Labor market integration for refugees and international students

We support refugees & international students on their path to employment.

What we do:

  •     Pre-study German courses
  •     German courses during your studies
  •     Support in the search for an internship, a student job, a thesis or a permanent position
  •     Organization of company visits
  •     Implementation and organization of application training and workshops (for example with the Wirtschaftsjunioren Amberg-Sulzbach and external coaching)
  •     Application document check

If you would like advice or an application document check, please write an email and make an appointment.

Events in summer semester 2024

Convince the interview panel of your positive personality traits and qualifications. We will provide you the techniques and methods for an authentic and effective presentation to maximize your chance of a successful job interview. In our webinar, we show you how you can make your self-presentation convincing. In addition, we discuss conversation techniques that help you influence your counterpart positively and thus win them over.

Contents of the webinar:

  •  Professional preparation for an interview
  • The interview process (multimodal interview)
  • Tips for individual conversation sequences (small talk, introduction of the company, selfpresentation,questions about requirements, contract and salary negotiations)
  • Introduction of common interview questions
  •  Conversation techniques to convince decision-makers
  •  Question / answer session


Referent: Sandra Adam

When? 16 of April, at 5.30 pm

Where? Online via BBB

Language? English

Target Group? Refugees and international students

Interested? Please register via the form below.

Success and personal satisfaction are often key when planning one’s career. What is crucialto achieve an individual and fulfilling working life? In addition, entering the German jobmarket is often a difficult task for international students. One of the major challenges is managing the cultural differences between one‘s home country and the German culture. Also, navigating through the job application process can be demanding as there are expectations in Germany, which may differ to one‘s country of origin.

Contents of the webinar:

  •  Defining factors for a successful career
  •  Career planning: How to start your career in Germany?
  •  What is important when starting a job?
  • Dealing with cultural challenges
  •  Information on the German labor market
  •  Question / answer session


Referent: Sandra Adam,

When? 13 of May, at 5.30 pm

Where? Online via BBB

Language? English

Target group? Refugees and international students

Interested? Then please register via the form below!

Past events

14.06.2023: Workshop "How to apply in Germany"

Do you also have a lot of questions running through your head when you think about applying to companies in Germany?

  •     How should my application be structured and what documents should I include?
  •     How can I get in touch with my "dream company" even though there is no vacancy advertised?
  •     What else should I consider in my application?
  •     What could happen after I have submitted my application?

In this workshop you will get answers and more detailed information to all these questions! Special emphasis will be placed on the topic of unsolicited applications and how you can convey to the company that you are the right person. In addition, there will be an exchange about your experiences with the topic "applying in Germany" and we will take the time to clarify your questions and to concretize your future approach.

Speaker: Julia Mahr, sabbalott

Here is the most important information about the workshop:

When: 06/14/2023, 5:30 p.m. to max. 8 p.m.

Where: Online (via BigBlueButton)

Workshop language: German, if necessary explanations in English are possible

Target group: Refugees and international students

19.06.2023: Intern - working student - employee? - The basics of German labor law

Who wants to claim his/her rights first of all needs to know them. Therefore, this lecture will to introduce you to the logic of German labor law.

What you will learn:

  • How is German labor legislation organized?
  • What are the basic laws employees need to know?
  • What are the rights of working students and interns?
  • What’s the difference between working conditions in companies that are bound by a collective agreement and those that aren’t?
  • Where do I get information?
  • How can I claim my rights?

There will also be plenty of time for your individual questions.

Referent: Antonia Enssner, IG Metall

When? 19.06.2023 at 5.30 pm

Where? Online (via BBB)

Language? English

Target Group? Refugees and international students

Here you have to possibility to register for a workshop.

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