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Our 2018 summer programme opens soon!

Want to spend a month in the Canaries working alongside the experts at the Canary Island Volcanology Institute (INVOLCAN)? There are different programmes to choose from, covering a range of disciplines. Most of them are based in Tenerife, but some of them are split between a week of lab work in Tenerife and three weeks on another island (Lanzarote, El Hierro or La Palma). They will run from June to September. The deadline for applications is 3 February 2018. Successful candidates will be contacted by 17 February 2018. Open to undergraduates and recent graduates from relevant fields of study of any nationality.

This is a fantastic opportunity to learn a range of skills, attend exclusive lectures from leading experts and gain experience working alongside seasoned professionals out in the field and in the lab on at most a 2:1 basis. All teaching is in English, and there will be a minimum of 180 contact hours a month with professional scientists as part of the programme.

We are particularly interested in helping you to develop your science communication skills. Whatever your chosen career later on, learning how best to present your views on science and your work will stand you in good stead.

Your collaborative research work will be fully recognised as you will be named alongside INVOLCAN scientists on one of the abstracts that will be submitted to the EGU or AGU meetings. Many of our students choose to attend the event (and some have been sponsored by their home university to do so) and defend the poster of their work alongside a range of INVOLCAN scientists. It is part of our drive to ensure young scientists start developing contact networks early on to help in their future career development.

We take care of all your local accommodation, daily transfers (including to other islands where appropriate) as well as a weekly excursion programme to ensure you maximise your time with us. Our dedicated GeoTenerife field manager is available throughout to ensure the smooth daily running of the programme and to resolve any issues that may arise.

From the moment you land in Tenerife and we pick you up at the airport to the time we drop you off for your flight home, we are on hand to ensure you get the most out of your programme. Our dedicated on-island field manager will be on-hand throughout to oversee your programme and resolve any issues that may arise.

Your booking fee is fully protected by our ABTA membership guarantee and you are covered by our comprehensive workplace and liability insurance policies throughout your time with us. Your fee also goes towards all the running expenses incurred by GeoTenerife and our associated Scholarship programme.

We are passionate about enabling access to our programmes. We are offering two Scholarship places this year for our Summer Programme to cover the full course fee (which includes all accommodation, transfers, etc) plus a stipend of €500 to help towards other costs.

To see how our scholars get on next summer, follow our @GeoTscholar Twitter feed.

Our summer programme is heavily over-subscribed every year. To apply, read through the various programmes and decide which one/s you’d like to be considered for. Then click on “Apply Now” below and fill in the form. Only one form per candidate please.

To maximise your chances of a successful application, take care of the details:

  • Ensure you read the requirements for the programme/s you are interested in carefully
  • Some elements of your application have a word limit. We do this for a reason – we want you to take care over your application, and prioritise the most important information. Re-hashed, poorly thought out epistles don’t float our boat.
  • Submit your application in a timely manner – the link will be deactivated once the deadline has passed, and late submissions will not be admitted.
  • Write a great cover letter. We are specifically looking for enthusiastic young scientists that are passionate about their subject, and can show they are committed, professionally minded young scientists determined to succeed.
  • For the CV section, we are mainly interested in your academic experience and achievements. But add something in that will show how rounded you are.
  • And finally, read through your application before you press “submit”. You only get one chance to make a first impression.
  • Be aware that shortlisted candidates may be required to undertake a Skype interview after the deadline for submission passes.

We work hard to put together a unique programme to help talented young scientists to get a wide range of experience. Now tell us why you’re perfect for the role.

Good luck!

Why do we charge for our Summer Programme?

The programme costs £1650 for the month.

Throughout your month working on collaborative research in the Canary Islands you will learn, be challenged and supported on a daily basis.

The scientists you will be working with, usually on a 1:1 or at most a 1:2 basis, are from INVOLCAN, the well-respected Canarian Volcanology Institute. You will have a minimum of 180 direct contact hours with a variety of them form a range of backgrounds in four weeks.

The head of the institute, Dr Nemesio Pérez, is a geochemist and world-authority on geothermal potential and volcano degassing. The institute actively monitors volcanoes around the globe and publishes papers on their research, often leading the field in their findings.

You will receive feedback and guidance about your work. This is an opportunity for you to develop a range of skills that are directly transferable to the workplace and will strengthen your CV. The specific skills you will learn are detailed under the “more info” section for each programme.
It is also an experience that often helps young scientists to clarify which area they would like to concentrate on in future.

