"Computer Science Live" for students of Lüneburg's Gymnasium Johanneum

An exciting pilot project has just come to an end: Together with Werum Software & Systems and Webnetz, the Johanneum has launched a working group that enables the school's 11th and 12th graders to broaden their interests and skills in software development and gain practical experience.

For almost four months, the students met regularly once a week at the host companies to work on their own IT project. Experts from the companies acted as coaches to guide the students through all project steps, including requirements analysis, software design, back- and front-end development, and commissioning.

The student group developed a practical application for everyday use.

The participants were all enthusiastic about the new format and took home many new ideas and experiences, and for Werum as the sponsoring company, it was an opportunity to inspire students for computer science and for the company as an employer.

"This collaboration is a great opportunity to promote enthusiasm for STEM - especially computer science - and to show students the many possibilities of this profession, and we are looking forward to the next projects," says Hendrik Bohlen, Member of the Executive Board of Werum Software & Systems AG.

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