Saxony Goes Global: Career Service Brings International Students Together Digitally with Regional Companies
On 2 February 2021, the Career Service at Chemnitz University of Technology invites you to the digital English-language networking event Saxony Goes Global. Above all, international students and alumni can meet employers from Saxony who are looking for international employees here
Many international graduates of Chemnitz University of Technology would like to stay and work in the region after graduation. This has been suggested by counseling interviews carried out by the Career Service at Chemnitz University of Technology. For the regional economy, this is a potential pool of excellently trained employees. The challenge is to find the right match. This is where the digital networking meeting Saxony Goes Global comes in. This event will take place online via Zoom starting at 3 pm on 2 February 2021. It is particularly aimed at international students from the fields of STEM and economics. The event will be accompanied by a varied supporting program.
To facilitate networking, there will be separate company rooms. Here, two regional employers will present themselves in each case. Interested parties can get an overview of the wishes, requirements, and offers of the companies.
For additional information, please contact Cindy Paukert from the Career Service at Chemnitz University of Technology, Tel. +49 371 531-33209, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Background: Saxony Goes Global
TalentTransfer, a Saxon State Ministry of Economics, Labor and Transport (SMWA) to secure skilled workers, is behind the Saxony Goes Global program. In the three chamber districts of Chemnitz, Dresden, and Leipzig, the project has been implemented since June 2019 by the project sponsors ZAROF. GmbH in Leipzig, Career Service of Chemnitz University of Technology in Chemnitz, and SCiB GmbH in Dresden. The aim is to bring foreign students enrolled at universities in southwest Saxony even closer together with interested companies. Students from the fields of STEM and economics are particularly addressed.
(Author: Matthias Fejes / Translation: Chelsea Burris)