Shaping the future with chemistry

School, studies, training and further education

The GDCh actively supports the promotion and safeguarding of the next generation in the chemical and other mathematical and scientific fields. In order to ensure the broadest possible base of interested parties, it is our goal to make knowledge and skills in chemistry an indispensable part of general education. The GDCh spectrum ranges from the development of school concepts to information on studying chemistry and the provision of advanced training courses.

Schoolchildren and trainees
Undergraduate and graduate students

Career and profession

The GDCh career service provides information and assistance both for starting a career and for a successful working life. Application workshops and job exchanges support chemists in their job search. Brochures for young professionals offer an initial overview of fields of activity and extensive link lists help with information on scholarships, stays abroad and other topics. Income surveys, mentoring, an employment law hotline and detailed statistics on chemistry courses complete the offer.

Career events
Publications of the career service
additional Information

job market

Here, career starters, young professionals and experienced experts from all areas of chemistry can meet with industry and academia. Applicants can quickly orientate themselves in the current job search through job-specific job lists. Job advertisers quickly bring their open vacancies to the right target group via various channels (Online, print, job exchanges) and can thus recruit specialists in an uncomplicated manner.

Jobs for chemists
Information for employers
Information for job seekers

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education and Career

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division of Chemical Education

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last modified: 20.02.2023 09:46 H from A.Miller