Join The Tab Team for Michaelmas!


Applications for next term's team are open! Do you want to get involved in the UK's most read student newspaper?

With 28,000 hits a day, The Tab continues to be the UK’s most-read online student publication.

And you don’t need any experience to get involved in Michaelmas term.

For more information on any position, or to apply, email Joe Bates at applications@cambridgetab.co.uk, clearly marking in the subject line which job you are applying for.

We are recruiting for all positions:

Editor

Associate Editor

Editorial Assistant

News Editor

 Sports Editor

 Features Editor

 Debate Editor

 Fashion Editor

 Interviews Editor

 Theatre Editor

Comedy Editor

 Music Editor

Film Editor

 Photo Editor

 Tab TV Editor

 Business Team Members

DEADLINE: Sunday 17th June at MIDNIGHT (15th June for editor and deputy editor).

To apply, submit one piece of your own writing along with answers to the following questions:

– What would you do differently with your section?

– What are your favourite and least favourite things about The Tab?

– Why should we give you the job?

As always, if you want to get involved as a writer, photographer, graphic designer or illustrator, get in touch.

@TabCambridge
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