In this post, inlingua Leipzig gives you some pointers on how to make sure your German course is a) fully or partly paid for and b) directed towards your next career step. The tips also apply to other career advancement courses you might be interested in.
“Migrating is heavy business. There’s a lot of uncertainty and stress and systems you don’t understand but have to grapple with. The first thing I teach people I’m mentoring is: always use all of your resources.”
eCommeleon is a highly adaptable e-commerce startup founded by foreigners in Leipzig, seeking international-minded staff in the areas of IT, sales and marketing. Check out some insights from co-founder Jesse Wragg – a Brit with Australian and German paths.
In this LeipGlo interview, Code Camp Leipzig co-founder Taylor Harvey looks back on the program’s first run and forward into the next events, and gives you an idea what to expect. You can apply to join the second class until January 6th, 2020. #codinglife
They escaped from persecution and violence in Turkey and Syria, and from a career dead-end in Central Europe, into eventually finding a brighter, more promising path in programming via Digital Career Institute (@DevugeesOrg) in Leipzig.
Try out your new (or already beloved) favorite Korean dish, bibimbap, at two restaurants in Leipzig.