Many GfGD followers are students thinking about what to do when they finish their degree, how to get experience and what jobs are available in the development community for those with geological skills. Over time this page will be developed to include a range of useful resources, from details of MSc courses, to profiles of various career options.
Geoscience and International Development: A Preliminary Guide to Further Study and Possible Careers in Water and Sanitation and Disaster Risk Reduction
(This guide includes details of the experience required, further study options, and where to find out more information).
Edward Joy, PhD Student, University of Nottingham/British Geological Survey/Malawian Ministry of AgricultureSocial geology — integrating sustainability concepts into Earth sciences (Iain Stewart and Joel Gill)
Geoscience and Development - Some careers tips... (Joel Gill, November 2013)
The Social Geologist (Jonathan Stone, February 2012)
Listening, Communicating and Diplomacy - The Importance of Geologists Developing Soft Skills for Effective Development (Joel Gill, November 2011)
Postgraduate Courses - Engineering Geology at the University of Leeds (Joel Gill, October 2011)
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