You will receive some intensive science communication training to ensure you can present yourself and your work effectively in future (on and off camera). We engage professional cameramen and video editors for your on-camera training. We are passionate believers in the need to train young scientists to communicate well to both scientific and non-scientific audiences. This will help with your general confidence when speaking about your work and with future job applications, funding applications or gaining support for your research.

The course fee funds the cost of producing and submitting all the abstracts of the programmes we run to the AGU and EGU conferences each year, and the cost of producing each relevant poster for display. All participants involved in the collaborative research for each programme are named and fully recognised, alongside their home university. This has helped some of our previous participants to raise funding from their university towards attending the relevant meeting so they can defend their work among their peers and make further contacts to widen their professional network.

Thanks to this programme GeoTenerife makes a sizeable contribution each year to Involcán’s local science communication campaign to foster greater awareness of volcanic hazards and risk among the population. In 2017, this amounted to around 15% of each fee.

The fee also covers your accommodation, cleaning, linen and transfer costs (including return flights or ferry journeys to other islands for internships in La Palma and El Hierro; airport/port transfers, daily transfer from your changing work environement to your accommodation – including taxis if you arrive late back from the field). GeoTenerife organises all your required permits from the environment ministry to enable you to participate as well as any medical certificates you will need to be able to work in certain industrial installations (eg for environmental monitoring). We endeavour to ensure you always have access to WIFI and a shared kitchen, and we organise a welcome lunch and graduation bbq at our iconic headquarters, Casa Altavista.

Your fee also covers a comprehensive excursion programme, to ensure you learn about the particular nature of the environment you are working in from local experts. There will be one full day excursion per week (including for those working in Lanzarote, La Palma and El Hierro), and all associated costs (including extra insurance where required, or government permits) are included. Previous excursions have included an exclusive night-time descent into a majestic little-known lava tube with a local caving club professional and a biologist to describe the unique environment and fauna endemic to that cave; an ascent up to Teide crater; a trek down a dyke-rich gorge led by a local volcanologist followed by a boat ride out to sea for lunch and to see the resident dolphin population.

Part of your fee covers GeoTenerife running costs in the UK and Tenerife (to ensure a successful programme we have set up a permanent, fully-owned subsidiary in Tenerife), ABTA membership (the UK travel trade association for tour operators and travel agents which protects your payment so your booking is secure) and comprehensive work and liability insurance cover.
Our new Scholarship programme to enable wider access is also fully funded by the Summer Programme.

Some of our participants each year are part or fully-funded by their home university to participate in our programme (mostly US candidates), so it is worth asking your tutor if funds are available for this purpose.

On successful graduation, we are here to advise, promote, support and act as referees for you long after your month with us in the Canary Islands ends.

There are thirteen different GeoTenerife programmes being offered for summer 2018, as outlined below.

Each programme runs for four weeks.
June: 1-22 June 2018
July: 22 June – 20 July 2018
August: 20 July – 17 August 2018
September: 17 August – 14 September 2018

