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Applying for an internship, but how? Finished your studies and now what? The Career Service offers advice and support on everything to do with starting a career and job applications – free of charge, of course.
People who want to apply for a job often can't see the wood for the trees. The CV doesn't work out, one's goals are slipping away and applications are only followed by rejections. We are here to help you get going!
During the semester, we offer Quick Check on Tuesdays 11-12 a.m. and Thursdays 1-2 p.m. Just come to our open office hours AB 08/AB 09 and we will be happy to answer your questions. No need to make an appointment.
During semester breaks, please arrange counselling by e-mail or with a short phone call.
For a detailed counselling or CV check, we can arrange longer counselling appointments. Advice is available in German or English. Just send us an email and we will give you an appointment.
Outdoors and with sufficient distancing, also possible in Corona times: together we look for new ideas for your career planning in the fresh air and take a tour of the Neustadtswall campus. Send us an email to make an appointment.
Unfortunately, we are currently unable to organise face-to-face meetings in our offices, but you are welcome to make an appointment for telephone or online counselling by e-mail or to put your questions in writing. Alternatively, you can take advantage of our ‘Walk and Talk’ offers on the Neustadtswall campus – with the called for distancing.
Female student – job – career? Are you a female student or graduate of HSB and making plans for your future? How about seeking inspiration from some interesting women with successful careers?
The Rosy Future series (2017 - 2023) has lots of exciting offers for you. It is organised by the Career Service and the Equal Opportunities Office and all offers are free of charge.
Would you like to get more information or take advantage of the opportunity to exchange experiences with successful business women in Bremen and the Weser-Ems region?