Glamorgan, and University of Newport, it has successfully grown year after year. Fifteen students from each institution attend Ignite and this provides students with the opportunity to work with students from other institutions.
Ignite uses a variety of teaching methods to develop student’s skills and abilities. Some of the highlights of previous events include workshops on body language skills, tips surrounding personal projection and control, session on social enterprises and workshops delivered by local entrepreneurs.
This 4 day event culminates in a 24 hour business challenge. Teams pitch for their seed money in a tough Welsh Dragons Den. The challenge involves going out into the city of Cardiff to put what the students learnt to the test through various negotiation and selling techniques. It also means that students have to develop a business idea from scratch, implement it and make a profit from their one day.
Do you have what it takes?
To express an interest, please email email@example.com with ‘Ignite’ as your email subject/title
Harry is a 19-year-old English Literature Undergraduate at Cardiff University as well as co-founder, and Managing Director of Exhibtr, a social network designed to help writers, artists and photographers exhibit their work to a global, attentive audience.
Born in Cardiff in 1993, he moved up to East Anglia as a young child, where he attended Ipswich School. Interests include Football, Rugby and all forms of literature. His love for poetry led to the formation of exhibtr.com,
He has recently contributed to the Huffington Post about what its like to start a business when studying at University. You can read more here
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