Geophysical survey for geothermal exploration, La Palma

Geophysical survey for geothermal exploration, La Palma

Geophysical survey for geothermal exploration, La Palma

(MT and ambient seismic noise tomography)
June, July 2018

MORE INFO SOON

Hydrogeochemical and soil CO2 efflux monitoring, La Palma

Hydrogeochemical and soil CO2 efflux monitoring, La Palma

Hydrogeochemical and soil CO2 efflux monitoring, La Palma

June, July, August, September

MORE INFO SOON

Volcano & Geothermal Seismic Research, Canary Islands

Volcano & Geothermal Seismic Research, Canary Islands

Volcano & Geothermal Seismic Research, Canary Islands

June, July, August, September

MORE INFO SOON

Diffuse CO2 degassing monitoring, Tenerife NWRZ volcano

Diffuse CO2 degassing monitoring, Tenerife NWRZ volcano

Diffuse CO2 degassing monitoring, Tenerife NWRZ volcano

July

MORE INFO SOON

Diffuse CO2 degassing monitoring, Tenerife NERZ volcano

Diffuse CO2 degassing monitoring, Tenerife NERZ volcano

Diffuse CO2 degassing monitoring, Tenerife NERZ volcano

June

MORE INFO SOON

Diffuse CO2 degassing monitoring, Tenerife NSRZ volcano

Diffuse CO2 degassing monitoring, Tenerife NSRZ volcano

Diffuse CO2 degassing monitoring, Tenerife NSRZ volcano

August

MORE INFO SOON

Diffuse CO2 degassing monitoring, Cumbre Vieja volcano

Diffuse CO2 degassing monitoring, Cumbre Vieja volcano

Diffuse CO2 degassing monitoring, Cumbre Vieja volcano

September

MORE INFO SOON

Diffuse CO2 degassing monitoring, El Hierro volcano

Diffuse CO2 degassing monitoring, El Hierro volcano

Diffuse CO2 degassing monitoring, El Hierro volcano

July

MORE INFO SOON

Diffuse CO2 degassing monitoring, Timanfaya volcano, Lanzarote

Diffuse CO2 degassing monitoring, Timanfaya volcano, Lanzarote

Diffuse CO2 degassing monitoring, Timanfaya volcano, Lanzarote

September

MORE INFO SOON

Hydrogeochemical and soil CO2 efflux monitoring, Tenerife

Hydrogeochemical and soil CO2 efflux monitoring, Tenerife

Hydrogeochemical and soil CO2 efflux monitoring, Tenerife

June, July, August, September

MORE INFO SOON

Diffuse CO2 degassing monitoring, summit crater Teide volcano, Tenerife

Diffuse CO2 degassing monitoring, summit crater Teide volcano, Tenerife

Diffuse CO2 degassing monitoring, summit crater Teide volcano, Tenerife

June, July, August, September

MORE INFO SOON

Environmental monitoring (optical remote sensing)

Environmental monitoring (optical remote sensing)

Environmental monitoring (optical remote sensing)

June, July, August, September

MORE INFO SOON

Environmental monitoring (CH4 emission from landfill)

Environmental monitoring (CH4 emission from landfill)

Environmental monitoring (CH4 emission from landfill)

August

MORE INFO SOON

Want to apply?

Once you have read through the programmes on offer, you must apply using ONE of the two options below. You can put yourself forward for more than one programme to increase your chances, but you can’t also apply for a scholarship.

Bear in mind that only one application per person is permitted, so please ensure you check through your form carefully before submitting. Our programmes are heavily oversubscribed so do take care over your application. We are looking for professional, committed young scientists – your application is your chance to make a good first impression.

Successful candidates will be contacted by 17 February 2018.

APPLY HERE for the Summer Programme

opens for applications 15 December 2017

APPLY HERE for a scholarship

opens for applications 15 December 2017

Want to know more about our internships?

See what INVOLCAN’s Head of Communications and Outreach, David Calvo, has to say here

You can see their video testimonials here

To further update you on their progress, we contacted some of our 2014 – 2016 GeoTenerife interns and asked them how the programme had helped them a year or two down the line from their internship.

Samara McKnight, Bristol University (Twitter: @Zerifey): I took part in the Teide summit crater internship in August 2016. At the time I was a geology undergraduate who wasn’t sure what area of the field I wanted to pursue.
I chose the GeoTenerife internship as at the time I was interested in volcanoes and Teide was an excellent opportunity to work on an active one.
I came away from the internship with a deeper knowledge of the geochemical monitoring methods as well as the practical experience of having taken measurements in the field and analysed them in the lab (skills while covered theoretically at university were never put into practice). This experience has led me to where I am now, pursuing a MSc in geochemistry.

Ailsa Naismith, UCL (Twitter: @AilsaNaismith): I was a GeoTenerife intern in its first year, 2014. I was one of seven interns who worked on Tenerife in September 2014. Our four weeks were split between doing a gas sampling survey on the south flanks of Teide volcano, processing those samples at INVOLCAN’s geochemical laboratory, studying the summit crater, and participating in outreach work. I first became interested in volcanology during an undergraduate field trip to the Coastal Mountains of British Columbia, and I applied for the GeoTenerife internship because I wanted to expand my fieldwork experience in an explicitly volcanic area.
I loved it. Tenerife is a beautiful island with incredible geology, and the internship gave me some amazing memories as well as more fieldwork and geochemistry expertise, and my first introduction to social media! The month was really packed full – of driving to outcrops, sampling, lab work, socializing – which actually is accurate for the life of a field geologist. It cemented my view that I wanted to work in volcanology, and continue practising foreign languages.
The following year, after finishing my undergraduate degree, I spent 9 months in Latin America (Ecuador, Colombia, Mexico) on a trip that combined internships at two volcanic institutions. I applied for a PhD after, and I’m now in the second year of my postgraduate at the University of Bristol. I study the eruptive activity of Fuego volcano in Guatemala, and its effect on nearby populations. I’m also interested in communicating science, and do regular outreach events and am on Twitter.
It’s been a long journey so far, but GeoTenerife was the catalyst.

