AGRAVIS trainee programme receives Absolventa's official seal
AGRAVIS Raiffeisen AG's trainee programme has been awarded the Absolventa seal for the third time. This award hallmarks trainee programmes which "promote careers" and are "fair". The prize-winning trainee programmes form the basis of a successful career path at AGRAVIS for university graduates.
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- Ann-Kathrin Hanesch is working as a trainee for AGRAVIS Raiffeisen AG in the Controlling area.
The corporation offers four trainee programmes: agricultural trade, agricultural technology, controlling and commercial management. Absolventa is a career fair specifically for students, graduates and young professionals. Apart from the active search for job vacancies, applicants can also be found by employers via the Absolventa profile.
Ideal entry into a profession
Currently, AGRAVIS employs four trainees. One of them is Ann-Kathrin Hanesch. The 25-year-old studied business administration and finds the 24-month programme in the Controlling area to be an ideal entry into the profession. "My time here is very well structured; I am learning a lot and can contribute to exciting topics," she outlines. For example, she is actively involved in a smaller initiative within the cooperation-wide project 8/80 which was instigated autonomously by the AGRAVIS trainees. "Cooperation with the different specialist areas has given me important insights into AGRAVIS and considerable impetus," emphasises Ann-Kathrin Hanesch.
Human resources development supports the young talent
In addition to specialist expertise, it is important for her work as a prospective process consultant to have a good flair for dealing with people. Included in her tasks already as part of the trainee programme is the independent planning of workshops with AGRAVIS's specialist areas. "When I led a date in the framework of a project for the first time, I was really quite nervous," she describes. As well as a structured induction into the specialist area of controlling, Ann-Kathrin Hanesch also receives support through AGRAVIS human resources development. "Through regular feedback discussions, networking meetings and workshops – especially for us trainees – I am staying on the ball for my personal development." Her programme ends in January 2018. "The two years of my trainee programme are giving me the opportunity to apply in practice the knowledge I gained at university and to take away with me valuable tips from experienced colleagues."