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In March, it was time again. The 9th education fair in Russelsheim, Germany launched on time at 08:00 in Hall K 48 at Opel. In March, it was time again. The 9th education fair in Russelsheim, Germany launched K 48 at Opel on time at 08:00 in the Hall to inform approximately 1,500 students about career prospects and training opportunities. Among 50 companies, all of which were represented with an attractive stand, also we, the Russelsheim Volksbank, have once again our training Bank Bank clerk”presented. The site was new this year: the education fair was held in one of the Opel factory, which offered much more space compared to the last few years for the presentations. The first school arrived at about 08:15 and immediately we welcomed the first visitors at our booth of the Bank of Russelsheim. The probably most frequently asked question was, whether you have to be a math genius for the education profession of banker.

This cannot be denied to the happiness. Also, you asked Students again and again, what high school you for training to the Bank Bank clerk need. There were many surprised faces when we declared that one could get an apprenticeship with a secondary school leaving certificate. Many students have taken with the available brochures, home again in peace to learn about our profession. Also teachers and parents came to our booth and have extensively informed about the field of activity of a merchant of Bank. Some of the students have shown great interest in the profession of banker/bank clerk and inquires closely about the field of activity of a banker. The interested took love to the offered information solution, which describes how and when to properly apply. In summary, we can say that a successful and interesting education fair was held in 2011.

We hope to be back next year. The Russelsheim Volksbank is the opportunity again, the young people Information, advice and helpful hints available to stand.

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