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International Relations Sector Secteur Relations Internationales High-School Students Internship Programme Reunión Programa CERN HSSIP

International Relations Sector Secteur Relations Internationales High-School Students Internship Programme Reunión Programa CERN HSSIP Subdirección General de Internacionalización de la Ciencia y la Innovación Ministerio de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades M. Capeans (CERN) Madrid, 10/10/18

International Relations Sector Secteur Relations Internationales High-School Students Internship Programme - Objective https: //hssip.

International Relations Sector Secteur Relations Internationales High-School Students Internship Programme - Objective https: //hssip. web. cern. ch • In a close collaboration with its member states, CERN invites high-school students (aged 16 -19) to come to CERN for two weeks, to gain practical experience in science, technology, and innovation. It focuses on giving students the chance to discover STEM in the CERN context and environment, strengthening their understanding of science, and developing their skills in a high-tech environment. • This programme is a unique opportunity for high-school students to be introduced to CERN, its technologies and physics, as well as to learn through workshops and by shadowing, observing, and working with a member of personnel. • hands-on opportunity in an international research laboratory • instilling scientific curiosity • motivating high-school students to take on a career in science, engineering, or another subject related to fundamental research

International Relations Sector Secteur Relations Internationales HSSIP at a Glance • Five/six countries per

International Relations Sector Secteur Relations Internationales HSSIP at a Glance • Five/six countries per year • Up to 24 high-school students (16 years+) • Two accompanying teachers • One national coordinator in the country and one at CERN • 12 supervisors • Two weeks internship at CERN • The students have the chance to gain practical experience in science, technology, and innovation.

International Relations Sector Secteur Relations Internationales HSSIP In 2017 – pilot with 5 countries

International Relations Sector Secteur Relations Internationales HSSIP In 2017 – pilot with 5 countries 2018 Hungary: 21 May – 03 June Czech Republic 27 May - 9 June 2018 Portugal: 03 – 16 September Israel 14 -25 October 2018 Bulgaria: 03 – 16 September Poland 4 -17 November 2018 Norway: 15 – 28 October Sweden 10 -23 June 2018 France: 22 October – 03 Nov The Netherlands 29 April – 11 May 2018

International Relations Sector Secteur Relations Internationales Selected Programmes/Countries • 2019 • • • Slovakia

International Relations Sector Secteur Relations Internationales Selected Programmes/Countries • 2019 • • • Slovakia (15/9 - 28/9) Finland (6/10 - 19/10) Spain (Sunday 29/9 – Saturday 12/10) Austria (20/10 – 2/11) Germany • 2020 • • • Belgium Denmark Greece Italy Romania Switzerland

International Relations Sector Secteur Relations Internationales Requirements • Students • up to 24 high-school

International Relations Sector Secteur Relations Internationales Requirements • Students • up to 24 high-school students from all over your country • age 16 years+ (students must be enrolled in highschool) • selection process • overseen by CERN • but executed within the country • must be fair and transparent • Accompanying Teachers • two accompanying teachers • experience with school trips • alumni from teacher programmes • one female & one male • one emergency stand-by replacement (could be a user? ) • travel with the students and stay with them at the hostel • run the social programme

International Relations Sector Secteur Relations Internationales National Coordinators • at CERN • “recruitment” of

International Relations Sector Secteur Relations Internationales National Coordinators • at CERN • “recruitment” of 12 supervisors • recommended: 1 additional fall-back option and related projects • assisting with the frame programme • link to the HSSIP team • finding guides • speaking the national language • for the scheduled visits • first point of contact for the students & teachers during the two weeks internship at CERN • in the country • liaison to country representatives • addressing relevant national regulations, • advertisement of the programme, • selection of date for the internship • owns and supervises selection process (students & teachers) in the country • organises (group-) travel for the students & teachers • coordinates administrative actions with participants

HSSIP Spain programme - Stakeholders • CERN coordinator Mar Capeans (CERN) • 12 CERN

HSSIP Spain programme - Stakeholders • CERN coordinator Mar Capeans (CERN) • 12 CERN supervisors • HSSIP team • National coordinator Francisco Barradas • • Accompanying teachers x 2 Students x 24 Admin support for organization Student selection process

International Relations Sector Secteur Relations Internationales HSSIP Team • overall coordination of the programme

International Relations Sector Secteur Relations Internationales HSSIP Team • overall coordination of the programme • organisational tasks • • • website hostel registration access visits social programme • emergency contact during the programme • Contact: [email protected] ch