Yannick Withoos, Durham University (Twitter: @Yannickw13): I completed a GeoTenerife internship during the summer of 2016. Specifically, the internship that involved fieldwork on El Hierro, run in July.
When I was searching for volcanology internships, it quickly became clear that GeoTenerife was the best option for me. It combined both field and lab work and allowed me to work with some of the most prominent scientists in the volcanology field. I picked the El Hierro internship specifically because its timing worked best with my summer schedule and it gave me the opportunity to explore another island in the Canaries.
The GeoTenerife internship was an incredible experience. I got a real taste of what volcano monitoring was like, which you just don’t get during an undergraduate degree. We used complex monitoring equipment and followed our own data through to the processing and presentation stages. Several months after the internship we were also allowed to present posters about our work at the European Geosciences Conference; something which I would never have done at that point in my academic career without GeoTenerife and INVOLCAN. Besides academic gains, I also met some of the most amazing people I still in stay in touch with today.
After completing my internship, I began my MSc in Volcanology at the University of Bristol. The skills I learnt with GeoTenerife definitely helped me with my course, especially during the field work portion. Having just finished my MSc in early September 2017, I am off to start a PhD at the University of Leicester investigating pyroclastic flow deposits from Taal volcano in the Philippines.
I am sure that my real world field work experience with GeoTenerife was a factor in this successful PhD application and I couldn’t be more grateful to everyone!

Michael Convery, University of LEicester (Twitter: @Mike_Convery): I had just finished my MGeol in Applied and Environmental Geology at Leicester and completed an MGeol project looking at submarine volcanic flows at Milos, Greece. I wanted to find a way of gaining experience in volcanism, and was immediately interested in what GeoTenerife had to offer when the placement was advertised through the university.
There was a definite appeal in working in Tenerife where there’s a pretty ready supply of rocks and sun! I had some prior experience in using geophysical equipment in the field, but these were exercises completed in specially selected areas with a known response. Working in Tenerife was definitely more exciting because it was contributing to year-round work where the end-result wasn’t known. Beyond the geology, another obvious draw for me to work in Tenerife was the opportunity to work somewhere exotic, but still had a familiar culture. Working in a group of undergrads and recent graduates from different universities also made Tenerife a really fun and interesting experience!
I currently work with an Irish exploration company and hope to start a Ph.D at Glasgow in January focusing on Irish-type mineral deposits, but I really feel like working with GeoTenerife gave me the first opportunity to (for lack of a better cliche) get my foot in the door. It was a unique experience, and felt like a great way to both cap off, and start my life after Leicester.
If you’re going into academia, Tenerife’s basically a dream geology destination, and will always look great on your CV that you contributed to ongoing research into an active volcano. If you’re going into a new industry, it can also show that you A) have varied interests, and B) are interested in accepting roles or responsibilities that you might not have a lot of experience in.
Working on Tenerife certainly helped me in applying to study for an MSc by Research at Glasgow University the following year, and helped me in gaining industry work at Tara Mine in Ireland.

Jenny Cook, Northumbria University: During the summer of 2014 and 2015 I took part in two internships with GeoTenerife. I applied as I knew the internships would add value to my CV as well as my interest in tectonics at the time. The first internship was a Volcanic Risk internship and the second was an Environmental Research one. Both internships taught me so much whilst enjoying the experience at the same time!
Everyday there is a new challenge whether that be hiking up to the summit cone of Teide Volcano with all the equipment on your back or running out of a ravine with a battery pack that had caught fire.
During the month you will learn so much about field work and lab work and the team adapt so everyone has their own role to play from being the co-ordinator with the GPS or the radon gas sampler.
GeoTenerife make sure you get the most out of your time in the Canary Islands by organising excursions once a week. This is a great way to explore the islands as Sharon and Ignacio know a lot of people and the excursions were normally off the beaten track, which made it even more exciting. Not forgetting the amazing staff at INVOLCAN who are more than happy to explain every piece of machinery that they use and how the results are analysed. All your hard work doesn’t go unnoticed either, I now have my name on two published papers which were generated as a result of all the field work.
I can honestly say I don’t think I would have the job I have now, Graduate Engineer designing Flood Defences, if I hadn’t done the internships. The internships give you a real sense of how the working life works and the stories you are able to tell during a job interview make you stand out from the crowd.
During my job interview I was asked about the internships and was able to tell some of the stories, which indicated how determined and hard working we were. One of which was trekking 2 hours back into the ravine once we had sorted the burning battery out just to finish the work we had started and no one questioned this.
Working long hours and then have to fend for yourself when you got back to the apartment after the long day was challenging but the life long friends you make and the stories and relationships you make with all the staff are worth it. If I could take another summer off and do it all again I wouldn’t blink, I’d be there!

