Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Hilti Fellowship beginning

Hello, everyone!

This post will be about the beginning of my Fellowship in company Hilti.



I want to get you a small introduction of Hilti as a company. Hilti was founded in 1941 by Martin Hilti. First it was a mechanical workshop in Schaan, Liechtenstein. Nowadays Hilti Corporation, or Hilti AG, develops, manufactures and markets products for the construction and building maintaince industries, primarily to the professional end-users. The main office of Hilti is situated in Schaan, Principality of Liechtenstein and it is the principality's largest employer. The company employs more than 20000 people worldwide.


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My Hilti's story, as my Liechtenstein's story began from BPM Winter School. During our studding in this school we've got a trip to Hilti.




There we study a bit of infromation about Hilti: main principles, products and so on. It was interesing to know some information about such company. On the same week I found a flyer in the Uni about Hilti Fellowship program, and decided to try.

As a result, now I am one of the three Hilti-Fellows.

Me, Felix and Karina
I'm really happy to be a part of Hilti team. The fellowship conditions are simple: during one semester we must work from Monday to Wednesday, and from Thursday till Satarday we've got our lectures in the University. Moreover, if we haven't got any lectures in working days we have to work in Hilti.

We've already got a first Kick-Off Meeting 11.09.2012. We've got an introduction to our task and had a chance to feel us like stars: it was a photoset and interview!

Here you can reed an article from Uni and Hilti.

Moreover, you can read about Hilti Fellowship and participation conditions here. I recommend you to try - it is a great chance to be a part of two different teams: University of Liechtenstein and Hilti AG.

In the end some photos from kick-off.

Karina, Felix and me.


Fellows and their couches

Kick-Off begins

Small photo from an interview
Now we are all looking forward to the video presentation.

Kind regards,
Maria

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