Gradcracker’s Sophie, Jessica, and Max have been invited to visit CERN in Geneva in March to do a behind-the-scenes insight into how to get a job at CERN and what its really like to work there.
As well as touring the CERN site, they’re going to be interviewing current students, graduates, the recruitment team and a senior engineer.
Got a question for CERN?
Gradcracker is inviting you to submit your questions to CERN (the European Organisation for Nuclear Research). You might want to find out about their recruitment process, or what you could be involved in as a year-long placement or graduate at CERN. You could even discover the technicalities behind some of their mind-blowing experiments. It really is up to you – so ask away!
To submit your questions, you’ll need to log in to your Gradcracker account or register if you haven’t already. Gradcracker will need to know your name, degree, and university if your question is chosen so we can use this when directing the questions to CERN.
After the submission deadline, Gradcracker will select five questions to ask. If one of these is yours, you’ll not only get your question answered by CERN’s incredible team in one of our podcasts, but you’ll also receive a free CERN goody bag after the insight day.
Submit your question by midnight on 17th February 2020 – good luck!