Europe for You
Address: Europe for you
c/o Bits & Grips gemeinnützige GmbH , Gewerbestr. 18
79219 Staufen i. Br.
Telephone: +49 7633 98 04 569
As a pool partner we have 75 places for outgoing mobilities available until 2022. The allocation will be made in the order in which the application is received.
The non-profit company Bits & Grips with limited liability was founded in 1992 in Lohne (Oldenburg) / Germany, with the aim of teaching pupils of all types of schools in order to prepare young professionals and adults for a career through retraining.
In 2010 we moved to 79219 Staufen in the southwest of Germany (in the border triangle of Germany, France and Switzerland).
Bits & Grips has received several awards for its work in basic IT training and certification, 2011 awards from Federal Minister Dr. Kristina Schröder (Federal Ministry for Family, Seniors, Women and Youth) and Annette Schavan (Federal Ministry for Education and Research). Most recently, we received the innovation award of VNN Federal Association of Tutoring and Afternoon Schools in 2019.
We are a partner in the Erasmus + program since 2018 and have been recognized as a pool partner since 2020.
We offer trainees from all professions and from all over Germany an internship abroad.
Europasses being handed over to trainees by MEP Andreas Schwab in the European Parliament
Europasses being handed over to trainees by MEP Hildegard Bentele
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