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Gradcracker Summary:

In this webinar, we discover the real CERN – ‘an engineering lab doing physics’, recruiting students and graduates from all STEM disciplines and degree levels.

Students and graduates at CERN really are just like you. It was amazing to hear about their journeys so far, and to speak to Senior Engineer Raymond Veness about his involvement in the discovery of the Higgs boson!

Opportunities there really are like nowhere else on earth. Get an exclusive insight into this fascinating organisation and discover what you can do to join them in Geneva!

Here’s one of the many kind comments we received…

"I attended the webinar and very much enjoyed it. You and everyone else were simply brilliant. Well done to you all. Thank you once again for such a fabulous session." – Dr Abdulkarim Tawfik, Principal Lecturer at University of Plymouth

We have now added profiles for each of our technical CERN panelists: Raymond Veness, Ana Miarnau, Roland Johnson, Heeral Bhatt.

This webinar was originally broadcast on Thursday, 28th January 2021
Hosted by
Guest speakers
Jessica Luck
Sophie Hare-Scott
Priscilla Valavicius Barlow
Talent Acquisition Coordinator
Raymond Veness
Section Leader for Beam Instrumentation Mechanics
Ana Miarnau
Mechanical Engineering Fellow
Roland Johnson
Fellow – Electrical Engineer
Heeral Bhatt
Technical Studentship
CERN webinar highlights
Who does CERN actually recruit?
Who does CERN actually recruit?
"No matter what your level of qualification, we have a programme for you here..." Priscilla Valavicius Barlow, Recruiter at CERN.
CERN's Technical Studentship – during the pandemic
CERN's Technical Studentship – during the pandemic
Heeral talks about what it was like to do a Technical Studentship at CERN, partly in the midst of a pandemic!
"If at first you don't succeed, try again!"
"If at first you don't succeed, try again!"
An insight into CERN's recruitment process, and some top tips from CERN's recruiter, students and graduates.
"You have to be a life-long learner"
"You have to be a life-long learner"
We spoke to Raymond Veness, a Senior Engineer at CERN and part of the team that discovered the Higgs boson. He tells us what you can expect and how you can succeed while working at CERN.
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