Part 2 - Catching up with the new interns!

This is part 2 of finding out how our interns are getting on with internship and life in Seville; Rossella - Working at Hombre y Territorio 'I would say that my experience in Seville so far has been extraordinary, and I'm not exaggerating. I didn't know in detail what I was going to do in my organisation before coming here, but it turned out to be exactly the type of job that I wanted.I currently work at Hombre y Territorio, an environmental organisation that collaborates with many different associations throughout Spain.We alternate between days at the office (that are quite light an easy, as it's only 4 hours a day) and days outside Seville (mainly in the weekend) where we carry out tasks

Part 1 - Catching up with our new Interns!

Our new interns arrived in Seville nearly three weeks ago. I have asked each intern to tell me a little bit about what they've been up to in their spare time and how they are getting on with their placements and life in Seville! Below are a few of their experiences; Rosa - talking about her placement at EBD 'My internship is with 'Estación Biológica de Doñana' - the name suggests that I am working inside Doñana National Park but I am actually working on Isla de la Cartuja which is about a 15 minute bike ride from where I am living (La Macarena). It is a lovely building, bursting with scientists from all over the world doing amazing research. My internship is assisting a PhD student who is lo

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