Successful start: Review of the first practice day

Munich/Schrobenhausen, Germany – From the lecture hall to the construction site, from the construction site to the factory: The organizers Julia Wiedmann and Thomas Muhr from BAUER AG's HR department hit a nerve with the first practice day of the university job fair on 13 March 2024, as the event met with a great response. Almost 20 applications were received from students at Augsburg University of Applied Sciences, Regensburg University of Applied Sciences, Munich Technical University and Munich University of Applied Sciences. The participants consisted mainly of civil engineers, supplemented by mechanical engineers, an electrical engineer and even an industrial engineer who once completed his training at Bauer.

The day began with a visit to a construction site of BAUER Spezialtiefbau GmbH in Munich, where a mixed-in-place wall is being built. In addition to the site tour, Stefan Ferstl, Dayvid Wluka and Rainer Burg (all Bauer Spezialtiefbau) went through the construction plans in detail with the students and gave detailed explanations to the many questions that arose on site.

The tour then continued to Schrobenhausen, where top-class presentations awaited the participants. Executive Board member Hartmut Beutler opened the event with an inspiring speech, followed by a presentation by civil engineer Nico Feyerle (Bauer Spezialtiefbau) and a presentation by Anna-Katharina Moeckl, responsible for digitalization at BAUER Maschinen GmbH. Both speakers were previously working students or interns at Bauer. They are now part of the permanent team. "Once you're in specialist foundation engineering, you can't let go," says Nico Feyerle.

Of course, the colleagues from the HR department also provided important information about possible entry opportunities and application tips. Julia Wiedmann and Thomas Muhr answered many questions and provided valuable insights. Julia Wiedmann was extremely satisfied: "No matter which presentation, there were lots of questions, the students really took part and were very interested."

The day was rounded off with a visit to the Aresing plant, where the participants were given an insight into production under the guidance of Stefan Metzger and Robin Stemmer. As a bit of fun, everyone had the opportunity to take a seat in the driver's cab at the test site.

All in all, the first practice day of the university job fair was a complete success and an important step in the cooperation with educational institutions. The positive feedback from the participants and the high level of participation encourage the organizers to take part again next year.

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