Job application coaching for students
Pupils of the help alliance project received professional help with the application process and for their professional careers
Photo shoot for application photos on site
For the second time, Eurowings employees supported students of the help alliance learning support project "Destination Education Opportunities" with job application coaching and a professional photo shoot. The Lufthansa Group aid organization help alliance and Chancenwerk e.V. cooperated on the project to support disadvantaged students on their educational path. The job application training took place on May 23 at the Dieter Forte Comprehensive School in Düsseldorf.
At three stations, the children were able to roll through the topics of résumé and job interview, career choice and cover letter, and photo shoot. Here, Kristina Tophinke from the Eurowings HR department and Gaby Drawe from Corporate Communications supported 24 students with their preparations and questions. The participating school children received professional application photos from Düsseldorf-based photographer Anja Meyer, who provided support at reduced photo shoot costs and was financed with the help of employee donations from the last marketing warehouse sale.
Murat Vural, managing director of Chancenwerk e.V., and the principal were pleased about the exchange between pupils and employees from a large company. "The students in our learning support program usually do not have access to assistance or experience in their private environment for their professional careers and job application processes. This makes the suggestions and tips from experts about what they can and must prepare for all the more valuable," says Murat Vural.
The Düsseldorf "Destination Educational Opportunities" project
The "Destination Educational Opportunities" project, which is implemented by the non-profit organization Chancenwerk e.V., benefits students whose families are unable to help them learn for financial, time or language reasons. At the three Düsseldorf schools Dieter-Forte-Gesamtschule, Realschule Benrath and Freiherr-vom-Stein Realschule, students are supported by older pupils and students. help alliance project manager on the part of Eurowings for the project is Gaby Drawe.
The Lufthansa Group aid organization help alliance works on projects worldwide to enable children and young people to lead self-determined lives. The help alliance was founded 20 years ago as a result of the commitment of employees and works on projects worldwide to enable children and young people to lead a self-determined life. Employees of the Lufthansa Group and Eurowings are personally involved in each of the approximately 40 aid projects worldwide.