maandag 5 december 2022
Are you looking for a challenging job in the Ems Dollard region? Would you like to expand your prospects and network beyond the German-Dutch border?
Then you have come to the right place.
We offer micro-internships, workshops and individual training courses for professionals.
Participation is free and travel costs are reimbursed!
The CV Boost project, what is it?
There is currently a shortage of skilled workers in almost all fields on both sides of the Dutch-German border. The CV Boost programme aims to keep talents from the Ems Dollard region in the Ems Dollard region by offering them an additional cross-border qualification.
For companies, the CV Boost programme offers an opportunity to get to know and connect motivated start-ups from higher education and vocational education to their own organisation.
The programme consists of the following modules:
- Practical and legal aspects of cross-border working;
- CV check and LinkedIn profile;
- Interviewing on the other side of the border;
- Cultural differences and intercultural skills;
- The other language (Dutch for Germans and vice versa);
- Career planning with design thinking;
- Micro internship in a company across the border.
Upon fully attending the CV Boost, you will receive a final certificate which will add value to your CV. The programme is specially developed in cooperation with the International Business School of the Hanzehogeschool Groningen and the Hochschule Emden-Leer, making it compatible with work or study.
- Graduates with a bachelor’s/master’s/diploma or professional degree;
- Professionals looking for a new challenge in the cross-border labour market;
- Trainees and professionals;
- Anyone interested in working in a neighbouring country.
Dates and duration of the programme
We will be launching another CV Boost on 22 of February 2023! Click on this link to sign up.
Charlotte Hidding, Hanzehogeschool Groningen
The programme will be carried out in accordance with the official regulations on controlling the spread of SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus in force at the time of the events, as well as any regulations issued by the organisers.