Do you want to restart your professional path in Germany and are looking for specialized help in this adventure? Join the LAB.

The Intercultural Working LAB is aimed at Spanish-speaking academic women who are looking for a job suitable to their profile and personal interests. 

 

The goal is to reorient and empower you to develop a plan of action that will lead you to achieve your goal of reintegration into the labor market, either within the framework of an employment contract, starting your own business or initiating a process of professional reorientation.

 

Through the 25 seminars that make up the program, you will be able to work on different aspects of your migration process, identify your personal and professional competencies and design an action plan that will contribute to your optimal labor reintegration in Germany. 

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Deadline registration: 

February 28, 2021

Limited spots

 

Notification of spot:

By e-mail on March 2021

Start date: March 26th

 

One-on-one coaching sessions will be arranged individually with each participant.

 

Limited places: max. 12 women

 

Cost: All programs are publicly funded and require no financial contribution from participants.

 

Requirements: You can apply for a place if you are a Spanish-speaking migrant woman, have lived in Berlin for at least one year and your German level is at least B1. Punctual participation in all 25 seminars as well as dedicated work on all topics is absolutely necessary.

 

Language: The seminars will be held in Spanish, except for the workshops on communication and job interview training, which will be held in German.

 

Contact: Nicole Molina Cárdenas is available to answer all your questions by e-mail at

info-lab@frauenalia.de or on Wednesdays in person after previous

 

Classes:

9:00 am to 2:00 pm (except during school vacations).

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Das Projekt Intercultural Working Lab wird gefördert aus Mitteln des Europäischen Sozialfonds, der Senatsverwaltung für Integration, Arbeit und Soziales im Rahmen der Bezirklichen Bündnisse für Wirtschaft und Arbeit und des Bezirksamtes Tempelhof-Schöneberg.