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Volunteer for CERN’s summer activities at CineGlobe and Science Night

This summer, become a CERN ambassador on the Organization’s activity stand at Science Night, and help host the 11th edition of the CineGlobe international film festival

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CERN workshop at Science Night in 2018 (Image: CERN)
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From 29 June to 3 July 2022, the CineGlobe international film festival will be returning to the CERN Globe of Science and Innovation for its 11th edition. With open-air screenings of short and feature-length films inspired by science as well as virtual-reality experiences and hands-on workshops, CineGlobe promises to be a highlight of the summer.

Always a popular event for people from CERN and the local area, CineGlobe owes its growing success each year to its volunteers. From welcoming the visitors to running hands-on workshops for families and schoolchildren, their help is vital to make the event a success.

Become a CineGlobe volunteer! Sign up and find out more here


Science Night

On 9 and 10 July 2022, against the splendid backdrop of Perle du Lac park in Geneva, the Science History Museum is holding its 13th Science Night, on the theme “Et pourtant...” (“And yet…”). This event will allow participants to discover science in a friendly and festive setting.

CERN will be present, hosting a stand called “Rencontre avec l'invisible” (“Encounter the invisible”). The programme includes fun activities to enable old and young alike to discover the fundamental principles of physics and to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the discovery of the Higgs boson. We’re looking for friendly and motivated volunteers to run the activities, including drawing, workshops, virtual reality, vortex cannon, etc.

Become a Science Night volunteer! Sign up and find out more here


Conditions of participation

No previous experience is required, and full training will be provided. The schedule will be drawn up based on your availability; there will be several shifts each day for each event. Please make sure that you:

  • have a CERN contract (MPE, MPA, official CERN guides, ENTC, TEMC);
  • are over 18 years of age;
  • attend the compulsory briefing sessions;
  • speak French proficiently (minimum B2 level, especially for Science Night).

Dress code and meals

  • You will be provided with one or two CineGlobe or Standard Model formula t-shirts to wear, depending on the number of shifts you do.
  • A meal voucher will be provided by the organisers if your shift includes a lunch or dinner break.

Volunteering is a great opportunity to see behind the scenes of a public event, represent CERN vis-à-vis the public and meet new people, so come and join the adventure by signing up!

Become a CineGlobe volunteer

Become a Science Night volunteer