Immerse yourself in the world of technology - more than 40 students were able to do this on Girls' Future Day, Girls' Day at VEGA.
The girls aged between 11 and 15 tried out VEGA's technical training professions. In addition to an operational management where the girls could see technical processes in an industrial company, interactive workshops were also on the agenda. Supervised by the company's trainees, they covered exciting work stations that ranged from robot programming and tricky tasks to spatial thinking to tests on electronic components. One of the highlights was the soldering of the "Love Tester". Here they needed to cleverly handle a soldering iron and a wire cutter.
Finally, a joint lunch with the trainees and trainers was on the program.
In addition to the self-made "Love Tester", the 40 girls took many positive impressions and experiences away with them about an occupational area that is commonly deemed as a "male profession".