Name: Natcha Naranuwat (Bam) Department: Membership, Events and Communication Department Internship Period: 8 January – 4 May 2018 Motto: “Do something today that your future self will thank you for” If you could be a guide for one day, where in Bangkok you would take your foreign friends to? First, I would suggest my friends to visit the Grand Palace of “Wat Phra Kaew” in … Continue reading Welcome “Bam” from Bangkok!
Name: Tilman Henschke Internship Period: January 15th – June 15th 2018 Department: Consultancy Services & Membership, Events and Communication Motto: “It is always good to be a little brak!” – S.B. Tell us about your home town and university Düsseldorf is a modern city located along the Rhine River and the capital of the state North-Rhine Westphalia. It is famous for its art and fashion scene … Continue reading Welcome Tilman from Düsseldorf
Name: Marvin Woischnik-Lange Department: Membership, Events & Communication Internship Period: 6 February – 16 May 2017 Driven by a compulsory internship within an international business environment during the third year of my studies, I pursued the opportunity to support the Membership, Events & Communication Department at the German-Thai Chamber of Commerce (GTCC) in Bangkok from 6 February 2017 to 26 May 2017. GTCC allowed me to delve … Continue reading An Internship with GTCC: Your Gateway to an International Career
Name: Ailyn Arnold Internship Period: 02 January – 31 March 2018 Department: Membership, Events and Communication Motto: Be happy! Why did you decide to do an internship in Asia? For a long time I have been fascinated by the variety of Southeast Asia with its overwhelming culture, temples, Buddhism and the way of life. The Country of smiles, which is characterized by the mixture of … Continue reading Welcome Ailyn from Berlin!
Name: Jennifer (Jenny) Weisenhorn Internship Period: 2 January – 31 May 2018 (5 months) Department: Consultancy Services Motto: Take every chance you get in life, because some things only happen once Tell us about your hometown! I am from the South of Germany, close to the French and Swiss boarders. I was born and raised in a very small village in the Kaiserstuhl called Schelingen—a … Continue reading Welcome Jennifer from Schelingen!