Andrea Perl is studying mechanical engineering with advanced practical experience at Munich University of Applied Sciences. She is working at Kathrein to do a practical semester and has recently completed a six-month internship at Kathrein USA. Here she describes her impressions:
Staying abroad is a personal gain for young people and is particularly useful for the job or studies. Isabell Späth is doing an apprenticeship as an industrial management assistant at Kathrein. In November 2015 she had the opportunity to spend 3 weeks in London to do an internship at an English company. This was enabled by the European Erasmus+ Programme and supported by the KulturLife organisation. Her employer released her from work and assumed the costs. A field report summarises her impressions.
In September 2012, I started training as an industrial clerk at the KATHREIN-Werke KG. The training in a medium-sized, internationally active companies seemed to be the perfect choice for me. The central location in Rosenheim is also an advantage.
In September 2012 I started my apprenticeship as a systems and devices electronics technician at Kathrein in Rosenheim. I applied at Kathrein, because of its good reputation and because of the company’s stability.