And so my last day as a TCV Natural Talent trainee has arrived!
What and amazing and quick year it’s been. On my final blog post I’d like to share some great moments over the past year. Here are just a few of the basic stats…
And a some photos of just a few of many great moments…
A massive thank you to Amgueddfa Cymru – National Musuem Wales for hosting my placement, especially to all the staff in Natural Sciences who have been super supportive and made me feel so welcome. Make sure you pop into National Museum Cardiff if you are ever in the city and check out their incredible exhibitions. You can keep up with what the Natural Sciences staff are up to on Twitter: @Cardiff_Curator
Huge appreciation to Esmee Fairbairn for funding these fantastic traineeships, and for continuing to fund them for the next two years!
Applications for the next round of six traineeships are now open! There is even one at National Museum Cardiff, this time on the subject of grassland Hemiptera. It’s going to be a quick turn around, with the aim of the traineeships starting in April so make sure you apply soon! Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
As for me, I’ll be sticking around at National Museum Cardiff for a while, with something exciting in the pipeline. I might pop up again for a quick guest blog when I have the results of my projects all sorted and written up. Don’t forget to follow me on Twitter: @I_Cavadino for #MolluscMonday and more..
So long and thanks for all the molluscs!
Hwyl fawr a diolch am y molysgiaid!
Natural Talent Trainee: Non-Marine Molluscs