As a member of the careerloft Advisory Board, you’ll be part of a 17-person committee which was established in October 2012 to support the careerloft team. As a member of the Advisory Board, you are a contact at your university for any interested classmates, and an ambassador who always keeps us up to date on how we can assist you even more effectively.
The committee as a whole consists of a selection of members from the careerloft Scholarship Program’s different universities and subject areas. New members are elected every twelve months.
As a member of the committee, you have an exclusive opportunity to take part in shaping careerloft’s future, and help us to always keep a close eye on the student perspective. Furthermore, you can take part in interesting workshops at our meetings in Berlin, learn a lot of new things and assist us with exciting topics from the careerloft universe.
Our partner companies are also interested and will set up mutual events and projects with you. The benefits are immense.
As a member of the Advisory Board, you have two important tasks:
On the other, as an ambassador, you are a representative of careerloft in your university or in your region. You tell your classmates about careerloft and organize networking sessions during our roundtable meeting for careerloft members. What is on offer at your university on the topic of careers? Is there a lack of exciting events? Then let us know and change it – we’re waiting for you.
On the one hand, we need you as an advisor because you as a student know best what is important for you and your classmates. We will find out from you how we can tailor our platform to assist you in the best possible way. It’s boring when everything is at a standstill: We are committed to continuously optimizing our platform – please help us do so.
You have questions on your course or your place of study? Then just write to your Advisory Board.
Corinna Renate Coupette, Bucerius Law School, Jura
Maximilian Nussbaum, Universität Hannover, Jura
Julian Ritzhaupt, Universität Heidelberg, Jura
Miriam Stricker, Universität Heidelberg, Physik
Leon Schuchmann, Technischen Universität München , Chemie
Samuel Held, LMU München, VWL, Geschichte + Politikwissenschaften
Carmen Jacob, LMU München, Medizin
Yvonne Haselhoff, Ruhr Universität Bochum, Medizin
Dario Remmler, Humboldt-Universität, Berlin, Chemie
Jesko Hermann, TU Kaiserslautern, Wirtschaftsingenieurswesen, Schwerpunkt Maschinenbau
Roland Reif, TU München, Informatik/ Wirtschaftsinformatik
Nam Anh Nguyen, Universität Mannheim, BWL (Corporate Strategy/Finance, Entrepreneurship)
Nathan Valenti, TU Darmstadt, Informatik/ Wirtschaftsinformatik
Jin Han Sung, Universität Mannheim, Informatik/ Wirtschaftsinformatik
Nicolas Ochmann, RWTH Aachen, Ingenieurswissenschaften (Schwerpunkt Luft- & Raumfahrttechnik)
Jan Alberts, TU Braunschweig, Ingenieurswissenschaften (Elektrotechnik)
Jingyi Zhang, KIT, Wirtschaftsingenieurswesen