For the sixth time in a row, the Munich Prognos team conducted application training sessions with students from the Munich SchlaU School. At the SchlaU school, young refugees aged between 16 and 25 are taught and prepared for achieving their state school leaving certificate. The school then supports them in their transition from school to the job market.
This year, 13 young adults took part in the application training courses at the Munich Prognos location. Interviews were simulated and questions about CVs and the German education system were answered. During the talks, colleagues were able to learn a lot about the career plans and biographies of the participants. Popular job opportunities for students include nursing assistants, opticians, electricians, and retail professions.
After having to conduct the application training under more stringent Covid-19 conditions for the past two years, this year it was business as usual according to Germany’s 2G rules and test requirements.
We wish all students a good start in their professional lives!
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