How do you find motivation to exercise when you just don’t feel like getting off your butt? The Kembé events team has a solution, because let’s face it summer is near and its time to take a break from studying and losing that beer belly.
The Run for Tanzania is a charity run on EUR campus organized by The Kembé Foundation. Money will be collected for the next project of the Kembé Foundation whose goal is to set up social-entrepreneurial projects in developing countries. By asking friends, family, neighbors and professors to sponsor you as a runner you can help make our next project in Tanzania a success!
Sign in time: 17h00- 17h45
Start running: 18h00
On Woudestein campus, starting line behind the L-building.
How can I participate?
1.Send us an email on email@example.com
3.Run on campus (as many laps as you can in max. 60min)
4.Enjoy your contribution to build up a project in Tanzania
5.Collect the money from your sponsors
Participation fee: 5 Euros
Don't forget to press attending and like our events page!
The Kembé Foundation
With help of CEMS GreenEUR and SECEUR
GreenEUR is recruiting for the next GreenEUR Board! Become a part-time board member for the student organization of the EUR that focuses on social involvement and environmental sustainability! We initiate projects and events to reach our mission, and are achieving results by also working together with companies, university and other student organizations. Take a look at our website http://www.greeneur.nl for more information!
Why apply? Gain valuable board experience/ Work together with other students/ Professional development/ Contribute to society
Interested? Apply for a part-time board position by sending in your CV, motivation and position(s) of interest (chairman, secretary, marketing manager, project manager or financial manager) to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline application 22th of May!
RSM SUSTAINABILITY FORUM 2013
PARTNERING FOR SUSTAINABILITY
LOOKING FOR A CAREER? CHOOSE A SUSTAINABLE ONE
24 MAY: 13.30 - 19.00H, INNTEL HOTEL, ROTTERDAM
Partnerships between public sector, private sector and civil society have become increasingly prominent during the past years. The three sectors are acknowledged to be interdependent, and the objectives of one sector can often only be achieved in partnership with participants from the other sectors. Partnerships are supposed to create a ‘collaborative advantage’ by generating additional knowledge and resources.
Participate in inspiring workshops given by internationally renowned companies like Unilever, Cargill, KLM, Eneco and PostNL that have designed partnerships to accelerate towards (more) sustainable business.
Moreover, we’ve got 2 fantastic key-note speakers for you:
PROF. DR. MICHAEL BRAUNGART
For two decades, Prof. dr. Michael Braungart has pioneered a system of innovation known as Cradle to Cradle. He co-authored (with William McDonough) the bestselling book of the same name, and has lectured at numerous universities in Europe, America and Asia. His expertise has been published in numerous international magazines and journals, and inspired companies to change their ways of working. Michael will also host one of the workshop.
DR. HERBERT SMORENBURG
EMBA Alumnus Herbert Smorenburg recently joined Schuttelaar & Partners as Strategic Advisor and works on projects in the area of food, nutrition and public-private partnerships. Previously, Herbert worked for 17 years with Unilever in product development and nutrition & health. His last positions were Nutrition and Health Director Europe and Director Unilever Health Institute Africa, for which he was based in Ghana and South Africa. Herbert has extensive experience in building bridges between social, political and/or economic developments and business interests and brings stakeholders on board with vision and passion.
Your contribution: only 5 euro.
Join us! www.rsm.nl/sustainability-forum
Next Saturday, 23 March, EUR will turn off the lights and participate in Earth Hour.
· What – WWF Earth Hour
· Where/which lights? - all neon lights on the buidlings
· When – Saturday 23 March, 20.30-21.30 h
· Who – EUR Workgroup Sustainabiliy
· why: To signal our concern about the future of our life on this earth
To learn more about Earth Hour: www.earthhour.org
The Institute for Housing and Urban Development Studies (IHS) is the International institute for Urban Management of Erasmus University. IHS has developed into a leading international knowledge centre with 55 years of experience in applied knowledge for urban management and development. Operating on a global scale, IHS offers post graduate education, training, advisory services and applied research.
