A Project for Professional Orientation Enterprise German
Enterprise German promotes the collaboration between schools and German companies / or Australian companies with a relationship to German speaking countries within the region. The project combines aspects of professional orientation with creativity and inventor spirit.
The ideas competition will only run in Term 2 in 2020. If you have questions about the project or you might like to participate with your Year 9 or year 10 class, please send the application form until 23 March 2020 to email@example.com.
The teaching materials at A2 level are divided into three modules. The materials serve as a basis for the participation in the idea contest, but can also be used without taking part in the competition.
In the school year 2019, more than 350 students from 16 schools participated in the Australia-wide ideas contest Enterprise German. On November 8, 2019, the most innovative product, service and marketing ideas for a selected partner company were announced from 96 submissions. Students, teachers and principals as well as representatives of the partner companies such as Aldi, SAP, DB Schenker, King of Cakes, Die Neue Woche and Moerk Water as well as representatives of the German Embassy came together to share the creativity and ingenuity of this year's participants at the Goethe-Institut Sydney. Congratulations to the proud winning teams and many thanks to all who support this creative project for professional orientation. The lucky winners will now compete in an international competition against the winning groups from Malaysia, Singapore and New Zealand. You too can be part of the jury and select your favourite idea until November 30:
More than 300 students from 17 schools participated in the Australia-wide ideas competition Unternehmen Deutsch-Enterprise German in the school year 2018. Small groups of students worked together to develop an innovative product, service and marketing idea for their partner company. Out of 75 submissions, the most innovative eight ideas were announced at a festive awards ceremony in Melbourne on November 9. Students, teachers and principals as well as representatives of partner companies such as Bosch, DB Schenker, SBS German, Melbourne Design Studios and Bretzel Biz, the German Embassy and the German-Australian Chamber of Industry and Commerce came together to celebrate the creativity and inventiveness of this year's participants. Congratulations again to the proud winners and thanks to everyone who supports this great project for professional orientation.
1. SBS Kinderprogramm / SBS German
SINN: Ivy Semple, Nora Aubineau-Schüssler, Saskia Scholle, Nelli Conrad German International School Sydney, NSW
2. Selbstgemachte Brillen der Zukunft / Dresden Optics
Fowlers große Jungs: Jeffrey Chum, James Liao, Mannie Psarakis, Travis Chun Yu McKinnon Secondary College, VIC
3. Bosch Valet Parken - Autodienst / Bosch
Glühbirne: Thomas White, Elliot Starkey, Sophie Chen, Elizabeth Lim, Eloise Maher Box Hill High School, VIC
4. Wolkenschläfer / Lufthansa
Default: Daniel Frost, Eli Murray, Juan Blason Kenmore State High School, QLD
5. Backunterricht mit Wolfgang an Schulen / King of Cakes
Cannibal Cakes: Sevval Cikrikci, Isobel Farmer, Lily Hall Sandgate District State High School, QLD
SPECIAL PRIZES FOR DESIGN
Designideen / Melbourne Design Studios
Die Jungunternehmerinnen: Nina Liu, Liying Yang, Angel Li McKinnon Secondary College, VIC
The piloting phase of the ideas competition Enterprise German has come to an end for the school year 2017. Student groups from three classes from the PASCH schools Box Hill High School (Melbourne, Victoria), Kenmore State High School, and Ferny Grove State High School (Brisbane, Queensland) have partnered with a company in their region to develop an innovative business idea as well as an advertisement idea.
It wasn't easy for the jury, consisting of representatives from educational institutions and the German Embassy, to select the three most creative ideas and associated commercials from the impressive 15 submissions.
School: Box Hill High School, Melbourne, Victoria
Group: 40 K
Partner company: Dresden Optics
Business idea: Retrievable Glasses
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