On the annual Girls’ Day, thousands of companies open their doors to schoolgirls between the age of 10 and 17. On the agenda are practical tasks like planing, milling and soldering, and machinery, technologies and job profiles are explained in detail. On April 26, 2012, also Memmert welcomed two young girls to the Büchenbach production facilities. One student came from the Johann Sebastian Bach Gymnasium in Windsbach, another from the Adam-Kraft Gymnasium in Schwabach.
Young girls in Germany are often still afraid of taking a typical “male profession”. Traditionally, women become to a large extent teachers, nurses, childcare workers or hairdressers. In order to help schoolgirls overcome their reluctance to take up a scientific or technical profession, the Girls‘ D