Career start during studies
Finding skilled workers is not easy. For our client, Stadtwerke München, we have developed various formats to attract new employees to the company. In our summer edition 2020, three working students spoke and reported on their everyday work, their studies and their future plans.
Sarah M., 25, is studying civil engineering for her master's degree at the TU Munich: She will graduate in 2021. She has been working as a student trainee at SWM since 2018.
What are your tasks?
"At present, I support the technical service department in the maintenance of the Munich baths. Whether it's tiles that are broken, joints that need to be replaced or ceilings that need to be checked: we commission companies to carry out the repairs. The work is totally varied. Every day there are new issues to be dealt with."
How do you combine work and studies?
"Every semester we can adjust our working hours according to the lecture schedule and take the necessary time to study during exam periods."
How do more than 10,000 employees contribute daily to the well-being of a metropolitan city? M-Puls is a regular look behind the scenes at Munich's municipal corporation, Stadtwerke München. The 24-page magazine is a source of information and a loyalty touchpoint for SWM Group customers.