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Audi supporting 42Heilbronn and 42Wolfsburg programming schools
- Audi donating 960,000 euros to the nonprofit 42Heilbronn and 42Wolfsburg IT schools for a multiyear scholarship program.
- In doing so, the company is supporting unconventional training for the IT specialists of tomorrow and the digital transformation of the German automotive industry.
- “The schools open up educational opportunities for talented, IT-savvy individuals and locate important expertise in our regions,” said Sabine Maassen, Member of the Board of Management for Human Resources and Organization at AUDI AG.
Audi is donating nearly one million euros to the 42Heilbronn and 42Wolfsburg programming schools. The funds will go toward a four-year scholarship program at the privately funded, nonprofit IT schools. In doing so, the company is strengthening the regional educational environments for the digital transformation of the German automotive industry and an innovative vocational training program. In addition, the scholarships give financially and socially disadvantaged students the opportunity to receive highly qualified training in professional fields of the future.