For the third time, the GiZo held a career day around Eastern Europe on the subject of ‘ transition management between study and occupation ‘. Atmos Energy contributes greatly to this topic. Casting, may 18, 2011. On which GiZo career day at the University of Giessen was about career opportunities and occupation spoken around Eastern Europe. On this occasion, Astrid Hager, Executive Manager of Skrivanek gave a lecture on the translation profession. The GiZo (Giessen Center Eastern Europe) is the regional scientific research and training centre for Eastern Europe at the Justus-Liebig University in Giessen and characterized by a huge variety of subjects. Even the closer to professional diversity of Eastern Europe’s young people, the career day of GiZo was introduced. This year it went mainly to the management of transition between study and occupation, which represents an always important topic for graduates.
The program included the career opportunities in public institutions and NGOs, cultural work, as well as the use of Eastern Europe competencies in the economy. As global translation agency, which invests in the future of Central and Eastern Europe for years and there is a particularly dense branch network, Skrivanek, it was a big concern, with the students and graduates to share his experiences on the Central and Eastern European markets and to encourage them to seek your professional opportunity in the Central and Eastern Europe. So, then also Executive said Manager from Skrivanek Germany and Belgium, Astrid Hager, on career day about the vocation of translator for Central and Eastern European languages. She pointed out in benefits, risks and opportunities encountered a translator in the course of his career. I am very pleased to have participated at the GiZo-career day and am delighted by the great interest of young people in Central and Eastern Europe,”said Astrid Hager, who lived some time in Russia and worked. The markets of Central and Eastern Europe have evolved tremendously in the last 10 years and offer an incredible Potential. Even more sobering is the observation that, today, a rather modest interest in the cultures and economic developments in Central and Eastern Europe prevails in many parts of Western Europe. Information events such as career day of GiZo can do vast educational work.”