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On Girls' Day, companies,businessesand universities throughout Germany open their doors to schoolgirls from the 5th grade upwards. The girls learn about apprenticeships and courses of study in IT, crafts, natural sciences and technology, fields in which women are rarely represented. Or they can meet female role models in leadership positions in business and politics.
Girls' Day is the largest career orientation project for schoolgirls worldwide.
Exchange of Experiences:
Girls can visit numerous participating companies and education institutions to learn about a certain job profile or education program.
Girls can learn about a certain job profile or education program.
Girls get to know job profiles on site. It enables them to decide better whether a certain job profile would suit their desires.
Companies have a chance to attract more women and thus fill the gap of lacking apprentices.
Design of barrier-free learning and educational processes for joint learning of trainees with and without learning disabilities
Mis-Matching of Skills:
Solving mis-matching of skills through development of a learning app
The project has an impact on the shortage of skilledfuture workers. Through advertising directly to interested girls, shortages in different jobs and sectorsare abated.
The project helps girls directly to decide better on their first career move by explaining and showing what a certain job profile is about. It provides an important orientation opportunity for girls. On that basis they can decidein a more informed manner what career path to go.
Transfer in Europe:
Girls’ Day now takes place in more than 30 countries all over the world and mainly all over Europe, for example Spain, Poland, Norway, Austria, France.
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