International Relations Sector Secteur Relations Internationales Budget • Up to 500 CHF / person

International Relations Sector Secteur Relations Internationales Budget • Up to 500 CHF / person for travel • Hostel rooms (double rooms for students, single rooms for teachers) • 36 CHF daily meal allowance / person (in vouchers/credit card) • Programme Dinner (traditionally cheese fondue) • 2 weeks pass for public transport in Geneva • Gift bag for each student & teacher o sd t n e Stud ! an h t no sh a c e dl

International Relations Sector Secteur Relations Internationales Typical Programme Sunday (week 0) - arrival and

International Relations Sector Secteur Relations Internationales Typical Programme Sunday (week 0) - arrival and welcome Monday (week 1) - introduction to CERN, safety courses, formalities - start at the workplace Tuesday-Friday (week 1) - daytime: work at the designated workplace - evening: social programme or free time Monday-Thursday (week 2) - daytime: work at the designated workplace - evening: social programme or free time Friday (week 2) - presentations of their work and achievements Saturday (week 2) - departure Weekend (week 1) - social programme or free time 80 a h % n o nds

Programa Ejemplo Domingo Bienvenida y cena Lunes Intro al programa Intro al CERN y

Programa Ejemplo Domingo Bienvenida y cena Lunes Intro al programa Intro al CERN y Física de partículas Encuentro con los supervisores Búsqueda del Tesoro Martes Daily Catch-up (25’) Intro experimentos & aceleradores Trabajo con el supervisor (4 h) Visita Synchrocyclotron Miércoles Daily Catch-up (25’) Trabajo con el supervisor (5 h) Visita Centro de Datos Jueves Daily Catch-up (25’) Trabajo con el supervisor (5 h) Visita SM 18 (imanes SC) Viernes Daily Catch-up (25’) Trabajo con el supervisor (4 h) S’Cool Lab • Agenda: https: //indico. cern. ch/event/685358/timetable/ Sábado Discover Geneva Treasure Hunt Domingo Hike+Picnic Lunes Daily Catch-up (25’) Trabajo con el supervisor (5 h) Visita ISOLDE or AD Martes Daily Catch-up (25’) Trabajo con el supervisor (5 h) Visita AMS & CCC Miércoles Daily Catch-up (25’) Trabajo con el supervisor (5 h) Visita ATLAS Jueves Daily Catch-up (25’) Trabajo con el supervisor (7 h) Viernes Daily Catch-up (25’) Check-out Presentaciones 12 grupos Cocktail

Ejemplo Proyectos Programa Sueco 2018

Ejemplo Proyectos Programa Sueco 2018

International Relations Sector Secteur Relations Internationales • • Feedback from participants Changed my view

International Relations Sector Secteur Relations Internationales • • Feedback from participants Changed my view of “what scientists do” Impressed by the international, collaborative work Relation between science / particle physics and other disciplines more clear now Importance of computing knowledge ➔ new high-school student ambassadors for CERN!

Spain programme – Additional information to help defining the scope of work ahead •

Spain programme – Additional information to help defining the scope of work ahead • Cost for Spain = 0 • Selection and trip organization done by Spain • Cost of trips will be fully reimbursed by CERN (note on insurance costs) • When again? • First round of the HSSIP programme running for all member states • If second round done (not confirmed), the programme would come back to each country after 4 -5 years • The total size of the group is 26 people, nominally 24 students+2 teachers. • In some countries, 1 teacher is needed per 10 students. This means the programme runs with 23 students + 3 teachers

Spain programme – TO DO LIST • Define Students Selection process in Spain •

Spain programme – TO DO LIST • Define Students Selection process in Spain • The process shall be fair and free (e. g. the pool of candidates have not been selected out of a program where they had to pay to get in) • HSSIP team likes competitions to select the best, complemented with spontaneous applications (2 -5) to attract ‘less obvious’ candidates (not a rule, but a plus) • Candidates representing geographical and gender diversity (not a rule, but a plus) • Students (>16 y) have to be enrolled in the school when they participate in HSSIP 2019. This means that 18/19 cannot be their final school year • CERN needs to be informed of the selection process chosen asap • Admin timeline, CERN needs: • 1 month before school the names of students and 2 teachers • 2 weeks before school the registration documents received at CERN

Spain programme Looking forward to work with all of you! Mar Capeans mar. capeans@cern.

Spain programme Looking forward to work with all of you! Mar Capeans mar. [email protected] ch + 41 75 411 4590