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- @EvieBrowne Gr8 to see you yesterday! All our meeting runs so much more smoothly with you there. Looking forward to reading the minutes. 3 days ago
- RT @CambIntArts: Very much enjoyed getting 50 members of the @HumCentre to be creative last night! Difficult to get them to stop :-) 3 days ago
- @Caroline_Jaine Thx for an inspiring and fun evening and congrats on the #Secretartforsyria success! 3 days ago
You can also find information and advice about ethical careers on the Cambridge Hub website: http://cambridgehub.org/careers
For professional advice on careers in international development, we suggest that Cambridge University students and alumni should contact the CU Careers Service, and students and graduates of Anglia Ruskin University should contact the ARU Careers Service.
In due course we will have a list of sources of internships offered by UK-based NGOs.
It’s worth taking a book about travel health. Consider: The Essential Guide to Travel Health: Don’t let Bugs, Bites and Bowels spoil your trip, by Jane Wilson-Howarth, available at her website.