We are proud to have joined the “initiative junge forscherinnen und forscher e.V. (ijf)”. This decision is in line with our long-standing commitment to promoting STEM professions and the strong commitment of Caroline Trips and Christian Trips to supporting the STEM sector in particular and offering young people future-oriented prospects. Our aim is to continue to support the promotion of young talent in this important area.

Through this new partnership, we can use our donations to help get more and more children and young people interested in new technologies and information technologies. We want to show young people career and study opportunities, counteract the shortage of STEM specialists and give them the chance to engage independently and openly with STEM topics of the future.

The IFJ has long been committed to promoting STEM interests among children and young people. We would like to support this important work by joining.

We are very pleased about the cooperation with the IFJ and are grateful for the support of the initiative by its partners: the Federal Employment Agency and the funding of the format by the European Social Fund Plus. This cooperation is a further step on our way to strengthening STEM education and support and shaping the future of our children.