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Fellowship at CERN

CERN Fellowship: Science Education Content Developer

Are you passionate about engaging students in scientific investigations? Are you an experienced education practitioner and an enthusiastic science communicator?

CERN offers an exciting opportunity to develop science learning activities in its major new project, Science Gateway. The hands-on education labs at Science Gateway will allow visitors to explore their scientific curiosity and learn to conduct scientific investigations. Through enquiry-based learning activities, learners will be able to engage with members of CERN's scientific community and explore the science, the discoveries and the technologies at CERN. The education labs will offer dedicated activities for different age groups of learners (approx. 5-7 years, 8-11 years, 12-15 years, 16+ years, and mixed groups such as families). This position is for developing, testing, and evaluating enquiry-based science learning activities for the education labs in CERN's Science Gateway, planned to open at the end of 2022.

For all information on the online application, the eligibility criteria, required skills and experience needed, please head to the full job description. Applications should reach CERN no later than 15 March 2021 at noon (12.00 PM CEST).


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CERN, the European Laboratory for Particle Physics

We are all made of particles that formed in the first instants of the universe. Discover the tiniest constituents of matter and how they evolved to make the universe we see around us today. Find out what is happening at the Large Hadron Collider and meet the people who build and operate this extraordinary machine.

CERN is open to visitors wanting to book guided tours behind the scenes and is also home to Science Gateway a science centre with exhibitions, auditorium and lab spaces open since October 2023. https://visit.cern/

For CERN’s travelling exhibition, multimedia and object loans see https://visit.cern/exhibitions-object-loans