Lara Turtle, University of Southampton (Twitter: @LaraTurtle_): My environmental monitoring internship with GeoTenerife gave me a much broader understanding of the workings of a scientific research establishment. I was able to use my knowledge and skills from University through various fieldwork and laboratory experiences whilst working alongside INVOLCAN scientists who are experts in their field.
I was involved in a range of research projects including quantifying methane fluxes from a closed landfill site and remote sensing at Tenerife’s Power Plants to evaluate sulphur dioxide emissions. In addition, I was given the unique opportunity to spend a day working in the summit crater of Mount Teide, monitoring diffuse volcanic degassing through the collection of gas samples whilst admiring the incredible views!
Not only was I given this vast amount of fieldwork experience, I was then able to process this data collection in ITER’s lab.
Aside from the fantastic work experience, exploring and living in Tenerife for a month with a new group of people was a totally new but exciting experience for me and I met some fantastic people because of it.
One year on from my internship, I have subsequently been included as a co-author of a research abstract, which was presented at the European Geoscience Union. I travelled to Austria with INVOLCAN for the occasion. I believe this invaluable experience truly fuelled my ambition to continue further study at University and have since recently graduated from University of Southampton. I am now a postgraduate at University of Bristol studying for an MSc in Climate Change Science and Policy.
I still look back on my GeoTenerife experience with fondness and would highly recommend the internship to anyone with an interest in any area of environmental science.

2015 GeoTenerife intern Simon Haliwell of Lancaster University has written about his experience as a GeoTenerife intern on his blog, as has Helen Robinson of Glasgow University here.

Press Clippings
1 GeoTenerife internships make local and international news in Spain

 

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El Instituto Volcanológico de Canarias (Involcan) ha recibido hasta la fecha 80 solicitudes de estudiantes universitarios de grado y postgrado procedentes de 37 universidades de Alemania, Canadá, España, Estados Unidos, Francia, Italia y Reino Unido para realizar prácticas y tareas de colaboración científica con los investigadores del Involcan en 2016.

2 GeoTenerife internships make local and international news in Spain

 

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El Instituto Volcanológico de Canarias (Involcan) ha recibido hasta la fecha 80 solicitudes de estudiantes universitarios de grado y postgrado procedentes de 37 universidades de Alemania, Canadá, España, Estados Unidos, Francia, Italia y Reino Unido para realizar prácticas y tareas de colaboración científica con los investigadores del Involcan en 2016.

3 GeoTenerife Interns take part in Volcanoes Night in Tenerife and make the evening news
Volcanoes Night in Tenerife
En el mundo, hay entre quince o veinticinco volcanes en erupción en un día cualquiera. Canarias se ha unido a la lista de 350 ciudades europeas que celebran la noche de los volcanes. Los científicos recuerdan la necesidad de que se divulgue información científica apta para todos los públicos.
4 August 2014 Internship gallery
August 2014 Internship gallery
PhotoGallery for the closing session for the August 2014 Internship at ITER, Tenerife.
5 Manufacturing Business

we are decided to construct a platform where college students can genuinely reward from operating proper together with experts

GeoTenerife is a British isles firm that runs science area trips and internship programmes for British isles college students in the Canary Islands. Their most recent marketing campaign noticed them deliver six publish and undergraduate learners from a variety of Uk universities to operate with the Canarian Volcanological Institute (Instituto Volcanológico de Canarias, INVOLCAN), in the Canary Islands.

6 GeoTenerife August Volcanic Risk internships end on a high

GeoTenerife is a UK company that runs science field trips and internship programmes for UK students in the Canary Islands. Their most recent campaign saw them bring six post and undergraduate students from a range of UK universities to work with the Canarian Volcanological Institute (Instituto Volcanológico de Canarias, INVOLCAN), in the Canary Islands.