The Urban Environmental Management and Climate Change team of IHS has two vacancies for:
1. Urban Environmental and Climate Change Intern (undergraduate level)
The successful candidate will be part of the Urban Environmental Management and Climate Change Team at IHS based in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, supporting the Team on running one post-graduate course called ‘’Urban Management Tools for Climate Change”, one specialization course called “Urban Environmental Planning and Climate Change” and support the implementation of relevant projects.
2. Urban Sustainability and Climate Change Intern (postgraduate level)
The successful candidate will be part of the Urban Environmental Management and Climate Change Team at IHS based in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, supporting the Team on projects in the field of urban sustainable development.
From the makers of the COCA-COLA CSR Trip, GreenEur brings you an unforgettable 2-day study trip to DEUTSCHE BANK! In FRANKFURT! Get ready to learn what banks are doing nowadays to exhibit social responsibility in beautiful Germany!
When? April 25th and April 26th 2013
Where? Frankfurt, Germany
How much will it cost? €40 (includes: Travel, Accommodation, One evening meal and City Tour)
Selection Process? Please send in your information to email@example.com. FIRST COME FIRST SERVE BASIS! Once applied a confirmation along with the detailed agenda on 28th March 2013 will be sent out.
Please send us the following personal information:
1. Last Name; First Name
2. Student Number
3. Program that you are currently attending
4. Address & Phone No.
5. Preferred contact e-mail address
Deadline for Submitting Application: 26th March 2013
The Coca-Cola Company with its great history and iconic image is one of the world’s leading beverage manufacturers. They currently offer 500 brands in over 200 countries and serve over 1.7 billion servings each day. The Coca-Cola CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) Company visit in Antwerp has been organized with the aim to generate a common awareness of the concept of CSR along an overview of the different CSR policies that Coca-Cola the company follows. It is a full day trip, an overview of which is mentioned below. There is also an opportunity for the students to spend some time to relax in Antwerp after the Company visit. The detailed agenda for the visit will be sent to the students after their spots
are confirmed. Date:
Friday, 15th March 2012 Time:
15 euros City:
Bus starts from Erasmus University at 12:00 PM
Send an e-mail with the below details to firstname.lastname@example.org
1. Last Name ;First Name
2. Student Number
3. Current Study enrolled in
4. Address & Phone No.
5. Preferred contact e-mail address
Note: The selection of the student is on a first come and first serve basis so hurry in with your applications! You will receive an email if you are selected with details on how to transfer your money to us.
On 8 Feb, it’s Warme Truien Dag (Warm Sweater Day) in the Netherlands, a national initiative that calls for people to turn the heating down, 1 or 2 degrees, in order to save energy and to increase awareness about heating and the energy that turning on the heater costs. See www.warmetruiendag.nl
The STAR Reach Out committee (undergraduate student organization http://www.rsmstar.nl/
) pitched the idea of participating and it has been approved to make it a EUR-wide initiative.
That means that on 8 Feb, on the entire campus, the heating will be turned down with 1 or 2 degrees so wear your warm sweater!!
THIS SPRING SEES THE ACTRESS, SINGER AND INTERNATIONAL STYLE ICON STAR IN THE CONSCIOUS COLLECTION CAMPAIGN.
Vanessa Paradis is the face of the Conscious collection at H&M this spring, wearing pieces in the campaign that are both on-trend and sustainable. The actress and singer looks stunning in a ruffle-edged yellow sundress, as well as an embellished jacket paired with botanical print trousers. The full women's collection will be available in-store and online from late March, alongside Conscious collections for men – blazers, chinos, Ikat print shirts and shorts – plus fun prints for kids and babies. "I like being part of something like the Conscious collection at H&M,” says Vanessa. “I try my best, and vintage is very much part of my wardrobe. I love the style and it works in an eco-friendly way because I like to use and reuse old clothes."
Coinciding with the Conscious campaign will be the launch of a garment collecting action in H&M stores. Customers in all markets will be able to bring any unwanted garments from any label to selected stores.http://www.hm.com/gb/life#vanessa_paradis_is_the_new_face_of_conscious_at_hm