Junior uni visits the nrw state representation in berlin
Junior Uni Wuppertal, an educational institution for children and young people, recently went on an excursion to the NRW State Representation in Berlin. The young visitors had the opportunity to learn about the work of the State Representation and its tasks in political Berlin.
The Junior Uni offers children and young people the opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills in a variety of fields. The focus is on natural sciences and engineering, but we also offer courses in other disciplines such as humanities and social sciences. The goal is to empower young people and help them access higher education.
The excursion to the NRW State Representation in Berlin is just one of many activities offered by Junior Uni. Through such excursions, students should come into contact with decision-makers in society and deepen their understanding of political processes.
The participants of the excursion had an exciting day and got many impressions of the NRW State Representation in Berlin. In the process, they could also strengthen their social skills and develop exchanges with other young people.
Who we are?
Junior Uni is a non-profit educational institution for children and young people aged 4 to 18 years old. Our goal is to inspire young people about science and technology and give them hands-on experience at an early age. We offer courses and workshops on various topics, including robotics, programming, science and mathematics.
Our courses are led by experienced teachers who have extensive expertise in their respective fields of study. We work closely with a variety of partners, including universities, businesses and other educational institutions. We always make sure that our offerings are at the cutting edge of technology and science.
At the beginning of October, we were guests at the NRW State Representation in Berlin to present our educational work. We presented our courses at an event and had the opportunity to exchange ideas with other professionals and interested parties. We always welcome the opportunity to introduce our concept to a wider audience, giving as many young people as possible the chance to get excited about science and technology.
- Educational institution: Junior Uni provides practical experience in science and technology.
- Courses and workshops: We offer courses in various subject areas.
- Experienced teachers: Our courses are led by experts.
- Partnerships: We work closely with various partners.
- Presentation in Berlin: We presented our work at an event at the NRW State Representation in Berlin.
The Junior Uni as a guest at the NRW State Representation in Berlin
Junior Uni Wuppertal is an extracurricular educational institution for children and young people between the ages of 4 and 18. It offers free courses in the fields of natural sciences, technology and computer science. As part of an excursion, a group of students visited the NRW State Representation in Berlin.
The NRW State Representation in Berlin is the official representation of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia at the federal level. It serves as an interface between the state government and the federal authorities as well as politics and business in Berlin. During their visit, the students were given a guided tour of the building and also learned more about the work of the NRW State Representation.
In addition to the tour of the premises, the students were also introduced to various projects and initiatives that are supported by the NRW State Representation. The young visitors were particularly impressed by a project to promote digitization in education, as they themselves had already gained initial experience in this area at the Junior Uni.
- The excursion to the NRW State Representation was a unique opportunity for the Junior Uni students to gain first-hand insights into political work.
- The visit enabled them to deepen their knowledge of the work of the state representations and to experience first-hand how politics and education are interrelated.
- The Junior Uni is committed to the practical transfer of knowledge and promotes curiosity and interest in the natural sciences.
The Junior Uni as guests at the NRW State Representation in Berlin
Last Tuesday, 30 Junior Uni Wuppertal students visited the North Rhine-Westphalia State Representation in Berlin. The children between the ages of 10 and 12 had the opportunity to take a look behind the scenes of politics and learn about the work of the State Representation.
As part of the visit, the young guests were given a guided tour of the building and learned about the various sections of the state representation. The students were particularly impressed by the modern library and the plenary hall, where the meetings of the Bundesrat usually take place.
In addition to the tour, the program also included informative talks and discussions with the employees of the State Representation. The children had the opportunity to ask questions and deepen their knowledge about the work of the State Representation. Topics such as the importance of the state representations in the federal system or the current projects of the NRW state government were also addressed.
All in all, the Junior Uni’s visit to the NRW State Representation was a complete success. The students were able to experience first-hand how politics works and what the work of the State Representation looks like. The children were enthusiastic and will certainly show even more interest in political topics in the future.
The significance of the visit: Junior Uni as a guest at the NRW State Representation in Berlin
On 2. July 2019 Junior Uni Wuppertal students visited the NRW State Representation in Berlin. The visit had an important meaning for the young participants.
The visit gave the students a deeper insight into the workings of the state representation, which is responsible for North Rhine-Westphalia’s interests in the German capital. The event showed the students how political decisions are made at the federal level and what role the state representation plays in this process.
The young people also had the opportunity to ask questions to the staff of the State Representation and to enter into a direct exchange with them. This allowed them to deepen their knowledge of political processes and procedures and to broaden their understanding of the importance of the State Representation.
The visit to the NRW State Representation in Berlin was an inspiring experience for the Junior Uni Wuppertal students, which helped to awaken and foster their interest in politics and political events. Only those who understand the significance of political decisions and processes can actively participate in shaping society.
Visit of the Junior Uni to the NRW State Representation in Berlin
The Junior Uni was a guest at the NRW State Representation in Berlin and the students got an exciting view of the tasks of the federal state.
After being welcomed by representatives of the state, the children were given a guided tour of the building and were able to take a look behind the scenes. They not only visited the plenary hall and the offices of the members of parliament, but also learned how decisions are made and what the tasks of the state representation are.
The children found the work of the State Representation in the field of education and research particularly impressive. Here they were able to experience at first hand how committed the federal state is to the education of its citizens.
- Outlook on the future of the federal state
- Insights into the tasks of the NRW State Representation
- Visiting the plenary hall and the offices of the members of parliament
All in all, the Junior Uni’s visit to the NRW State Representation in Berlin was a complete success and gave the students an interesting insight into the state’s work.