GeoTenerife Director Sharon Backhouse said, “We are passionate about granting access for talented individuals to real science. Having seen, at first hand, the raw deal many students get when applying for science internships, we are determined to build a platform where students can really benefit from working right alongside scientists and learn about their craft.”

7 BusByway

GeoTenerife is a UK company that runs science field trips and internship programmes for UK students in the Canary Islands. Their most recent campaign saw them bring six post and undergraduate students from a range of UK universities to work with the Canarian Volcanological Institute (Instituto Volcanológico de Canarias, INVOLCAN), in the Canary Islands.

8 The University of Glasgow’s facebook

Pamela Rattigan shared this pic of her first day of Geo Tenerife internship hiking in Teide National park. Amazing scenery! #UofGsummer

9 Involcan Facebook

En este enlace pueden leer las opiniones de seis alumnos británicos sobre la experiencia que han disfrutado este verano junto al personal de INVOLCAN.

10 La Laguna Ahora

Una veintena de estudiantes universitarios procedentes de quince universidades europeas realizan prácticas a lo largo de 2014 en el Instituto Volcanológico de Canarias (Involcan), una entidad impulsada por el Cabildo de Tenerife. Los estudiantes proceden de las universidades de La Laguna, Complutense de Madrid, Oviedo (España), Florencia (Italia), College Dublin (Irlanda), Oxford, Bristol, Northumbria, Manchester, Glasglow, Durham, College London, Leicester, Brighton y Chester (Reino Unido).

11 Nuestras Islas Canarias

Los jóvenes proceden de universidades de España, Italia, Irlanda y Reino Unido

Una veintena de estudiantes universitarios procedentes de quince universidades europeas realizan prácticas a lo largo de 2014 en el Instituto Volcanológico de Canarias (Involcan), una entidad impulsada por el Cabildo de Tenerife. La mayor parte ellos están cursando sus estudios para la obtención de su grado universitario en diferentes disciplinas relacionadas con las ciencias, pero también quienes están optando a su grado de doctor.

12 Sector Publishing Intelligence: Sun, Sea… Volcanoes?

VOLCANIC RISK UNDERGRADUATE INTERNSHIPS, Summer 2014 GeoTenerife proudly announces that we have places available in AUGUST and SEPTEMBER on our summer internship programme, in collaboration with INVOLCAN, the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute, for undergraduates interested…

13 Twicsy: Sun, sea, VOLCANOES?

GeoTenerife: Sun, sea, VOLCANOES? GeoTenerife #VOLCANOLOGY #SUMMER #INTERNSHIPS Applications open May 12. Reply to preregister. http://t.co/4I8RuSBzFx – 2014-04-26 16:12:23

Read more at http://twicsy.com/i/zYrxcf#S3uqvpLRMxbbPjyw.99

14 BusByway: Sun, Sea… Volcanoes?

GeoTenerife proudly announces that we have places available in AUGUST and SEPTEMBER on our summer internship programme, in collaboration with INVOLCAN, the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute, for undergraduates interested in the field of…

15 New Zealand Times: Sun, Sea… Volcanoes?

GeoTenerife proudly announces that they have places available in AUGUST and SEPTEMBER on their summer internship programme, in collaboration with INVOLCAN, the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute, for undergraduates interested in the field of…

16 Silobreaker: Sun, Sea… Volcanoes?

This story VOLCANIC RISK UNDERGRADUATE INTERNSHIPS, Summer 2014 GeoTenerife proudly announces that we have places available in AUGUST and SEPTEMBER on our summer internship programme, in collaboration with INVOLCAN,…

17 Manufacturing Business: Solar, Sea… Volcanoes?

VOLCANIC Danger UNDERGRADUATE INTERNSHIPS, Summer season 2014

GeoTenerife proudly announces that we have spots obtainable in AUGUST and SEPTEMBER on our summer internship programme, in collaboration with INVOLCAN, the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute, for undergraduates intrigued in the discipline of:*Geoscience*Environmental sciences*Conversation and outreach…

18 Facebook: Bude and Beyond & budeandbeyond.co.uk

VOLCANIC RISK UNDERGRADUATE INTERNSHIPS, Summer 2014

GeoTenerife proudly announces that we have places available in AUGUST and SEPTEMBER on our summer internship programme, in collaboration with INVOLCAN, the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute, for undergraduates interested in the field of:

