REAL WORLD CONNECTIONS
In addition to our own program for former interns and trainees, we also support various networks and organizations run by and for students. And you can see what our networks can do for you via the Networks@Evonik blog.
ORGANIZATIONAL FORUM ECONOMIC CONGRESS
Evonik is a reliable partner of the Organizations Forum Wirtschaftskongress (OFW) and supports the preparation and implementation of the “World Business Dialogue” with workshops, presentations and booths.
Evonik coaches UNITECH participants in social competence and intercultural cooperation. The company also supports the network by organizing workshops and case studies as well as internships at home and abroad.
EUROPEAN YOUNG CHEMISTS NETWORK
A partner since 2006, Evonik supports EYCN on a project-related basis in the organization of events and competitions aimed at promoting European exchanges though contacts with scientists and company representatives.
SYMPOSIUM OECONOMICUM MÜNSTER
Evonik is a premium partner of the Symposium Oeconomicum Münster (SOM) and long-time supporter of the student-organized business congress. If necessary, Evonik assists the students with advice and helps them gain practical experience.
Evonik is a long-standing sponsor with lectures, workshops and organizing annual competitions. Evonik also advises individual university teams as a consultant and supports them with implementing their social and sustainable projects.
GDCH – YOUNG CHEMISTS FORUM
Evonik supports the GDCH with plant tours, specialist lectures and the organization of various events, in particular the Spring Symposium. Evonik also supports networking and exchange with industry representatives.
Alina is a PhD student at RWTH Aachen University and is part of the “Evonik Perspectives” network. In our networks@Evonik blog, she explains how she became part of the program and explains what it means to be a part of “Perspectives”.
Lauren studies Chemical Engineering and decided to join the student network UNITECH International to get out of her comfort zone and to challenge herself. In our networks@Evonik blog, she talks about the many opportunities a network offers to bring University and a career together.
Tobias is a PhD student in Chemistry and, in addition, is active in the young Chemistry Forum (JCF). In our networks@Evonik blog, he writes about how he and his peers re-established the JCF Düsseldorf and the many opportunities offered by the connection between Evonik and JCF.
Cléa joined the UNITECH International network during her Master studies. In our networks@Evonik blog, she talks about the structure of the programme, her internship and the reason why she decided to stay at Evonik after her studies.
Alice Soldá is the former chair of the European Young Chemists´ Network (EYCN). In our networks@Evonik blog, she not only talks about the EYCN and her tasks as chair but also about the reason why it is so important to network.
Anna attends the University of Muenster and is very active at the SOM - Symposium Oeconomicum Muenster. In our networks@Evonik blog, she writes about her work at the SOM and about her time as a working student at Evonik.
Katharina is deputy spokesperson of the YoungChemistForum (JCF) – the youth organization of the German Chemical Society (GDCh) – and a Chemistry PhD student. In our networks@Evonik blog, she tells us about her tasks and work at the JCF and why the collaboration with Evonik is also interesting for her as a PhD student.
Cléa decided to join the UNITECH International network during her master studies. In our networks@Evonik blog, Cléa not only introduces you to UNITECH but also tells you about her application experiences and how she got to know Evonik.