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Career Camp: Career Tips for Everyone

More than 40 companies and institutions will introduce themselves as employers during a career week at the University of Bremen. "Career Camp" 2022 offers students the opportunity to participate in career-orienting, profile-sharpening events as well as informative events on starting a career.

This year, this intensive career format will take place from March 28 to April 1, 2022, mainly virtually, but with two career networking evenings in person. All interested parties are invited to the kick-off event at 9 a.m. on March 28, 2022, which will begin with a welcome talk by the elected future president, Professor Jutta Günther, and by the dean of the Faculty of Business Studies & Economics, Professor Jochen Zimmermann.

Information on Job Application Myths or Trends in the World of Work

This will be followed by a panel discussion on the topic of "Work local in a global context," moderated by business editor Lisa Schröder of the Weser-Kurier newspaper.  
Representatives from four companies from different industries and of different sizes, including TOPA³S, the Transfer Center for Optimized, Assisted, Highly Automated and Autonomous Systems, a spin-off company of the University of Bremen, will then discuss different matters.

"Students from a variety of disciplines can participate in the week, which will be packed with various live-online formats," highlights Maren Hartstock of the Faculty of Business Studies & Economics’ Career Orientation and Transfer Office. "Many spaces are open to everyone, which means students from other universities, alumni, and the general interested public can attend." Participants can learn about topics such as "job application myths," "interculturalism and remote work," or "trends in the world of work." But there will also be input from the startup scene on Monday afternoon, for example on how to start a business from your office at home.

Organized by Master's Students

Master's students organized the elaborate career week as part of the new course "Applied Event Management," initiated by the Faculty of Business Studies & Economics’ Career Orientation and Transfer Office. "Not only did the master's organizational team gain valuable practical experience in the field of event and project management, they also honed many soft skills in the process," Hartstock explains. At the same time, they have put together a tailor-made program for anyone interested in the included topics.

Further Information:

Career Camp event website: https://blogs.uni-bremen.de/careercamp/

Link to the panel discussion: https://uni-bremen.zoom.us/j/97209220713?pwd=d09CRTBsRU5iVzBuMGY4cTMwTGN2Zz09

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Contact:

Maren Hartstock
Career Orientation and Transfer Office
Faculty of Business Studies & Economics
University of Bremen
Email: mhartstprotect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de
Phone: +49 421 218-66505

 

Students from different disciplines can take part in the diverse live-online formats.
Students from different disciplines can take part in the diverse live-online formats.