With their commitment, persistence and pioneering spirit, they have made it: Michael Studer, Monika Damjanovic and Aulon Ismajli hold the Federal Certificate of Proficiency in Business Administration and Logistics in their hands. The three recent graduates look back on an intensive time but are now all the more pleased to celebrate this important milestone and enjoy the well-deserved recognition. Two of them will remain with Geistlich and one has decided to continue with the vocational baccalaureate.
Aulon Ismajli, a graduate in logistics, reports happily: "I have learned a lot at Geistlich and have been able to develop enormously. I am very pleased that I have now successfully completed this stage of my life."
Monika Damjanovic, a graduate in business administration, emphasizes: "The educational and particularly exciting time as an apprentice has already come to an end and I look back on it positively. I feel very well prepared for the new challenges and I'm really looking forward to it."
Karin Zbinden, training manager at Geistlich, says: "A big thank you goes to all the vocational trainers and practical instructors involved for their great commitment and passion for vocational training.”
Geistlich wishes all three of them every success in their future careers.
Ongoing development and open apprenticeships for 2024
Geistlich has been focusing on training young people for many years and currently offers five vocational apprenticeships. This year, a further apprenticeship as an EFZ media technician will be added. The apprenticeship positions from summer 2024 have been advertised for a few days.
Interested? Then we look forward to receiving your application soon.