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November 2016

 

19.11.: Open day at Märkische Schule

Talent scout Max Ammareller and project coordinator Julia Zielberg standing in front of a Talentscouting-RollupHow does switching from a comprehensive school to a grammar school work? Märkische Schule in Wattenscheid presented its school concept to parents and school-leavers during its open day. Talent scout Max Ammareller and project coordinator Julia Zielberg attended the event and talked about their collaboration with the school and within the talent scouting network.





 

 


 

19.11.: Open day at the comprehensive school Gesamtschule Hattingen

Talent scout Serhat Demir, headmistress Dr Neumann and study and career coordinator Veysel Hezer being glad about the 'Schule im NRW Talentscouting' badgeAward for Gesamtschule Hattingen: Talent scout Serhat Demir presented headmistress Dr Elke Neumann with the „Schule im NRW Talentscouting“ badge. Moreover, he explained the talent scouting concept to school-leavers and parents.

 

 

 

 

 


 

16.11.: Conference on education and integration

Talent scouts Serhat Demir and Jelena Jojevic from Ruhr-Universität and their colleagues from Hochschule Bochum, Judith Quester and Luisa Kopp sitting around a tableBrought together by the notion that „language is the key to the world“, education experts met on November 16, 2016 at Haus Ennepetal. Talent scouts from Ruhr-Universität and their colleagues from the Bochum University of Applied Sciences presented the talent scouting programme and networked with representatives of schools in the Ennepe-Ruhr-Kreis district.




 

 



 

14.11.: Collaboration with the vocational college Hans-Böckler-Berufskolleg

Talent scout Jelena Jojevic and Diane Spevak and Werner Plum-Schmidt, coordinators for career and university guidance, as well as headmaster Wolfgang Großer and project coordinator Julia Zielberg displaying the 'Schule im NRW Talentscouting' badgeTalent scout Jelena Jojevic has been appointed mentor at Hans-Böckler-Berufskolleg in Marl. The vocational college has more than 3,000 students and runs a branch in Haltern am See, in addition to its headquarters in Marl. Diane Spevak and Werner Plum-Schmidt, coordinators for career and university guidance, as well as headmaster Wolfgang Großer are looking forward to the collaboration.




 

 


 

09.11.: Collaboration with the grammar school Graf-Engelbert-Gymnasium

Talent scout Max Ammareller and teacher Katja Wolf displaying the 'Schule im NRW-Talentscouting' badgeTalent scout Max Ammareller will be a frequent visitor at Graf-Engelbert-Schule from now on. Located in the centre of Bochum, the grammar school has more than 860 students. Teacher Katja Wolf will provide advice and assistance to the talent scout and is happy about the badge that shows that the grammar school is a partner school in the NRW talent scouting network.

 

 

 

 


 

03.11.: Chances lead to advancement – promoting educational justice and educational advancement

Talent scouts from RUB discussing with participantsFollowing an invitation by the Friedrich Ebert Foundation, talent scouts from the Bochum University of Applied Sciences and Ruhr-Universität presented the talent scouting project at the so-called „market of opportunities“. Subsequently, Minister Svenja Schule and scout Suat Yilmaz from the Westphalian University of Applied Sciences in Gelsenkirchen discussed educational justice in Germany in an open forum.