What is Mini Jailbreak?
Teams will be driven across the country where they will have to complete challenges and then make their way back to the SU as quickly as possible. All to raise money for charity and Cardiff Volunteering!
Why should I take part?
Past participants have commented on how Mini Jailbreak is a challenging activity but one that is fun and completely different from anything else they do at University. It is a chance to step out of your comfort zone and just have a great time with your mates, new and old!
If that doesn’t sell it to you, how about the fact that you will be raising money for charity!
What did past students enjoy the most?
“Singing with buskers and members of the public as part of one of the challenges.”
“Meeting and talking with lots of different people. Met a new group of people who helped us find the mystery location.”
“Completing all the challenges – human pyramid, getting people to sing the national anthem, 20 people in one photo.”
Students who participate always love living up to the challenge, competing against peers and just having a great time while raising money for a charity they are passionate about.
What did they learn?
Some of last year’s Mini Jailbreak participants found that when you ask people for free things, most people will help. It is incredible how generous and willing people are to donate. One student went up and down the train and found people who gave some funds to their team.
It is also a great opportunity to set yourself a challenge and learn how to solve problems quickly and under pressure. Another important skill that Mini Jailbreak helps you develop is your ability to work as part of a team.
How do I sign up?
It’s really simple, just go to the Mini Jailbreak event page, have a quick read and buy your ticket.