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Coroplast Group | News | 25 Jan 2019 Coroplast supports the "Deutschland Stipendium"

In view of demographic change and growing competition all over the world, the targeted promotion of young talent at the top of their game is becoming increasingly important. As a company, we owe our economic success and our innovative strength above all to our specialists.
(l.t.r.) Marcus Söhngen, Deputy Chairman of the Board of Management, Rebecca Reidelstürz, Dennis Schroers, Marco Braun, and Eva Schürmann, Human Resources Development and Wojciech Chalimoniuk, Coroplast. Not in the photo: Alina Zubrytskaya

With our commitment, we want to assume responsibility and support the top talent of tomorrow. We encourage high-performing students to tap their full potential and are pleased to make a tangible contribution to promoting education in the region with the Deutschland Stipendium.

Marcus Söhngen | Deputy Chairman of the Board of Management and Managing Director Technical Adhesive Tapes

Coroplast supports four scholarship holders

Coroplast has been a sponsor of the “Deutschland Stipendium” since 2017. The scholarship supports students of all disciplines throughout Germany who not only impress with their outstanding academic achievements, but are also committed to society. We currently sponsor three scholarship holders from the Bergische Universität Wuppertal and one scholarship holder from the Ruhr-Universität Bochum.

"The scholarship supported my studies both thematically and financially. A highlight in the last two years was the visits to Coroplast and the exchange with the management. It was impressive how much time she took to talk to the scholarship holders about current technical issues. I imagine my professional future in the field of vehicle automation and I want to be active in the development of autonomous driving," sums up Marco Braun, a scholarship holder studying industrial engineering and automotive engineering in Wuppertal.


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