As part of the model project “Diversity in Office – ViA”, the Deutschlandstiftung Integration is offering three-month paid job shadowing opportunities in federal authorities starting in April 2023.
For the project “Diversity in the Office – ViA”, the Deutschlandstiftung Integration is looking for several interns for job shadowing opportunities
– the Federal Foreign Office (AA),
– the Federal Ministry of Education and Research
– the Federal Ministry of Finance (BMF),
– the Federal Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth (BMFSFJ),
– and more
at the locations Berlin, Cologne/Bonn and Frankfurt (full-time)
During the internship, interns will gain a wide-ranging insight into the day-to-day work of the highest federal authority four days a week. In addition, they are involved in scientific project support one day per week. The aim of this is to use focus groups and seminars, among other things, to gather findings that will help initiate sustainable change processes and develop practical
recommendations for the federal authorities. In this way, the project is intended to provide new impetus for an intercultural opening of the civil service and, in the long term, to increase the representation of persons with a migration biography in the senior and higher civil service.
We look forward to receiving your applications via the ViA application portal. The deadline for applications is January 31, 2023.
For more information on the project and application, please visit:
For questions about the application process or job shadowing opportunities, please contact the project team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +49 (0)30 54 70 514.
Right in the middle – heard differently! on Feb. 15 in the Meistersingerhalle Nuremberg
Changing perspective, completely immersing yourself in an orchestra and its music: everyone has experienced a normal concert visit with the audience in the auditorium. But what is it like to be a listener and at the same time in the middle of the orchestra, sharing the stage with it?
With the project “Mittendrin – Anders gehört!” the Klassische Philharmonie Bonn invites you to an intensive concert visit of a different kind: Already during the dress rehearsal you can become part of an instrument group on stage and sit between the musicians. Here you can experience first-hand how the music is fine-tuned. Afterwards, the free time until the concert begins will be used for a backstage tour of the Konzerthaus and an introduction to the evening’s works. The evening will be rounded off by a very special concert experience: you will enter the stage together with the orchestra and enjoy the entire concert as part of the orchestra – right in the middle!
Apply by February 5 for this unique opportunity with the Classical Philharmonic Orchestra at email@example.com.
The specialized counseling center JADWIGA is looking for workshop leaders for the education of human trafficking and the “lover boy” method at schools and youth facilities in Bavaria starting in February 2023:
You are enthusiastic about the topics of human rights, prevention of
prevention of human trafficking and education about the lover boy method.
and would like to educate about it? You would like to earn some extra money
and can you imagine conducting workshops at different locations in Bavaria? Then you are exactly right with us!
We are currently looking for multipliers aged 18 and older who would like to conduct workshops in schools until July 2023. These can be students/graduates of social work, psychology, but also of pedagogy, education or political science etc. or people with experience in conducting workshops.
For this we offer training, fair remuneration and of course coverage of travel expenses.
JADWIGA, based in Munich and Nuremberg, supports women affected by human trafficking and forced marriage. With the support of the Bavarian State Ministry for Family Affairs, Labor and Social Affairs (StMAS), we recently launched a prevention campaign to raise awareness about the so-called “lover boy” method as part of the “Bavaria against Violence” initiative GewaltLOSwerden, which we will carry out in cooperation with municipalities throughout Bavaria.
German language skills at mother tongue level are required.
Contact: Diana Sachon, diana.sachon@jadwiga–online.de, Tel.: 089 3853445
Further information: www.jadwiga–online.de
The start of professional life marks the beginning of a new and at the same time exciting phase of life for young people. For many trainees and students, the first money they earn themselves is the first step into adult life and personal responsibility.
This online seminar is aimed at trainees, students and interested parents.
It provides neutral information about sensible saving at a young age and recommended as well as superfluous insurances at the beginning of a professional career.
The seminar also deals with “finfluencers”: These are financial influencers who promise quick returns on social media. With some bloggers you can learn a lot, with others you can only lose.
Please register [www.kab-bamberg.de/bildung/veranstaltungen]
You are about to graduate from school or university and are about to start your professional life? You have already signed an employment contract
or are planning to sign one in the near future? You’re wondering what rights you get with it and what obligations you have?
Then you might be interested in our online seminar on “Employment Law”, where you can learn, for example:
What do I have to pay attention to as a (future) employee?
What are the “pitfalls” in the employment contract?
What do I do in the event of a warning, wage arrears, termination, etc.?