Girls’Day offers schoolgirls from the 5th grade the opportunity to look into numerous professions and companies all over Germany, where women have so far been rarely represented. The girls learn about apprenticeships as well as courses in the fields of IT, crafts, science and technology. Through the insight on site, many students have already gained a perspective and gained initial experience of where their journey could go after school. This year, the ELOMECH Group gave students at the ELOTechnikum the opportunity to get an insight into electrical engineering. Whether the girls have now found their dream job remains to be seen. Perhaps Girls’Day has shown them that technical careers are not just exciting for boys.
School visits the ELOMECH-Gruppe: In the course of the Occupational Field Exploration Days of the Gesamtschule Borbeck in Essen, we welcomed 25 pupils of the 8th grade to our ELOTechnikum. In addition to information about the training opportunities at the ELOMECH-Gruppe, there was a practical task and something to win in our training workshop. We hope the insight into our company was fun!
For the good cause
As last year, Elomech supports the Kaiserswerther Diakonie in Düsseldorf with a generous donation. 2,000 euros were donated for two important projects: The Florence Nightingale Hospital is adapting to the individual needs of patients with dementia with the pilot project “dementia-sensitive hospital. ” Trained staff, personal care and a specific interior design ensure safety, orientation and a quick recovery. The clinic clown ensures the recovery of the very young patients. With hand puppets and a lot of fun, “Clownie” lets you forget your worries, fears and homesickness for a moment. Laughter is the best medicine! We are pleased to be able to contribute to this.
[Photo: Rendel Freude]
Guests from Jordan
The Hans-Sachs-Berufskolleg in Oberhausen works internationally: the school and the “German Jordanian Center of Excellence” cooperate with Jordanian teachers and students and foster a professional exchange in the field of solar and energy technology. With the support of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ), a delegation of technical teachers from Jordan visited the school in Oberhausen. Headmaster Marc Bücker also wanted to present the ELOTechnikum, the educational center of the ELOMECH Gruppe, as a positive example of a high standard of education. During a guided tour, the arabian guests were visibly enthusiastic.