West Saxon University Zwickau
Dropping out of studies Plan B – Joint counseling offer of the West Saxon University of Applied Sciences Zwickau and the Employment Agency Zwickau
At the West Saxon University of Applied Sciences Zwickau, a wide range of counseling services are available to students who have doubts about their future studies or who have dropped out. In doing so, the consultants work together with the employment agency across the board. The portfolio includes the following services:
- Advice and support in study crises,
- Information and advice before and after dropping out of studies by working out professional alternatives, as well as
- Orientation counseling
- Support in the search for career alternatives
- Mediation to chambers.
Contact: Daniel Bonitz, +49 375 536 1161, email@example.com
Zwickau Employment Agency, Dr. Hartmut Nitschke, 0 800 45555 00, firstname.lastname@example.org
Chemnitz-Zwickau Student Union
Studying is a phase of life in which, in addition to professional training, important personal changes also take place. In addition, pressure to perform, competition and unclear requirements in studies can be a burden, so that even doubts about studying arise.
The counseling services of the Studentenwerk Chemnitz-Zwickau are there for all these cases and can be used free of charge, confidentially and unbureaucratically. The advisors provide support with questions and problems relating to studies, finances and social issues and offer clarification and orientation assistance for difficult study or life situations. The resource-oriented offer is primarily designed as „help for self-help“. It can be taken up in German and English language.
Tina Opitz (General Social Counseling), Innere Schneeberger Str. 23, 08056 Zwickau, Germany, phone: +49 375 2710-125, e-mail: email@example.com,(website: https: //www.swcz.de/sozialesberatung/beratung/sozialberatung/)
The Employment Agency supports students who have doubts about their studies and those who have dropped out in all matters relating to career choice. The counselors provide comprehensive information, develop career alternatives together with the target group, and then support them in realizing their personal career aspirations.
In a cooperative and confidential conversation, individual interests, inclinations and abilities are discussed together and information is provided on the following topics:
- regional and interregional training in companies, vocational schools and technical colleges,
- Application and Selection Process,
- Fields of activity and opportunities for promotion,
- Occupational and job market data,
- Bridging options,
- and ways abroad.
Contact: Pölbitzer Str. 9a, 08058 Zwickau firstname.lastname@example.org
ZEFAS (Center for Skilled Workers and Good Worker Saxony )
ZEFAS supports companies and employees in Saxony as a statewide service center on the topics of integration and job market-related immigration, vocational training and continuing education. ZEFAS offers referral consultations as well as podcasts on general topics related to skilled workers.
Regional Chamber Zwickau – IHK (Chamber of Industry and Commerce) Chemnitz
Dropouts – skilled workers at the second attempt
The Chemnitz Chamber of Industry and Commerce (IHK) provides support and information when deciding to obtain a practice-oriented recognized vocational qualification in a future-oriented occupational field after dropping out of university. A wide range of professions is available.
The IHK offers help in the selection process with the IHK Apprenticeship Exchange. Students who are not sure about their studies and dropouts can find apprenticeship offers, the desired requirements of the companies and information about the profession. The vocational training advisors of the will be happy to provide information on possible dual professions, the duration of training and everything worth knowing about dual vocational training. Even after the contact has been made and the training has started successfully, the IHK supports the trainees throughout their training period. After only a short time, they are faced with the step into the middle of their professional lives and see the new path to professional success ahead of them.
Contact: Christiane Matthes-Uber, Head of Training/Examinations, Chemnitz Chamber of Commerce and Industry, +49 371 6900-1420, Christiane.email@example.com
HWK (Chemnitz Chamber of Crafts) Chemnitz
Dropouts – Tangible career opportunities instead of learning frustration
Some students are at an impasse with their studies and graduation is a long way off. The Chemnitz Chamber of Skilled Crafts and Small Businesses helps to achieve success in a different way.
Dropouts are supported by the following counseling and information services:
- Advice on apprenticeships and job profiles
- Arrangement of apprenticeships
- Advice on career paths in the skilled trades through further and advanced training (master craftsman training, commercial specialist, …)
Contact: Kathrin Rudolph, Tel.: 0371 5364-250, Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chamber of Notaries Saxony
The Chamber of Notaries of Saxony advises university dropouts on training as notary clerks. Work in the notary’s office is as varied and colorful as life itself. Notaries handle cases that come from the everyday life. You need a flair for dealing with people and an open ear for questions.
Whether it is a will, the formation of a company or the purchase of a house – the profession is never boring. In contrast to lawyers, notaries are neutral public officials. They provide legal advice to the parties involved and prepare and implement deeds. Notary clerks help with this. They process documents independently and are in constant contact with clients, authorities and courts.
Contact: Notary Assessor Tim Hofmann, email@example.com
Dropouts have the opportunity to learn a so-called green profession. Today, modern agricultural companies take on additional services, ecological and balancing functions for our society, nature and the environment. They also make a significant contribution to economic development as contractors and employers in rural areas.
Contact: Saxon State Office for the Environment, Agriculture and Geology