Working at CERN means continuous learning, not just about technologies and physics-related topics but much more. It equates to values like equality, openness, and the full usage of one's potential.
I always wanted to work with people, and in an international environment, and CERN is exactly that! The people I work with and meet on a day-to-day basis are incredibly fascinating, and I have learned so much already, about HR, Physics, Engineering ...
I first encountered CERN during my university studies, like most Swedish students, I did not even know that CERN offered student programmes.
I suggest everyone to give yourself a chance, believe in you. You'll never know if you never try.
"Besides the opportunity to collaborate on interesting scientific, technical and engineering problems, there’s also constant opportunities for self-expression, further education and meeting very interesting and unique people."
Meet Jeana, Strategic Marketing student from Imperial College, and intern at CERN's Talent Acquisition team.
"Even though I am a student, I know that if I bring an idea to the table today, everyone would take me seriously and may even implement it."
Meet Milosz, who was an Administrative Student at CERN in 2021, and is currently finishing his master's degree in Operations Management.
CERN created an environment which brings together people from all around the world, working on an extremely wide range of projects and technologies, with the same goal of pushing the frontiers of science and technology, for the benefit of all.