Whether you want to do a voluntary internship or an obligatory school internship - you can find out about professional life while you are still at school. You need to be certain if you are choosing a career for life and ideally you should already have gained an initial insight into your future area of work. That's why it is never too early to find out about various careers with a practical training, gain some initial practical experience and take a look at your potential future career. At CLAAS, we give you exactly this opportunity.
Did you know?
Every year, roughly 200 school pupils complete a commercial or technical internship at CLAAS.
Please apply early for a practical training at CLAAS because the number of applications is much higher than the number of internships available. Please provide us with a letter describing the desired period of time and your motivation for the placement, a tabular CV and your last school report.
We offer mandatory technical internships as a prerequisite for engineering studies in the period from May until August.
Your first contact
Do you want to get to know us in person as soon as possible? Then visit us at a career information event of your choice. We look forward to your visit!
First impressions count. Whether it be your CV, motivation letter or school reports – we give you some tips for the perfect application.
- Do you want to start working in a practical role straight away? And create a solid foundation for the start of your career with an apprenticeship?Further information
- Our apprentices from many different departments talk about their day-to-day work and give advice for your application.Further information
- You want to obtain a university degree? And still want to gain some practical experience?Further information
- If you have any questions about our training occupations, our contacts are happy to assist.Further information
- As we are very interested in school pupils who are enthusiastic about technology and as we want to support them, we are participating in some of the MINT projects.Further information