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Weekly Round-up, Sunday 26th July 2020

Weekly Round-up, Sunday 26th July 2020

We've put quite a lot of information out on our social media channels over the last week. This blog post serves as a short round up with links to anything you may have missed.

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Weekly Round-up, Sunday 19th July 2020

Weekly Round-up, Sunday 19th July 2020

We've put quite a lot of information out on our social media channels over the last week. This blog post serves as a short round up with links to anything you may have missed.

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Weekly Round-up, Sunday 12th July 2020

Weekly Round-up, Sunday 12th July 2020

We've put quite a lot of information out on our social media channels over the last week. This blog post serves as a short round up with links to anything you may have missed.

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Now Closed – Recruitment complete.  Mentors for Teachers in Training – Opportunities to join our team!

Now Closed – Recruitment complete. Mentors for Teachers in Training – Opportunities to join our team!

The new University of Oxford Mindfulness Centre teacher programme takes course participants on a comprehensive teacher training journey with a cohort of peers, personal mentors and dedicated technical support over a period of 11 months. We are now recruiting 2 mentors to support this new programme.

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Fundraising and Grant Capture Support – Opportunities to join our team!

Fundraising and Grant Capture Support – Opportunities to join our team!

The OMC relies on donations and fundraising activities to offer bursaries and grants to those who are unable to access our services due to financial barriers. We also use income generated by fundraising to work across all areas of society raising awareness of mindfulness.

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Now Closed – Recruitment complete.  Zoom Drivers – Opportunities to join our team!

Now Closed – Recruitment complete. Zoom Drivers – Opportunities to join our team!

** Update - we have had an exceptional response to this opportunity and are no longer accepting applications. The OMC is developing a new suite of online programmes following the Covid-19 pandemic to enable us to increase access to mindfulness teaching and training globally. We are seeking experienced professionals who understand the mindfulness community to support teachers and participants during our online teaching.

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Seeking an MBCT-Trained Teacher, with a Background as a Medical Doctor, and a Passion for Teaching

Seeking an MBCT-Trained Teacher, with a Background as a Medical Doctor, and a Passion for Teaching

Fantastic opportunity to join a research study. Express interest by 15/08/2020.

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The University of Oxford Mindfulness Centre partners with IBM – by Oli Bazin

The University of Oxford Mindfulness Centre partners with IBM – by Oli Bazin

A new partnership has created an introductory mindfulness course for young people and unemployed adults as part of a vast skills training program to support “new collar” work in the 21st Century technology industry. The next phase of the partnership will focus on providing access to live online mindfulness courses for all IBM staff around the world.

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The OMC is offering bursary places on our introductory courses for those financially impacted by COVID-19

The OMC is offering bursary places on our introductory courses for those financially impacted by COVID-19

The OMC would like to support individuals who have been impacted by the current Covid-19 pandemic to access introductory mindfulness courses.  To do this we are offering bursary places on some of our courses. Where financially viable, we will offer free places on courses that are not fully occupied. We of course need to remain financially sustainable as a charity and this offer will not be possible for all courses and will not be possible on our teacher training programme. 

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Keeping a Cool Head and Warm Heart in Challenging Times – By Willem Kuyken

Keeping a Cool Head and Warm Heart in Challenging Times – By Willem Kuyken

We urgently need a vaccine and treatment for COVID-19 and our best scientists will develop them. But we also need a response at the level of the human head and heart. Equanimity in the midst of challenging times is not a surrender of innovation or action —rather, it is a wholehearted responsiveness that values human health and human well-being. It is the steadier ground on which we can stand and meet the challenges in our lives.

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