Posts Categorised: Ausbildung/ContiBachelor

High five with the Future: Continental at this year’s IdeenExpo

High five with the Future: Continental at this year’s IdeenExpo

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The IdeenExpo is currently taking place at Hanover’s exhibition center (Germany). Almost half a million school students are using this opportunity to find out about careers in the STEM fields – science, technology, engineering and mathematics. I am also excited about the great atmosphere at the Hanover exhibition center. My enthusiasm is probably also down…

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Experiences for Life – on the Other Side of the World

Experiences for Life – on the Other Side of the World

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The impressions and experiences that me and my colleague David gained last fall will likely stay with us for a long time: we spent three weeks in Bolivia, together with 18 other students from vocational schools in the area around the diocese of Trier (Germany). The Diözesanstelle Weltkirche organization there had organized the cultural study trip. Extraordinary…

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“Bring your Friend” – Intern Event 2015

“Bring your Friend” – Intern Event 2015

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As last year with the topic “Kick it like Continental” Continental again organized an intern event this year. About 100 interns, students, and bachelor’s and master’s candidates from different locations in Germany had the opportunity to get to know the location of Continental Hanover and the company itself. Unlike last year, the event was not within the slogan “World…

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From Technical Product Designer to Event Manager – Apprenticeship at Continental

From Technical Product Designer to Event Manager – Apprenticeship at Continental

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“Increasing Academization having Ramifications on the Labor Market” – this was a headline from a German news magazine which recently caught my eye. Getting a university degree seems to be a very popular trend these days. At the same time, you hear very critical remarks from many young people about “easy” apprenticeships. As a 22-year-old…

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