Cooperation / student internship
You have envisioned your future, but are you still unsure what you want to do after school or whether desired job will be fun? Then come to Manz and find it out yourself as part of a student internship. Here you can get a taste of different professions and gain a lot of experiences that will make your choice easier.
Are you a girl and are you interested in a "typical male profession" in IT, craft, science and technology? Then come to Girls' Day at Manz and find out more about our technical apprenticeships. Every year we open our doors for girls from the 5th grade onwards from the region.
Cooperation with the Reutlingen Chamber of Industry and Commerce: economy goes to school
Within the framework of the campaign "Economy goes to school" of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Reutlingen there is an educational partnership between Manz and Realschule Pliezhausen. The goal is to help students make their career choices. Manz offers various cooperation projects such as a career choice workshop and a technology working group for grades 8 and 9. In doing so, you will have the opportunity to gain initial practical experience and to try out commercial and technical apprenticeships.
Cooperation with Reutlingen University: industrial partnerships for mechatronics, mechanical engineering and international project engineering
Together with other companies from the region, Manz participates in industrial partnerships in the fields of mechatronics, mechanical engineering and international project engineering at Reutlingen University of Applied Sciences. An essential part of these partnerships is the support of subject-specific scholarships. In addition to the financial support, the students make valuable contacts in the companies, get regular offers of excursions and have the opportunity to work on current projects in the partner companies.
In addition, industry partnership forums take place annually at the University of Reutlingen, where Manz can present itself as a company and students can inform themselves about possible internships, working student jobs or even find the topics for a thesis.