*Geoscience*Environmental sciences*Communication and outreach…

19 Outdoor Enthusiast : Sun, sea and volcanoes…

GeoTenerife have announced that they have places available in august and September within the summer internship programme, in collaboration with INVOLCAN, the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute, for undergraduates interested in the field of Geoscience, Environmental sciences and Communication and outreach

20 Sun, sea and volcanoes…

GeoTenerife have announced that they have places available in august and September within the summer internship programme, in collaboration with INVOLCAN, the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute, for undergraduates interested in the field of Geoscience, Environmental sciences and Communication and outreach

21 Find a bunk house: Sun, Sea… Volcanoes?

GeoTenerife proudly announces that we have places available in AUGUST and SEPTEMBER on our summer internship programme, in collaboration with INVOLCAN, the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute

22 Outdoor Enthusiast magazine, Sun, sea and volcanoes…

GeoTenerife have announced that they have places available in august and September within the summer internship programme, in collaboration with INVOLCAN, the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute, for undergraduates interested in the field of Geoscience, Environmental sciences, Communication and outreach

23 GeoTenerife August Volcanic Risk internships end on a high

GeoTenerife is a UK company that runs science field trips and internship programmes for UK students in the Canary Islands. Their most recent campaign saw them bring six post and undergraduate students from a range of UK universities to work with the Canarian Volcanological Institute (Instituto Volcanológico de Canarias, INVOLCAN), in the Canary Islands.

1 GeoTenerife internships make local and international news in Spain
2 GeoTenerife internships make local and international news in Spain
3 GeoTenerife Interns take part in Volcanoes Night in Tenerife and make the evening news
Volcanoes Night in Tenerife
En el mundo, hay entre quince o veinticinco volcanes en erupción en un día cualquiera. Canarias se ha unido a la lista de 350 ciudades europeas que celebran la noche de los volcanes. Los científicos recuerdan la necesidad de que se divulgue información científica apta para todos los públicos.
4 August 2014 Internship gallery
August 2014 Internship gallery
PhotoGallery for the closing session for the August 2014 Internship at ITER, Tenerife.
5 Manufacturing Business

we are decided to construct a platform where college students can genuinely reward from operating proper together with experts

GeoTenerife is a British isles firm that runs science area trips and internship programmes for British isles college students in the Canary Islands. Their most recent marketing campaign noticed them deliver six publish and undergraduate learners from a variety of Uk universities to operate with the Canarian Volcanological Institute (Instituto Volcanológico de Canarias, INVOLCAN), in the Canary Islands.

6 GeoTenerife August Volcanic Risk internships end on a high

GeoTenerife is a UK company that runs science field trips and internship programmes for UK students in the Canary Islands. Their most recent campaign saw them bring six post and undergraduate students from a range of UK universities to work with the Canarian Volcanological Institute (Instituto Volcanológico de Canarias, INVOLCAN), in the Canary Islands.

GeoTenerife Director Sharon Backhouse said, “We are passionate about granting access for talented individuals to real science. Having seen, at first hand, the raw deal many students get when applying for science internships, we are determined to build a platform where students can really benefit from working right alongside scientists and learn about their craft.”

7 BusByway

GeoTenerife is a UK company that runs science field trips and internship programmes for UK students in the Canary Islands. Their most recent campaign saw them bring six post and undergraduate students from a range of UK universities to work with the Canarian Volcanological Institute (Instituto Volcanológico de Canarias, INVOLCAN), in the Canary Islands.

8 The University of Glasgow’s facebook

Pamela Rattigan shared this pic of her first day of Geo Tenerife internship hiking in Teide National park. Amazing scenery! #UofGsummer

9 Involcan Facebook

En este enlace pueden leer las opiniones de seis alumnos británicos sobre la experiencia que han disfrutado este verano junto al personal de INVOLCAN.

10 La Laguna Ahora

Una veintena de estudiantes universitarios procedentes de quince universidades europeas realizan prácticas a lo largo de 2014 en el Instituto Volcanológico de Canarias (Involcan), una entidad impulsada por el Cabildo de Tenerife. Los estudiantes proceden de las universidades de La Laguna, Complutense de Madrid, Oviedo (España), Florencia (Italia), College Dublin (Irlanda), Oxford, Bristol, Northumbria, Manchester, Glasglow, Durham, College London, Leicester, Brighton y Chester (Reino Unido).

