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    v. l. nach r. Günther Müller, Prokurist von Hetzner Online gratuliert Kevin Pascher, Fachinformatiker und Patrick Reichart, Kaufmann Bürokommunikation zum erfolgreichen Ausbildungsabschluss.

    Gunzenhausen – 1. September 2012

     A total of seven young people have successfully completed their apprenticeships with Hetzner Online and will be continuing their professional careers within the company. 

    Hetzner Online has been offering apprenticeships for many years for people to train as qualified IT Specialists in Application Development and Systems Integration, as Electronics Technicians in Building and Infrastructural Systems and for Industrial Systems as well as Office Management trainees. 

    Hetzner Online places great emphasis on the education and development of employees. As well as conventional instruction the company offers apprentices in-house training courses.

    In view of the increasingly international clientele, Hetzner Online provides all employees with the opportunity to participate in English language training. 

    A total of 15 apprentices and one university student are currently employed by the company and, this year, seven young people will commence their training. Potential applicants for apprenticeships as qualified IT Specialists and Electronics Technicians can still apply for this year. Next year the company will be recruiting at least 13 new apprentices at its Gunzenhau

  • About Hetzner Online (www.hetzner.com):

    Hetzner Online, with hundreds of thousands of servers in operation, is one of the largest data center operators in Europe. Since its founding in 1997, Hetzner has provided private and business customers with powerful hosting products and reliable IT infrastructure. By combining its strengths in innovative technology, attractive prices, expert support, and flexible customer service, Hetzner has expanded its market both within and outside Germany and Europe. Hetzner, a German company, owns and operates its own high tech data centers in Nuremberg and Falkenstein (both in Germany) and in Helsinki, Finland, and it recently added new locations in Ashburn, Virigina and Hillsboro, Oregon (USA).