Here’s a roundup of this week’s top events:
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Monday: De-stress by visiting owls and trying out Foot Golf
On Monday the Sky Birds of Prey Owls will be visiting the Canterbury campus to help you to de-stress. Head down to the Templeman Lawn on 30 May between 13.00-16.00 to meet the owls and find out more about Nightline.
Are you graduating this year and not sure what’s next? Go along to this online event with our Careers Team to help you make a career action plan on 30 May from 15.00-16.00.
Whether you have finished your exams, or just want a break from revision, give Foot Golf a go at the Sports Centre on Monday at 17.00.
Tuesday: Employee assessment centre and live music
Lots of graduate employers use assessment centres, so go along to this interactive workshop to practise in a stress-free environment and gain valuable feedback.
The Gulbenkian Summer Festival continues Tuesday at 17.00 with live music from local singer/songwriter Jayne Snow taking to the outdoor stage. The event is free to attend and there will be an outdoor bar, homemade pizza, popcorn and more!
Wednesday: Pride Month and a community bike ride
As part of the ‘Queerying’ series, there will be an online workshop exploring perspectives of freedom and you will hear from four incredible speakers about the manifestations of freedom in their work, practice, and activism. Register for the event at 15.00 on 1 June.
On Wednesday you can also explore our beautiful Canterbury campus by joining the free College and Community Bike Ride.
Thursday: Guided meditation and fitness class
Postgraduate students are invited to this guided meditation, on 2 June at 17.00, with a focus on health, happiness, and wellbeing.
Join this free Strong Nation fitness class at The Hub in Medway on 2 June at 17.30 to have some fun and get fit.
Weekend: Brunch and lunch