【DE】The trade fair in Berlin shows: Choosing a career can be so easy

Berlin – How can the transition from school to work be as smooth as possible? This is a question that all parents and many teachers ask themselves. The results of a current study by the Bertelsmann Foundation show that without the support of adults, only a few manage to deal with the topic and find their own dream job. According to the study “Career Orientation in the Third Corona Year”, 72 percent of young people in Berlin state that there is either too little information about choosing a career or that they find it difficult to find their way around.


But what kind of help can be provided by legal guardians and teachers? A sensible option is to visit a careers fair together, such as Entry Berlin on November 18 & 19, 2022. The fair is tailored to the needs of young people when choosing a career and course of study and helps them to find the right path for the future. In addition to a lot of useful information, qualified contact persons are available at the fair, who can provide answers to important questions about choosing a career and know which step can lead to the dream job.


Which job fits me? Is a technical apprenticeship the right thing to do, or rather an IT degree? What skills do I need to have? By when do I have to apply? What is the point of a voluntary service and is a year abroad even feasible in Corona times? Young people can find answers to all these and many other questions in personal discussions at the more than 125 exhibitor stands. This year, the Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe, the Freie Universität Berlin, the Neubrandenburg University of Applied Sciences, the Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, the Federal Police Academy, New Yorker, the Berliner Sparkasse, MeinAuslandspraktikum and the University of Szeged are among those taking part.


In addition, there will be exciting lectures on the topics of training, studies and gap years in the Speakers Lounge on both days of the fair. Interactive hands-on stations are also available at some exhibitor stands. Here, visitors can try out jobs in practice and find out whether their dream job keeps what it promises. And in the “Career in the public service” topic forum, there is information worth knowing about working for the state, Germany’s largest employer.


Those who want to prepare for the trade fair can find interactive tools such as the interest check on the trade fair website. Admission is of course free of charge. However, registration in advance is required: visitors decide on a specific admission time, but can stay at the fair for as long as they want.


Entry Berlin in the Messe Berlin, Hall 1.1


Date: Friday, November 18, 2022, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturday, November 19, 2022 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Target group: Adolescents and young adults between the ages of 14 and 23, job starters and prospective students, teachers and parents

Admission: Admission is free, prior registration is required.

All information: www.einstieg.com/berlin


About entry:


Entry GmbH offers trade fairs, media and advice for young people who are planning to start their professional future, and supports companies and universities in their search for young talent. At the six nationwide entry fairs, the Young people, parents and teachers can find out more about professions live in the Rhineland on einstieg.com and instieg magazine training, studies and gap year.


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