Girls and computers? That fits! -The GirlsDay 2011 at the SMF KG? Priscille Mukumbu and Melanie Weissenborn were surprised by the demand, whether it was not uncommon to visit an IT company as a girl. On the contrary: for Angela and Melanie computer and girl not mutually at all. They visited the company with the great desire to learn more about the world of work around on the computer. Highly motivated thanks to their school computer science education and many private and practical experiences around the computer was clearly the decision for the IT sector and thus for the SMF KG. Robert Rimberg spoke with conviction. Supported and advised by the trainees of the SMF solved the two with much panache a specially developed IT crossword puzzle and lined up the tasks which have been provided. Without any reservations against all’ the IT professionals were they actively informed about open questions and visibly enjoyed the day off from school everyday.
Both had lots of fun at work and left the SMF thrilled. “Melanie Weissenborn is even sure: I will in any case what computers do, maybe as a programmer!” We wish all the best to the both of them for their career. About the press photo of our group picture Melanie Weissenborn (left) and Priscille Mukumbu (right) of Nataliya shows basement (with sign) in the circles of the SMF caring for her trainees and Studizubis (from left to right) Nataliya Keller, Katrin Sembowski, Lutz Lutterbeck, Tim Schulte, Mario Jahn and Daiyang Gao. About the training at the SMF KG, it is not only the many years of experience (over 20 years), the high training rate (almost constant 20%) or the proportion of women (currently 25%, a high value in the IT industry), who speaks for a training at SMF. The company was ranked first in the Dortmund industry’s training award 2009 and has rendered as Dortmund first signatory of the Charter of diversity the promotion of students with an immigrant background.
Since 1985, the SMF KG is competent IT partner of Company trade, banks, insurance companies, and manufacturing industry. The range of services aimed at medium-sized companies and large corporations that own IT organizations develop individual software solutions or introduce comprehensive standard software products. Several hundred person years of experience in consulting, development and implementation emphasize the strengths and expertise of the consulting firm. The SMF group has a nationwide about 100 employees, from 80 at the company headquarters in Dortmund, Germany.