We are delighted to be in a position to offer societies the opportunity to apply to Bank of Ireland for sponsorship. Whether it’s for a society publication, an event (single or multi day), or simply for your society’s overall activities for the year, we look forward to seeing what plans you have.
This is the first year that this deal is in place, and we hope that it will really benefit your society, its activity and its members. Whether it’s for Michaelmas or Hilary Term activities, no sum is too small, and we are encouraging you to be ambitious! This is a great opportunity for your committee to think big and to push the boat out.
The link to the application is below, along with the key dates and deadlines. Please read the terms and conditions and be clear on the type of events that will not be considered. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com
– 16th October: Applications open and must be completed using your @csc.tcd.ie address
– 29th October: Applications close at noon
– Selected applications will receive your allotted time to present a pitch
– 12th November: Societies will present a short pitch to a panel in the BOI Workbench
– Successful applicants will be informed of the outcome at the pitching event or by the following day
1st – 5th October is Fourth Week, Trinity’s dedicated Society Week.
All society events on the Fourth Week calendar are OPEN (you don’t have to be a member) and FREE of charge to all students and staff of TCD. It is an opportunity to experience the wealth of activity, enthusiasm, and creativity that our 126 societies have to offer without committing to join up.
The week will kick off with a Re-Freshers Fair in the Atrium
It is not necessary to be a member of a society to attend its Fourth Week event. However, if you like what you see you can sign up on the day and come back later in the year for more.
Training slides Sep 2018 – general slides covering CSC, Amenities, Services, Facilities, Staff and Officers
Treasurer Training 2018 – Final – grant application and keeping accounts
Secretary training 2018 – the role of a secretary, AMG/EMG, Constitutions, reports
The CSC Michaelmas Term General Meeting will take place at 5p.m. in Room 4050B on Tuesday 11th September
CSC – Society Officer Training will take place on Saturday, 15th September 2018
The CSC Officers and staff will go through each role and cover what the CSC can do to help you have a successful year. Training is designed for Society Chair, Treasurer, Secretary and some aspects may be of interest to PROs.
Set up time for stands during Freshers’ Week 3rd – 7th September will be 8.30a.m. on the Monday and 10a.m. on the subsequent days. End time each day will be 4p.m.
Each Society/Club/Pubs/SU representative must familiarise themselves with the Regulations Freshers Week 2018
In October 2015 the CSC was delighted to welcome past CSC executive member, ex-chair of the Young Fine Gael Society, the then Minister for Health, and current Taoiseach Leo Varadkar to launch the Society Alumni Testimonial Journal. He was joined by several other Trinity alumni who had been involved in societies in Trinity College.
The CSC office will open on a part time basis from the 30th April for the summer break. We will reopen as normal on 20th August, in time for Freshers’ Week 2018, which takes place 3rd- 7th September.
The CSC staff are available via email over the summer should you have a query – email addresses can be found here trinitysocieties.ie/about/csc-staff
A schedule of days that the office in House 6 will open below.
Society Officer Handover training took place 3rd April 2018, this training aims to cover all newly elected society committees need to know to get them through to Freshers Week 2018.
The info handout doc distributed at the event is downloadable here Handover training 2018
or you can pick one up from the CSC office in House 6.
Useful information on this can be found under trinitysocieties.ie/running-a-society
If you have any queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Equality Officer Aoife Crawford spoke about how societies can be more inclusive. Links she mentioned are below. Email her on email@example.com if you have any queries.
http://www.tcd.ie/disability/physical-access/Building-check/ for checking if a venue is physically accessible
http://www.tcd.ie/equality/policy/other-policies/#ISL for guidance on booking an ISL interpreter if a deaf student is attending your event
http://www.tcd.ie/equality/projects/equality-fund/ for information on the Equality Fund
http://www.tcd.ie/equality/projects/equality-champions-awards/ for information on the Equality Champions Awards
http://www.tcd.ie/equality/contact/ for my contact details; students are always welcome to contact me with equality-related queries / issues