VDI regulars' table: "get-together
The Young Engineers Heilbronn of the VDI Neckargruppe invite you. The offer is aimed at students / graduates of the faculties T1 and TP. If you are studying engineering or computer science, this is the right place for you 🙂.
In the regional group, new topics are regularly exchanged and potential employers are visited. Among other things, new topics such as planned excursions, planned activities such as rowing on the Neckar and experiences from the study & work are discussed.
If you want to participate, just send an informal mail to suj∂vdi-neckargruppe.de.
Registration deadline: one day before
Welcome to the VDI Young Engineers,
You've already decided on the right city - that's good. Now all you really need is a top-class regional network. Because one thing is clear: for students and young professionals, contacts and regular exchanges are the basis for a successful career. It's no coincidence that our network already has around 29,300 active members.
So if you want to help shape your future and ours, get valuable tips from us for your start to your studies or professional life in Trier, because who knows the area better than your local team?
Meet other engineers from your field or take part in exciting events and projects. We are definitely here for you and look forward to sharing every insider tip with you.
The VDI Association of German Engineers e.V. is the spokesman for engineers and technology. With its nearly 150,000 members, the VDI is the largest technical and scientific association in Europe. As a non-profit and independent organization, it is the central point of contact for technical, professional and political issues. Its strong network supports the exchange between industry, science, society, politics and engineers. The VDI designs solutions for relevant issues of the future with the aim of sustainably strengthening Germany as a business location.
The SuJ Group (Students and young engineers "Young Engineers) was established at Heilbronn University in 2014. The networking opportunities for students and graduates build on joint activities such as regulars' tables, excursions and lecture events. The SuJ are closely involved in the Neckar Group's program and are active co-creators.