Donations to India

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n 2018 WHUSH enabled 12 children in India to have a regular school life for one year. Besides education, the children were also provided with shelter, care and medical support.

One of these students is Shogan. The six-year-old comes from a difficult family background and his father suffered from alcoholism. By financing the school education, not only Shogan made a step towards a better tomorrow, but his father has been sober ever since.

Computer Course for Grade School

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gain this year WHUSH organized and held a computer course for elementary school students of the Karl d’Ester school.

From November to December 2019, the participants met in the WHU buildings to learn the basics of operating Windows under the direction of 3 students, Olivia Nick, Alisia Michel and Max Borkowsky. The introduction to programs such as Word and PowerPoint were also on the agenda. In four sessions in total, both parties not only learned a lot and developed new skills, but also had a lot of fun together.

Computer Course for Grade School

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gain this year WHUSH organized and held a computer course for elementary school students of the Karl d’Ester school.

From November to December 2019, the participants met in the WHU buildings to learn the basics of operating Windows under the direction of 3 students, Olivia Nick, Alisia Michel and Max Borkowsky. The introduction to programs such as Word and PowerPoint were also on the agenda. In four sessions in total, both parties not only learned a lot and developed new skills, but also had a lot of fun together.

Sponsorships for Refugees

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ince the beginning of last year, WHUSH has again been involved in the field of refugee aid. The Auxilio project was revived in collaboration with Mr. Ebeling, the coordinator of local refugee work in Vallendar and the surrounding area.

These are sponsorships of WHU members with refugee children of primary school age. The aim of the project is to facilitate the integration of families and to support children with homework and everyday school life. Ideally, the students involved will support their sponsored children throughout their studies at WHU and will remain in contact with them even afterwards. A total of 20 sponsorships have been closed in the past few months. So far, everyone involved has received consistently positive feedback from both children and parents. With this project we hope to have a lasting impact on the lives of the children and thank all volunteers, without whom the implementation of the project would not have been possible..

CV Training for High Schoolers

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over letter, résumé and interview. Anyone who wants to be successful on the job market today should think about all of this. That is exactly why WHUSH organized application training for 11th grade students at the Schönstätter Marienschule in Vallendar last year and this year.

The focus was on building and designing a successful resume. Students also got an insight on the process of a succeessful job interview. Under the direction of Sabrina Bier and Charlotte Pretz , two students at WHUSH, the students were able to deal more closely with a clear, logical structure and a clear, appealing design. For this purpose, the pupils brought along pre-prepared CVs that were rewritten and improved together in groups. We would particularly like to thank Ms. Niklas-Wirth for the support with the organization and design.

CV Training for High Schoolers

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over letter, résumé and interview. Anyone who wants to be successful on the job market today should think about all of this. That is exactly why WHUSH organized application training for 11th grade students at the Schönstätter Marienschule in Vallendar last year and this year.

The focus was on building and designing a successful resume. Students also got an insight on the process of a succeessful job interview. Under the direction of Sabrina Bier and Charlotte Pretz , two students at WHUSH, the students were able to deal more closely with a clear, logical structure and a clear, appealing design. For this purpose, the pupils brought along pre-prepared CVs that were rewritten and improved together in groups. We would particularly like to thank Ms. Niklas-Wirth for the support with the organization and design.