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Over 6,000 young people from Berlin and Brandenburg were again expected for the 17th vocatium in Berlin. On the 27 and 28 September, the school pupils were able to gain insight from a variety of exhibitors into a wide range of different professions.

Work-study students wanted : Successful fair for young career-seekers in Berlin

|   nexnet

Over 6,000 young people from Berlin and Brandenburg were again expected for the 17th vocatium in Berlin. On the 27 and 28 September, the school pupils were able to gain insight from a variety of exhibitors into a wide range of different professions.

"I was fascinated by the broad spectrum that was on offer here. From small organic discounters to international automotive companies, many sectors were represented. The future university entrance exam candidates were impressively motivated and prepared for a future traineeship in the context of dual course of study," says Ingo Hentschel, head of sales at nexnet, describing his impressions. "The nexnet slush ice machine was a real magnet for the public at the whole fair. Many young people waited for 30 minutes to get a second helping," he continues.

But is wasn't only the slush ice that was a success: the many interested pupils that gained insights at the nexnet booth into the possibilities of a dual studies programme in the subject areas of business administration and business information systems contributed to the positive assessment of the fair.

Anyone who is interested in a dual study programme in an innovative and dynamic company can apply for this immediately. Further information is available at www.nexnet.de or by e-mail at personal@nexnet.de.

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