Get to know the employees of tomorrow - participate in the Future Day on April 27.

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The shortage of skilled workers is getting worse, also in landscape architecture. That's why landscape architecture firms in Lower Saxony and Bremen are also in demand: We can show students how they can shape their future sustainably. And the exchange with young people is fun!

Foto: Björn Gaus, Lizens CC BY-SA 3.0

Foto: Björn Gaus, Lizens CC BY-SA 3.0

Once a year, Girls'Day and Boys'Day offer young people the opportunity to gain an insight into everyday working life. Offices benefit in terms of promoting young talent and landscape architects can present themselves as experts in climate change.

Partners of the Future Days are renowned institutions such as the Conference of Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs, the Federal Employment Agency and the Federal Parents' Council.

Take advantage of this multiplier and familiarize young people with landscape architecture on April 27, 2023.

And taking part is - for both sides - as easy as can be. The platforms and are intuitive to use. They ensure all communication from the offer to the certificate of participation, and insurance issues and aspects of data protection are also regulated.

And how?
You can find out more about this at Girls'Day / Boys'Day in your landscape architecture office for a few suggestions.

Or you can contact Petra Schoelkopf, bdla spokesperson for public relations.

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