11 Nuestras Islas Canarias

Los jóvenes proceden de universidades de España, Italia, Irlanda y Reino Unido

Una veintena de estudiantes universitarios procedentes de quince universidades europeas realizan prácticas a lo largo de 2014 en el Instituto Volcanológico de Canarias (Involcan), una entidad impulsada por el Cabildo de Tenerife. La mayor parte ellos están cursando sus estudios para la obtención de su grado universitario en diferentes disciplinas relacionadas con las ciencias, pero también quienes están optando a su grado de doctor.

12 Sector Publishing Intelligence: Sun, Sea… Volcanoes?

VOLCANIC RISK UNDERGRADUATE INTERNSHIPS, Summer 2014 GeoTenerife proudly announces that we have places available in AUGUST and SEPTEMBER on our summer internship programme, in collaboration with INVOLCAN, the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute, for undergraduates interested…

13 Twicsy: Sun, sea, VOLCANOES?

GeoTenerife: Sun, sea, VOLCANOES? GeoTenerife #VOLCANOLOGY #SUMMER #INTERNSHIPS Applications open May 12. Reply to preregister. http://t.co/4I8RuSBzFx – 2014-04-26 16:12:23

Read more at http://twicsy.com/i/zYrxcf#S3uqvpLRMxbbPjyw.99

14 BusByway: Sun, Sea… Volcanoes?

GeoTenerife proudly announces that we have places available in AUGUST and SEPTEMBER on our summer internship programme, in collaboration with INVOLCAN, the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute, for undergraduates interested in the field of…

15 New Zealand Times: Sun, Sea… Volcanoes?

GeoTenerife proudly announces that they have places available in AUGUST and SEPTEMBER on their summer internship programme, in collaboration with INVOLCAN, the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute, for undergraduates interested in the field of…

16 Silobreaker: Sun, Sea… Volcanoes?

This story VOLCANIC RISK UNDERGRADUATE INTERNSHIPS, Summer 2014 GeoTenerife proudly announces that we have places available in AUGUST and SEPTEMBER on our summer internship programme, in collaboration with INVOLCAN,…

17 Manufacturing Business: Solar, Sea… Volcanoes?

VOLCANIC Danger UNDERGRADUATE INTERNSHIPS, Summer season 2014

GeoTenerife proudly announces that we have spots obtainable in AUGUST and SEPTEMBER on our summer internship programme, in collaboration with INVOLCAN, the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute, for undergraduates intrigued in the discipline of:*Geoscience*Environmental sciences*Conversation and outreach…

18 Facebook: Bude and Beyond & budeandbeyond.co.uk

VOLCANIC RISK UNDERGRADUATE INTERNSHIPS, Summer 2014

GeoTenerife proudly announces that we have places available in AUGUST and SEPTEMBER on our summer internship programme, in collaboration with INVOLCAN, the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute, for undergraduates interested in the field of:

*Geoscience*Environmental sciences*Communication and outreach…

19 Outdoor Enthusiast : Sun, sea and volcanoes…

GeoTenerife have announced that they have places available in august and September within the summer internship programme, in collaboration with INVOLCAN, the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute, for undergraduates interested in the field of Geoscience, Environmental sciences and Communication and outreach

20 Sun, sea and volcanoes…

GeoTenerife have announced that they have places available in august and September within the summer internship programme, in collaboration with INVOLCAN, the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute, for undergraduates interested in the field of Geoscience, Environmental sciences and Communication and outreach

21 Find a bunk house: Sun, Sea… Volcanoes?

GeoTenerife proudly announces that we have places available in AUGUST and SEPTEMBER on our summer internship programme, in collaboration with INVOLCAN, the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute

22 Outdoor Enthusiast magazine, Sun, sea and volcanoes…

GeoTenerife have announced that they have places available in august and September within the summer internship programme, in collaboration with INVOLCAN, the Canary Islands Volcanology Institute, for undergraduates interested in the field of Geoscience, Environmental sciences, Communication and outreach

23 GeoTenerife August Volcanic Risk internships end on a high

GeoTenerife is a UK company that runs science field trips and internship programmes for UK students in the Canary Islands. Their most recent campaign saw them bring six post and undergraduate students from a range of UK universities to work with the Canarian Volcanological Institute (Instituto Volcanológico de Canarias, INVOLCAN), in the Canary Islands.