The Girls’ Day participants were shown around by production manager Christian Böhme and micro-technologist Rico Eckert. Specialists were of course also there for career-related questions, with Luisa Ruttka and Denise Göttlich on hand to answer questions regarding training at First Sensor. For the schoolgirls, Girls’ Day kicked off with a presentation about the company and its product range, before moving on to a change of clothes – after all, people working in our clean room production facilities have to adhere to strict rules such as wearing special clothing.
When we were sure that no more hairs were peeking out and the mouthguards were firmly in place, the schoolgirls were finally allowed to have a first-hand look at production operations and learn more about the job of a micro-technologist with a few supervised practical exercises.
In her interview here Jette Müller tells us what training to be a micro-technologist entails and what particular things pupils need to bear in mind.
We had a lot of fun and we’re already looking forward to the next Girls’ Day event!
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