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 Post subject: Career Advice for Gemmology
PostPosted: Sun Jun 30, 2019 1:08 pm 
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Hello, fellow gemstone enthusiasts,
I am Urja Zaveri from India. I am currently pursuing third-year in Bachelors of Science with majors in Earth Science and minor in Physics. I have particularly been interested in gemstones and crystals since always and to further gain insight into the subject have also pursued the gemmology course with GEM-A. I shall be obtaining the diploma course results in a few months, after which I shall successfully obtain the FGA title of Gemmology.
I will be finishing my graduation next April and plan on pursuing mineralogy or Gemmology suited fields.
I would love to have suggestions from fellow gemmologists if they think doing an internship/job would be a good idea or continuing studies for my masters would be more suited for me. My future target is to be able to work at a reputed Gemological Laboratory or go into research in the field of mineralogy.

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 Post subject: Re: Career Advice for Gemmology
PostPosted: Sun Dec 29, 2019 4:17 pm 
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Location: Dallas, Texas
I have been a Gemologist for over 50 years. I earned a B.F.A. in visual arts and a B.S. in Gemological Illustration from the University of Texas at Austin in 1960's. During that time I took Correspondence G.I.A. and earned a G.G. Education gave me a "Certificate of Exposure" in my field of interest. Much has changed sense 1970's.

Gemology on Line is a marvel of Ideas, condition, and opinions. We have had outstanding members, who bravely fought physical stet-backs that inspired me to note their courage and leadership in bettering Gemology!

I use self humor to defuse my own battles. After a heart attack, I was no longer fast,but half-fast. I told my cancer surgeon that I no longer had a foot and half of large colon, but a semi-colon. We believe we got it all.I am told that I will have a bright future with check ups.

At 78 years young, I plan to continue contributing to Gemology on Line.
I plan to offer up my Gemological equipment, rare books, research, minerals, and A. I. database to assist members do gemological research.
and a Master set of diamonds graded by G.I.A. as split grades.

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