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ISC AGM 2009 March 16, 2009

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Welcome new ISC Board! March 11, 2009

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ISC now has a new board!

President:  Erasmus K. Norviewu – Mortty

Vice President: Jorgen Kalvik

View the Returning Officer’s declaration here

Other positions are currently being co-opted/vacant. If you would are interested in joining the Board, its still not too late!  Few positions are still vacant, contact ecuisc@ecu.edu.au for more information!

ISC Welcome Party this Friday 27th Feb February 24, 2009

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ECU ISC Welcome Party 091
| ENTRANCE | This Friday! Free Entry

Entrance 091 Poster

What: Welcome Party for International Students

When: 27th February 2009

Time: 8pm till late
Where: The Deen, Zone 5, 90 Aberdeen Street
Cost: FREE
R.S.V.P : please send an email to rsvp@ecuisc.org just so that we have an idea of how many to expect!

View the events page on the blog for more details.

For enquiries, send an email to ecuisc@ecu.edu.au

See you there!

Multicultural Week is BACK! May 28, 2008

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YES!

And this time its going to be a whole lot better!

Proposals invited:
International Students Council Board have decided to open up the organisational team to every student at ECU to increase professionalism of the event. If you have a plan in mind on how to run the MCW event, you and a friend could get-together, form a team, develop a strategy and submit your proposals to ISC for consideration.

This is an excellent opportunity for you to get hands-on experience in organising and running events professionally, build your portfolio, or simply, get to be part of a great multicultural environment!

The Event:
Multicultural Week is an annual event organised all around Australia by the respective International Student Council equivalents at all universities. MCW aims to highlight the multicutural nature of Australia in its traditional week long string of events which usually take place during the first two weeks of October. In the past, ISC has collaborated with African Students Association to include the Cup of Nations Soccer Tournament with MCW as well. Visit http://ecumcw.wordpress.com for furthur information.

Judging:
All proposals will be reviewed by the ISC Board and panel of judges consisting of industry body experts, previous event advisors and relevant ECU Staff.

Theme:
The theme for this year’s Multicultural Week is “Home is…”
The theme is open to intepretation by the teams.
Go creative:
..but be realistic at the same time. MCW in the past have been run with budgets that rely heavily on acquiring sponsorship support. Proposals from teams must include:

  • Summary
  • Team stucture
  • The Event Concept – relevance to ISC
  • Key messages/objectives of the event
  • The estimated budget
  • Sponsorship strategy
  • Event timeline
  • Team recruitment process (state how you will recruit more members and volunteers for the crew)

Teams must read and accept the terms and conditions for submission of proposals.

Deadlines

  • Expressions of interest (state that you are interested in organising MCW) must be sent to ecuisc@ecu.edu.au by Friday June 20, 9pm.
  • Proposals must be submitted to ecuisc@ecu.edu.au no later than Friday June 27th 9pm.

Information
View the terms and conditions here
For more information on ISC visit : https://ecuisc.wordpress.com
Multicultural Week 2007 Blog page: http://ecumcw.wordpress.com
Send an email to ecuisc@ecu.edu.au for more information if required.

International Students Council Board

Earthquake in Southwest China May 15, 2008

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ISC acknowledges the tragedy that struck Sichuan province in China earlier this week. Up until now, over 12,000 people have been reported dead and rescuers are now unable to continue their efforts to save the survivors as the area has been deemed unsafe.

We have a large Chinese community at ECU, a number of whom may be affected by this disaster. We urge those who may be affected to contact the university’s counselling service for advice and assistance.

The Counselling Service is open from 8.30am – 4.30pm, Monday to Friday.

Building 3 Room 128 Mt Lawley campus (for all campuses)
Telephone 9370 6706
Facsimile 9370 6730
Email: counselling@ecu.edu.au

Our deepest sympathies and condolences to those affected, and to the Chinese community as a whole.

ECU International Students Council Crew