Dippoldiswalde high school students get up close and personal with the working world
On Thursday, April 6, students from the 7th grade at Dippoldiswalde High School visited Selectrona as part of their practical day to gain an insight into working life at the company.
After a tour of the plant, they were given the opportunity to get active themselves and try their hand at plastic welding, soldering and a small plastic injection machine. The young visitors were particularly impressed by the high precision required to work at Selectrona. "It has once again been confirmed how important such practical days are for schoolchildren in terms of their career orientation," reports the technical training manager at Selectrona, Jörg Fabian, and goes on to explain: "After all, they are usually only familiar with the various professions in theory. On site at our company, they can test their interests and skills to better find out which activities suit them and are also fun. Selectrona will therefore continue to be committed to working closely with schools in the region."