WHO ARE WE
We connect theoretical knowledge with real customer projects, so theory becomes practice. This process provides a sustainable approach for both the learners and companies.
We teach hard skills to provide the necessary underlying IT knowledge. But we also practice soft skills – as identifying the company‘s ecosystem and adopting the specific culture – to become a successful employee.
We teach how to treat a customer. But we also practice understanding the customer.
We believe in finding everyone‘s motivation to develop his strength.
We give young adults the opportunity to work on real projects for real customers. They learn to value their work for themselves, the team, and the customer.
We awake the enthusiasm to get the best solution for a customer‘s problem.
We love the adventure of guiding young adults to their self-responsibility.
We share our knowledge with companies, who know, it is not only about giving a chance to a young adult. It‘s also about the opportunity of bringing a new influence on the company. It’s an opportunity to overhaul established structures. This thinking helps the company to prepare successfully for the future.
We live in a world that becomes more and more globalized. Openness to experience and curiosity become essential, and international working experience will be crucial for future success.
The increasing lack of skilled IT employees becomes a real problem. New initiatives are needed that enhances the attractiveness of the IT job field. Undoubtedly, international mobility during an apprenticeship is one of them.
The Swiss-style apprenticeship is a practical education program to connect both dynamic and motivated employees and modern companies. The working experience in a foreign country leads to technical and cultural enrichment, which is a considerable benefit for today’s labor market.
Exposing ETH students to real-world industry experiences in New York enables them to acquire essential power skills. It also exposes New Yorkers to mature and knowledgeable students educated at ETH Zurich – one of the world’s top-ranked universities.