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New trainees at myonic
New myonic trainees 2013
September 2013 - We cordially welcome our new trainees, who started on 2 September, 2013 with their apprenticeship:
(back to front; left to right):
Simon Dieing (Industrial Mechanic)
Christian Weitgasser (Cutting Machine Operator)
Florian Preugschat (Cutting Machine Operator)
Matthias Frick (Industrial Mechanic)
Kevin Riess (Professional Machine & Plant Operator)
Tamara Pippiers (Industrial Mechanic)
Jonas Netzer (Professional Machine & Plant Operator)
Together with the 7 new teens there are currently 24 technical and commercial trainees (incl. 1 Student Bachelor of Engineering) employed at myonic.
We wish all newcomers a good start, a lot of fun and great success!
Award winners CC education
Award winners Martin Kaemmerle (left) and Johann Wohlfahrt (right) after the award ceremony.
Johann Wohlfahrt was able to conclude his training for an industrial mechanic at myonic already after 3 years due to his performance beyond average. Martin Kaemmerle made an appren-ticeship as a plant and machine operator and started a second training as an industrial mechanic in September 2012.
On the occasion of this ceremony the Chairman of the junior chamber international Bodensee-Oberschwaben, Mark Joachim, held a speech with the topic "to live free of stress, to live self-confidently". He asked the young people to go their own way and to live their freedom but "more freedom means taking up more responsibility" said Mark Joachim. Markus Brunnbauer, Head of the business section training in the Chamber of Commerce, empha-sized that there has never been such a high number of male and female award winners. He thanked the trainers present as well as repre-sentatives of the vocational schools for their commitment in the dual vocational training.
We are proud on our young trainees and wish Mr. Kaemmerle and Mr. Wohlfahrt all the best for their professional future.
The apprentices achieved great results!
Back row from the left: Patrick Suchta, Nico Wellhaeuser, Michael Wuerzer, Mario Seeger, Martin Kaemmerle. Front row from the left: Matthias Baumann, Dennis Gok, Katja Loritz, Julia Riedle, Stefan Kieble, Johann Wohlfahrt.
The future machine and plant operators Michael Wuerzer, Mario Seeger, Dennis Gok, Matthias Baumann and Martin Kaemmerle were tested by the Chamber of Commerce at their place of work at the machine. Johann Wohlfahrt, Stefan Kieble and Katja Loritz achieved very good results in their project work for industrial mechanics. In the commercial field, as well, Julia Riedle (industrial clerk) was able to create a very good impression.
Award winner CC education
Kevin Fürst (middle) with his trainers Franz Bauhofer (left) and Johannes Beckers (right).
Internship abroad at myonic
The intern Stephen McNeil (left) and Eric Yomantas (right)
September 2010 - "During the summer of 2010, we were fortunate enough to participate in an internship for myonic in Germany. We both currently major in Business Administration at Pepperdine University in California, USA, and needed a summer business internship for our curriculum. Our nine week program consisted of a rotation among various company departments, including Quality Management, Business Development, Logistics, Assembly, Process Engineering and Finance/Controlling. We received instruction and education regarding the department purpose and functions, and were given various relevant tasks to complete.
In addition to the rotational aspect, we worked on a project for the duration of our time at the company. Under the supervision of Mr. Sgier (QMR), the project consisted of creating an intranet for myonic. This intranet serves as an online database to hold company information, share files and manage data. After research and development, the intranet was created and presented to the key employees.
Another key aspect to our internship was the week spent at myonic Rožnov, Czech Republic. We engaged in the assembly of a bearing order, and performed nearly every step of the bearing assembly process. We appreciated the kind welcome and hospitality we received from the entire Rožnov staff.
Overall, our internship with myonic was excellent, and we learned much which we can apply to our studies and career plans. We certainly enjoyed our experience at myonic, and appreciated the positive, friendly, and diligent work environment. We would especially like to thank the employees for all of their direction and kindness, as well as the help extended to us to develop our skills in business and the German language. It was an exceptional experience and we appreciated the extensive help and support."
Diploma Thesis in Procurement for the Aero Project
Diplomate 08: Stefan Brack
The foci were on the areas of supply strategy, supply market research, supplier analysis and selection, and achieving process reliability with new partners. The excellent employee support and pleasant work environment at the company made it possible for me to create a good paper that was highly interesting to me. I would like to thank everyone who helped me. I would especially like to mention Robert Schneider and Michael Schlindwein, who influenced my paper decisively with their great technical knowledge and dedication."
Diploma Thesis intern Peter Kennerknecht
Diplomate 06: Peter Kennerknecht