The beginning of the school year in Atos classes

September the 1st marks the start of The School Year for students at schools across Poland. At one of the high schools in Bydgoszcz, the School of Electronics, Atos takes care of students as part of a special partnership. On September the 1st this year, another class – 1 H – joined the ranks of „Atos Class” students.

The beginning of every school year is a special moment, especially for students starting a new school. Atos was part of this event starting this school year together with the students at the School of Electronics in Bydgoszcz. Head of Atos GDC PL – Robert Wichłacz participated in the Municipal Inauguration of The 2022/2023 School Year. Special guests headed by the Mayor of the City of Bydgoszcz were invited to take part in this exceptional event.

The fourth class under our patronage is already beginning its education at the School of Electronics and the number of applicants for one place has once again exceeded our expectations. Head of Atos GDC PL together with coordinators of “Atos Class” project welcomed the new students. They also shared plans for the nearest future. The main goal of all activities organized in the grade 1 is integration of students and development of their soft skills.

The Atos Class project is the result of fruitful cooperation between Atos and the School of Electronics in Bydgoszcz, launched in April 2019, under which Atos took patronage over IT technician classes. In the current school year, we take care of almost 130 students in 4 classes! We invite each of these classes to join different types of activities. This September the students of the current grade 3 will complete internship at our company. They will spend 4 weeks learning and working under the guidance of our engineers. The internship will be conducted onsite and online. We hope it is going to be a great and satisfying time for both sides. We are looking forward to welcome our interns at the Atos’ headquarters very soon.

We wish all students successes and best grades in the new school year. Good luck!

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