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Coroplast Global | News | 07 Mar 2024 Girls’Day 2024: Young talents are welcome!

Once again this year, the Coroplast Group is inviting eight schoolgirls to gain exciting insights into production and our IT department. Interested? Register now!

A day in IT at the Coroplast Group

Together with the young talents, we take a look at the "IT specialist" apprenticeship. The IT sector in particular is more often attributed to men than women and we want to change that! That's why we're giving the participants the chance to take a look inside the IT department and carry out small practical projects in order to arouse interest in this exciting field.

  • We will disassemble a computer into its individual parts together to get to know the components. The computer will then be reassembled. Technical understanding and dexterity can be put to the test here.
  • We can get creative with the "Scratch" program and program our own small functions.

Register now for a day in IT

Four girls developing functions for the "Scratch" program
With the "Scratch" program, a wide variety of functions can be programmed with a little practice.

A day in production

The participants will have the opportunity to get to know our production and the corresponding processes.

  • We will learn how to use a soldering iron and carry out small exercises with it.
  • We will prepare electrical wires, strip them, crimp them and connect a Schuko plug.
  • We will also install a push-button with a light source and a power supply unit on a mounting plate.

Register now for a day in production

Apprentice explains the use of a soldering iron to a participant

What is Girls' Future Day?

Under the motto "Here you come!", schoolgirls from the 5th grade onwards can gain insights into STEM professions and meet female role models in leadership positions. The focus here is primarily on professions in which women make up less than 40% of the workforce. 

Girls' Day is sponsored by the Ministry for Family Affairs, Senior Citizens, Women and Youth and the Ministry of Education and Social Affairs and supports the "Klischeefrei" initiative. 

The girls should be able to get an overview of their educational options, free of gender-specific job descriptions. 

Logo of the future day "Girls'Day"
We join in and promote the next generation of women - free from gender stereotypes!

Your contact person Careers – Graduates & Students

Do you have any questions about Girls' Day? Then please feel free to contact me!

Your contact person Careers – Graduates & Students

Do you have any questions about Girls' Day? Then please feel free to contact me!