At Gore you’ll have the chance to work as a fully recognised team member on either up-and-running projects or new ones. It is not unusual to find yourself collaborating on solutions to technical challenges where you can really make a difference. So take the initiative and don’t be afraid to introduce your own ideas into the work and decision processes!
In Germany we provide different opportunities in all departments, but particularly in the following areas:
- Plastics Engineering
- Process Engineering
- Textile and Garments Engineering
- Electronics and Computer Engineering
- Telecommunications Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Industrial Engineering and Management
- Sports Economics
- Business Economics
- and less frequently for students qualified in other fields
We have a regular presence at university job fairs and recruiting events so that we can get to know you.
Taking a job at Gore whilst studying offers students the chance to assist Gore associates in their daily work or support them on projects. They can also work for Gore promoting events and sales in the field of Consumer Oriented Fabrics. Such students accompany us to trade fairs and other events, undergo product training as sales representatives and/or present the latest collections to our smaller sales partners and shops.
You would like to become an intern at Gore? An internship with us lasts ideally four to six months, during which time we encourage you to work independently on challenging projects and support our teams in their daily business.
Thesis - Diploma, Master or Bachelor
You would like to write your thesis/final paper on a subject related somehow to Gore? Simply take a look at the posted topics. Once you have decided which one appeals to you, we can discuss suitable possibilities.
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Different fields of activity – Different perspectives
Approximately three times a year, we hold a get-together for our students from all divisions and plants. Here they get an opportunity to present their theses, and learn from Gore associates about their current projects. Or we use the occasion for special training sessions or guided tours of plants and laboratories.
Here, it not simply a case of meeting new people, having fun and exchanging ideas and experience. It is also about cross divisional networking beyond ones immediate project and team.