What does TGI-4 offer undergraduate and graduate students in the Earth Sciences?
The GSC has a long history of training and mentoring undergraduate and graduate students in the Earth Sciences through seasonal (summers and COOP) or part-time employment. TGI-4 expects to hire more than 75 students. Under TGI-4, students are exposed to a broad spectrum of field to laboratory-related experiences across a breadth of geoscience topics. The GSC has the satisfaction of helping develop the next generation of highly skilled geoscientists for employment in the minerals industry, research institutes and university faculties. The students receive
- a stimulating work environment in the field, office and/or laboratories
- a competitive salary or a stipend
- survey experience that is highly valued by future employers
- logistical support and facility access for undergraduate and graduate theses
- an opportunity to work in diverse regions of Canada
TGI-4 will hire and train undergraduate students and graduate students. Graduate students will have the opportunity to work on theses that contribute to achieving the goal of the TGI-4 program of increasing exploration effectiveness in the search for buried mineral deposits.