Paul Wurth supports pupils on their way of vocational orientation

On the occasion of “dayCare 2017”, the “Engineering Trainee Days 2017” in Luxembourg and in cooperation with the “Jonk Fuerscher”, Paul Wurth shows its commitment in arousing pupils’ interest in technical professions.

On 25 October, Paul Wurth took part in the project dayCare 2017 and welcomed pupils from schools in Luxembourg to a 1-day-internship in the company. During the day they were integrated in the daily business and got an insight into different professions. In return, Paul Wurth recompensed their commitment with a donation for “Care”, an organisation that fights poverty and social injustice on a global level and provides vocational training for young midwives in Niger and Laos.

With this initiative, Paul Wurth does not only give young people an insight into different working areas, but also provides humanitarian aid to those who need it most.

In the same breath, Paul Wurth took part in the Engineering Trainee Days 2017 on 2 and 3 November. During two entire working days, pupils accompanied Paul Wurth employees and gained a profound insight into the daily work of an engineer.

The participation in such events illustrates once more Paul Wurth’s active promotion of engineering professions and reflects its initiative to support pupils early on in their choice of career.

Furthermore, Paul Wurth recently supported three pupils from Lycée Aline Mayrisch who participated in the Brazilian science competition “Mostratec” with their self-developed 3-D printer, being able to print objects made of concrete instead of the usual plastic. Their project was well received and honoured with a special mention by the jury. 


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