Grade 11 students and ZIS alumni have the opportunity to take part in an optional Internship Program. The program includes workshops for current students to learn the basic skills needed to find a job, including CV and letter writing and interview skills.
Students then have the opportunity to apply for an unpaid summer internship, usually for two to six weeks, during the summer — and they can do the workshops even if they do not intend to apply for an internship. If you are interested in offering an internship, please contact Dale Braunschweig at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Hear what our internship employers and interns have to say about the ZIS Internship Program. ZIS alumni Jason and Elena spent between 3 and 6 weeks working at consulting firm Geodesic, headed up by ZIS alumnus, Christian Heraty. They share their experiences below.
Giving students their first experience of work
Every year, dozens of ZIS students take up internships across Switzerland – and many of those opportunities are provided by the ZIS community. But what is it really like to have a member of the ZIS community working for you?
Next Generation goes to work
Last year, 85 Grade 11 students benefited from the program, which includes learning to write a CV and a letter of motivation, developing interview skills and using social media for career purposes.