After finishing my high school exam I took a gap year for doing voluntary work at a hospital for children and youth. Then in 2014 I began a political science study, but I realized shortly that this was not the right decision for me, because I wanted to learn and work in a more practical occupation. So I applied for an apprenticeship at V-LINE. I was especially interested in foreign trade and I knew about this international company because Sehnde is my hometown.
My job includes talking with suppliers, generating offers and dispatching orders. Due to the daily contact with our international business partners I constantly improve my command of English. What I particularly enjoy is the versatility of the working areas and collaborating with many different departments.