Our social calendar offers a range of events and activities to suit the tastes and enjoyment of our diverse membership. Register for events using the booking links below or contact Suzie Ruse.


Financial Membership for 2018

CamSoc NSW 2018 Membership Fee is now due. Membership is only $45. This gives you lower cost to CamSoc NSW events and enables the Society to be professionally and efficiently administered. Thank you for your support.

Cost: $45pp
Due: Now!
Valid: Until 31 December 2018.

 

 


Sydney - Oceania Entrepreneurs Forum, Saturday 6 October


Hosted by the CAMentrepreneurs
Saturday, 6 October 2018 - 2.00pm to 5.00pm

Darling Harbour. Free event but Registration Required.

Alumni and guests are invited to join CAMentrepreneurs for their Oceania Entrepreneurs Forum.

Initiated by CAMentrepreneurs and co-hosted by Career Mentor Consulting Group, this event aims to bring together entrepreneurial minded students, alumni and investors in the ANZ region by providing them with the opportunities to interact, to learn and to connect.

This event will be attended by local and international industry leaders, private and public investors, government officials, students and alumni of participating universities. In addition, the event comprises roadshows of CAMentrepreneurs' selected business projects.  Entrepreneurs are encouraged to submit their business proposals to jimh@cantab.net.*

Full details & link to register at: https://www.alumni.cam.ac.uk/events/sydney-oceania-entrepreneurs-forum


Tenth Annual Golf Match vs Oxford: Monday 5 November 2018

Please contact Chris Golis if you would like to play.

 


Christmas Drinks & Thinking at Twilight, Thursday 13 December 2018

Enjoy drinks & canapes with fellow alum and hear guest speaker Andy Morton, Director, Opera Australia.
Date: Thursday 13 December
Time: 6.30 - 8.00pm
Venue: University, Union & Schools Club, 25 Bent Street, Sydney
Members will be advised when booking opens.
Andy made his debut as director for Opera Australia in 2018, La Boheme, taking the reins on his first production for the company, which was a great critical success.  Andy also teaches Theatre Studies at The Sydney Conservatorium, the leading tertiary establishment for musical study in NSW. He gives masterclasses in performance and coaches individuals in dramatic and interpretative techinique.