"Young Talents Wanted" is the clear message we want to convey to young people in the region at the Apprenticeship Day on November 25, 2022. The event will take place at the AP&S headquarters in Donaueschingen-Aasen at Obere Wiesen 9. The doors will be open to all interested parties between 2 and 5 pm.
Which training or study program is right for me? This is probably one of the most important and most difficult decisions that young people have to make. After all, it's the start of their professional lives. AP&S has set itself the goal of supporting young people in this decision.
"On Training Day, we present various apprenticeships and dual study programs at our company. There are various information stations where our trainees and students give insights into their everyday lives. Trainers provide information about the content of training and studies. Company tours give visitors an all-round impression of AP&S as a training company. The human resources department will provide valuable tips on job applications. There will be various hands-on activities and presentations on the semiconductor industry and the manufacture of microchips. A raffle rounds off the program," says Linda Lütte from the HR department about the concept of the event.
"We urgently need young talent: Apprentices as well as dual students. But interns and vacation jobbers are also always welcome at our company. At AP&S, we have a lot to offer: a future-proof and international industry, exciting products and, above all, a great team that takes the young people by the hand and supports them 100 % on their way into professional life," says Alexandra Laufer-Müller, CEO at AP&S.
"Securing a skilled workforce is a major challenge. Well-founded training of young talents is a decisive cornerstone in this. In the last 5 years, we have always been able to take on all trainees. In this way, we have gained valuable junior staff for our company," says Cäcilia Wegner, HR Manager at AP&S. "We are looking forward to numerous visitors on Training Day. Parents, teachers and other inquisitive people are also welcome."