May 30, 2024

How to make the most of your internship: ZSRCKU Kościelec knows it best!

In the past days a group of 20 students from ZSRCKU Kościelec, Poland, finished their internship with Tribeka in Malaga. The students spent two weeks with us, having their schedules incredibly busy – both at work and during the free time!

The students carried their internship out in seven different locations around Malaga, gathering very diverse professional experiences specific to the sector of each one of them.

The group of seven IT students worked for an Andalusian NGO Infancia y Adolescencia del Sur, designing a logo and whole webpage for the organization’s new project.

The logistics students were divided between Bedoya Hostelería, a distributor of goods for the hotel industry, and Parquet Directo – a popular retailer of floor finishing materials. In the latter one, they were accompanied by their friend Oliwia, who supported the administration department of the company.

The rest of the economics students worked in: COEO, a popular travel agency in Malaga, Mute Digital, a digital service provider, and two big student residences: EEMM La Rosaleda and Residencia Universitaria Teatinos.

All the tutors, as well as the rest of the staff from the host companies, were very satisfied with the support they received from the students of ZSRCKU Kościelec, praised their dedication to the job and were left with great impressions of their work performance.

During the internship, we received a monitoring visit and had the pleasure of meeting the Coordinator of the project, Bogusław Załęski and the Headmaster of ZSRCKU Kościelec, Wiesław Kujawa. They met with Tribeka staff, visited the students in their workplaces, and joined one of the cultural activities organized for the group.

Talking about the cultural activities – successful as it was, the internship wasn´t the only aspect of the students´ stay in Málaga! In their free time, the group visited two iconic Spanish cities: Granada and Ronda, leaving them with unforgettable memories and tons of beautiful photos. What´s more, they still found time to appreciate many of the touristic and cultural attractions of Malaga, including the famous Picasso Museum.

We’re very happy that the group from ZSRCKU Kościelec used their time in Spain in such an efficient and fun way and we hope more students from this school will visit us in the future!

Article by the Coordinatod of the school ZSRCKU Kościelec

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