During my studies in Strasbourg, I met Isabelle in one of the courses she was teaching. Shortly after, I started working at EUROBOGEN. Initially, my main task was to translate the French training courses into German and English. This gave me an insight into the company and steadily expanded my foreign language vocabulary. Over time, the diversity of my tasks and activities grew. The use of programmes such as InDesign and WordPress were still unknown to me from my studies and constantly presented me with challenges. My personal responsibility increased.
Through strategic meetings and everyday conversations, I understood EUROBOGEN’s goals and vision: to reconcile social justice, environmental sustainability and economic stability in every aspect of our lives – worldwide. These issues are more relevant today than ever before and are attracting growing interest in the public and private sectors. During my time with the company, I have seen that EUROBOGEN develops and offers relevant training and evaluations. These are tailored to the needs of each individual client and combine continuous learning, a future-oriented mindset and high ethical standards. The importance of these values is something I take with me into my private and professional future.