Welcome: The Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion welcomes nine new apprentices

On September 1, nine young people started their professional life at the institute

[Translate to EN:] Das Ausbildungsteam (erste Reihe v.r. Tobias Stamm, Nina Breuer, Patricia Malkowski) mit den neuen Auszubildenden am Max-Planck-Institut für Chemische Energiekonversion. Foto: © Gombert/Kofo

On September 1, the time had come again: The new training year at the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion started. We are pleased to welcome nine new apprentices to the team, including a female carpenter for the first time this year, and wish them all the best for the coming years with us.

Currently, a total of 26 apprentices are employed at the institute. Our focus is on training at the highest level. Our training and practical instructors are passionate about their work and impart their specialist knowledge in a familiar working atmosphere. This year, we were once again awarded the Appentice Award for outstanding training among more than 80 Max Planck Institutes.

Are you interested in completing your training with us? Then apply now! More information at https://www.cec.mpg.de/en/career/apprenticeships