Books are one thing, but there’s nothing like hands-on experience
Metal… whatty? Stainless steel … huh? Techni-where? Electro-pardon? Service-level …whatever? When your career and long-term goals are at stake, it always makes sense to work out the lie of the land beforehand. The best way to do this is to take a peek behind the scenes. It’s never too early to start thinking about an internship and all the different types of professions you could enter. Or to figure out ways to gain practical experience and dip your toes into a world that could one day be the linchpin in your career. At ThyssenKrupp, we offer you the opportunity to do precisely that.
To prevent you from coming in last in terms of job choice: internships for school students give first insights into different job fields.
The ThyssenKrupp high school student internship is the ideal way to find out what it’s really like working for a company. You get to spend two to three weeks in any of a number of departments. Not only is it a perfect opportunity (good and early) to see what skills and knowledge you might need after school or college, you can also put your own interests and talent to the test. What better way to decide what you want to do later – study, start work straight away, do an apprenticeship… And it’s perfect for boosting your confidence before taking the next step after high school.
Learning about the world of ThyssenKrupp from within the company is a sure-fire way to prepare for the challenges of the future. Feel free to get in touch with one of our key contacts. They’ll fill you in on all the options and the best way to apply for a high school student internship. If ThyssenKrupp sounds like the right place to embark on your future career, then all you have to do is get in touch – ideally five or six months before you’d like to start your internship. All we need is an application form, submitted to the division or subsidiary of your choice. Who knows, maybe this will get your apprenticeship or dual studies off to a flying start.