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NUS Convention is back!

Wednesday 22-02-2017 - 16:45

Do you remember what you were doing on 15 and 16 April 2014?    

Bubba Watson was celebrating winning the 78th Masters Golf Tournament and the Kaiser Chiefs were enjoying number one with their album  'Education, Education, Education & War' while here at NUS, we were at the NUS Services Convention and you may well have been with us! 

That was the last time we ran the event but you’ve told us it’s missed – so taking a fresh view (but with the same objectives) we’ve brought it back – revived and revitalised to meet the needs of our current members!

And if you haven’t already registered to attend; here’s some really good reasons to do so…

  • This is a unique opportunity to come together and explore how students’ unions can respond to the challenges facing the student movement and collectively discuss how we deliver NUS100.
  • Workshops that work for you - A vast range of useful workshops that cover everything from ethical trading to the employer brand, giving you relevant and practical information that will help you deliver success for your union.  More details about the workshops can be found here.
  • Learn more about NUS Services and the NUS Charity (who are linked both by their role in capacity building and the inter-reliance they have) and gain a deeper understanding of how the money co-created through NUS Services funds the Charity.
  • Find out what elected and volunteer opportunities are available on our Board and Advisory groups that you could get involved in to help us run our NUS charity and services and represent the views of our member unions.

This event also includes our Cooperative Enterprise Units and Members Meeting so a jam-packed agenda of really useful content for you to take away and use constructively in your students’ union.


Who should attend?


This event is for CEOs, Presidents, Commercial managers and those working in membership and union development
 

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