High School Students
High School Students
Internships for school students
Not sure what to do after school? Or do you already have an idea and want to try out your talents in one of our divisions? Drees & Sommer offers various internship opportunities for high school students, for example as part of the high school vocational orientation program, but also for all other types of school. As a school student you can complete your pre-study internship with us for degree courses in the fields of construction, project management, industrial engineering, utilities engineering and energy management.
Deadline for applications – High school students interested in a pre-study internship can apply at any time and check us out during a multi-week internship in various divisions, such as energy design and infrastructure management. Simply click on ‘Enter speculative application’ in our jobs portal and send in your application.
Student internships are also possible in central areas such as in Accounting, HR, IT and Marketing. Here you learn the processes in Human Resources, how to post invoices, help Marketing with an event, or work with IT on the development of new software. You can also undertake a technical student internship in Project Management, Real Estate Consulting, Engineering, Development Management and Infrastructure Consulting and get to know what our project managers’ working days look like.
Do you want to start your career with a training course? Then send us your application. We award trainee positions with a commercial and technical focus every year.
Training with commercial focus
Are you good at organizing? Do you enjoy written and oral communication? Do you enjoy working in a team? Then an apprenticeship in office management could be the right thing for you. Drees & Sommer offers these apprenticeships with a focus on commercial management and control, as well as secretarial work and personal assistant training. In collaboration with the IHK (Chamber of Commerce and Industry), Drees & Sommer offers two three-year apprenticeship positions each year.
Our apprentices rotate through various areas of the company, including Financial Accounting, Accounting, IT, Administration, Purchasing, Marketing and Human Resources. During your training, you experience many different tasks such as how to post invoices, order office materials, organize business trips and prepare for and follow up on meetings.
You spend about four days a week on-site with us and the rest of the time at vocational school, where you learn the basics that you put to practical use with us in everyday work. To qualify for the apprenticeship, you need a general certificate of secondary education, a high school diploma or a subject-related university entrance qualification.
Training with technical focus
Or are you more interested in technology? If so, perhaps becoming a technical system planner specializing in supply and equipment technology is more your thing. During this apprenticeship, you learn how to prepare technical drawings based on performance specifications from engineers and models for the production and assembly of building services plant and equipment.
You will learn to prepare installation plans and diagrams of supply technology plant and equipment in the areas of heating, ventilation and plumbing. In the course of your training you will work increasingly independently, supporting the project team with design and organizational tasks. During your training you will have the opportunity to see first-hand how a building takes shape – from the first sketch to occupation by the users. You do not only work at a desk, but also out on the building site.
You go to vocational school for several weeks at a time for full-time block instruction. You then put the knowledge gained at vocational school to practical use with us in the company. To qualify for the apprenticeship, you need a general certificate of secondary education or a general or subject-related university entrance qualification (such as GCE A Levels). The apprenticeship lasts for 3.5 years.
Deadline for applications
Apprenticeships start on 1 September each year. Where possible, applications should be submitted a year in advance. Please feel free to submit a complete application comprising a cover letter, resume and certificates via our online application system. Please also include your school certificates and references from internships or part-time jobs. You can find current vacancies on our jobs portal.
Dual study program
You want to acquire more than just theoretical knowledge? And would like to put theory into practice? Then how about a dual study program with Drees & Sommer?
Management in Industry – Industrial Service Management
In cooperation with the Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg – DHBW – (Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University) in Stuttgart, we offer a place for the Management in Industry: Industrial Service Management course each year. The three-year university course leads to a Bachelor of Arts.
The dual study program involves alternating between university and the company at intervals of three months. This allows you to put your newly gained knowledge directly into practice. The focus is on commercial aspects.
You will learn about new areas, not only through your theory at DHBW, but also here in the company, where you will come into contact with a range of different departments. For example, you will play an active role in the Accounting, Billing, Purchasing, Human Resources and Project Controlling teams. You will get to know the daily tasks involved and work on your own projects. You will write your project assignments and your dissertation here, with our support as an international company involved in a wide range of issues and with broad experience.
The Management in Industry: Industrial Service Management dual degree requires a general or subject-specific university entrance qualification, or an entrance qualification for a university of applied sciences with the appropriate DHBW Stuttgart aptitude test. In addition, you should have an affinity for numbers and a good command of English.
Civil Engineering – Project Management
In cooperation with the Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg (DHBW) (Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University) in Mosbach, Germany, Drees & Sommer offers a dual study program called Civil Engineering – Project Management. The three-year university course leads to a Bachelor of Engineering.
The dual study program involves alternating between university and the company at intervals of three months. This allows you to put your newly gained knowledge directly into practice. In addition to engineering fundamentals, you will learn about subjects including construction law, structural engineering and design in project management. You then apply your theoretical knowledge in practice at Drees & Sommer. As part of the Management Services team you will learn about the various facets of project management in building design and construction in a range of industries. For example, you will learn how to estimate and check costs, how to manage a tender process for freelance services, and how to draw up a schedule.
To apply for the Civil Engineering – Project Management degree course, you must have a general or subject-specific university entrance qualification, or an entrance qualification for a university of applied sciences with the appropriate DHBW Mosbach aptitude test. In addition, you should have an affinity for technology and a good command of English.
Deadline for applications
The dual study program starts each year on 1 October. The best time to apply is about one year before commencement of study. Advertisements for new dual study program places are published on our jobs portal.