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August 4, 2022

MINT-week brought the talents of tomorrow to Gantner Instruments

Thirty children visited our headquarters to learn more about Gantner Instruments as part of the MINT-Week.

As part of the MINT week between July 11 and 15, students from the Montafon between 7 and 12 years could explore exciting MINT professions.

MINT stands for Mathematics, Computer Science (German: informatics), Natural Sciences, and Technology  – pupils should thus understand, see, learn and get to know.

We, as well as many other Montafon traditional and high-tech companies, had the opportunity to present our professions to children with a lot of fun and joy.

They laughed, learned, marveled, discovered, and tried many things themselves.

Together with our team, the children assembled a Future Cell Truck, among other things. Afterward, the students had a snack and fun conversations with our team.

The children are going to remember their MINT experience at Gantner Instruments.
We would also like to thank the children and their families for the positive feedback we received, especially from a bright student and her mother:

“Dear Gantner Instruments team,
I want to thank you very much for the great Monday morning.

My daughter was allowed to visit you as part of the MINT week. Rarely has my child been so enthusiastic about something she experienced. 🙂
She wanted me to Google to find out which school path/study she would have to complete to work for you.
And that, although she is not even 11 years old.
You can be proud of your accomplishments.”

We are proud to have provided our children a behind-the-scenes look at what it takes to give them an opportunity for a brighter future. We look forward to supporting them on their way to becoming the talents of tomorrow.

Gantner Instruments is always looking for talented people to join our team.

Author: Julia Cavalli