THE TICKET TO YOUR FUTURE
APPRENTICESHIPS AND STUDIES ARE OUR TOP PRIORITY
THE TICKET FOR COMPREHENSIVE TRAINEE ADVICE
The sound training you receive at Hama, an internationally-oriented company, is fun and interesting, and you will receive personal support. From day one, you will be able to play an active role and you will be individually supervised.Learn more
AN UNBEATABLE PACKAGE FOR YOUR FUTURE
Are you expecting a perfect combination of theory and experience as well as personal challenges? Do you want your tasks to contribute to the success of the project, and do you enjoy when your ideas are implemented? Dann schnappen Sie sich das Ticket für Ihre Zukunft bei Hama.Learn more
Do you want to get a first-hand look at your future career?
As an intern, your day starts normally at 08:00 and ends at 16:00. Our employees will be happy to show you everything that is important in the individual areas, and explain the processes to you and what skills are required. An internship at Hama gives you an advantage in your search for a future career, but it is not a prerequisite or guarantee for a future training position. After an internship, you will have gathered many new impressions and you will be one important step closer to deciding which qualified profession is right for you.
Are you interested in an internship spot at Hama? Then apply at the latest two months before the start of the internship using our online portal. Every year, we offer numerous internship opportunities for secondary school students.
Due to German law, we cannot employ interns younger than 15 years old. This age limit does not apply for required internships organised by schools.
INTERNSHIP FOR STUDENTS
UP-CLOSE THEORY IN PRACTICE
Your apprenticeship is our future
Whether in the apprenticeship or cooperative degree: We plan for the long term with our young people. And naturally, behind our commitment, which also costs a lot in terms of time and money, there is a large slice of self-interest. Once the apprenticeship is complete, we know the varied roles in our company are in good and competent hands.
Laura Weber, Online Marketing Manager Team Kids & Teens, Cooperative Degree in Services Marketing Business Administration 2012 - 2015
Alexandra Beck, Media/Web Designer, Media Designer Apprenticeship 2007 - 2010, Cooperative Degree in Media Design 2011 - 2014
Nathalie Biehringer, Head of Field Service Coordination, Apprenticeship in Office Administration 1998 - 2001
Katharina Scharr, IT Management Assistance, Certification Apprenticeship in Dialogue Marketing 2013 - 2016
Christiana Roßkopf, HR Manager, Certification Apprenticeship in Wholesale and Foreign Trade 2008-2011, Cooperative Degree in Trade Business Administration 2011-2014
Markus Kühnel, Procurement Project Manager, BA Course in Trade 1998 - 2001
and continuous improvement of existing apprenticeship/degree paths ensure that vocational training is preparing for your future professional life, and is always up to date and goal oriented.
Christian Seel-Mayer, Human Resources Manager
DISCOVER HAMA ON EXPERIENCE DAY
HAMA’S APPRENTICE EVENT
Our training event on April 20th attracted nearly 500 visitors in Monheim. The goal is to introduce Hama, an apprentice-training company, to young people so that they can become familiar with the 12 qualified professions and 9 degree paths at Hama. The visitors included several prospective students who received extensive advice from our own students, advisors and the degree program heads at DHBW. Additionally, numerous presentations on different, exciting training topics took place. You will find a snapshot of Experience Day here:
DOING GREAT THINGS TOGETHER
... with this motto in mind, we are always on the lookout for enthusiastic young people who enjoy working in a team. Thanks to our pedagogical experience, we can give our apprentices and students valuable tips for their further development.
Stefanie Winter, Apprenticeship/Cooperative Degree Team
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