Ap­pren­ti­ce­ship Night

Ap­pren­ti­ce­ship Night

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On the 30th of Sep­tem­ber, Kers­tin, Lars and me took part in the Ap­pren­ti­ce­ship Night. Due to Co­ro­na, the event was held on­line via Zoom. Our vir­tu­al room was open from 17:00 to 20:00. Du­ring this time, we were rea­dy to an­s­wer ques­ti­ons from all pro­spec­ti­ve stu­dents and trainees.

Due to pre­vious ex­pe­ri­ence with si­mi­lar on­line events, we did not have gre­at ex­pec­ta­ti­ons, but ra­ther the hope that so­meo­ne would drop by. Per­so­nal­ly, I was very sur­pri­sed when a pu­pil en­t­e­red our Zoom room short­ly af­ter 17:00. She was in­te­res­ted in the dual stu­dy pro­gram “Di­gi­tal Busi­ness Ma­nage­ment”.  Lars and me an­s­we­red her ques­ti­ons gi­ving a short pre­sen­ta­ti­on with in­sight into the TecAlliance world. Ad­di­tio­nal­ly, I told from my own ex­pe­ri­ence how the dual stu­dy pro­gram works, what so­meo­ne needs for it and what I par­ti­cu­lar­ly like about it.

Af­ter that, the­re was a lon­ger break un­til ano­t­her pro­spec­ti­ve stu­dent came in. He was in­te­res­ted in the “Ap­p­lied Com­pu­ter Sci­ence” de­gree pro­gram and see­med to be to­tal­ly en­thu­si­astic about the IT world. He lik­ed our idea of the trai­nee team and thought it was cool that we have a trai­nee ou­ting and oc­ca­sio­nal­ly do so­me­thing tog­e­ther in our free time. He was al­rea­dy rea­dy to send us his ap­p­li­ca­ti­on that day.

In sum­ma­ry, the 3 hours were not wais­ted. In pre­sence, we would cer­tain­ly have had more vi­si­tors and the Ap­pren­ti­ce­ship Night would have been more pro­duc­ti­ve. Ne­vertheless, it is good that we have the op­por­tu­ni­ty in the Co­ro­na pan­de­mic to draw at­ten­ti­on to the TecAlliance with its va­rious cour­ses of stu­dy and training in or­der to at­tract new trainees.

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