Social & Business Skill Trainer

Our participants need more than technical skills to succeed in the workplace. We’re regularly looking for social & business skill trainers and workshop leaders to offer in-person or online workshops to our participants or alumni.

Are you passionate about offering workshops to a diverse group of people? Do you have experience in facilitating a specific training?

«Win-Win-Win, for the young talents, for the Swiss labour market, for personal experience.»

Markus Suter, Job Coach

«My role as a job coach during the internship is to connect and support both the intern and the company with the intention to enable a following fixed contract. Taking additional responsibility and giving back sth. with a value is my motivation and that’s also the reason why I am again with Powercoders. For me personally it’s a win-win, I learn about other cultures and have realized even more that the place of birth is sth to be thankful for.»

Beate-Christin Hastedt, Job Coach

«On joining Powercoders, I was truly impressed by the quality and dedication of all the people involved, professionals and volunteers alike. And the coachees are amazing : talented, hard workers, highly motivated, yet vulnerable, humble and immensely grateful. It’s a honour to stand on their side.»

Olivier Cohu, Job Coach

Interested in Training our Participants?

Please get in touch with our Volunteer Coordinator Andrina Beuggert.

  • IT has always been my thing.

    Nour, Apprentice in Mediamatics at SBB, Alumna Powercoders

    Aged 22, Nour had to try many different paths until she found the one she wanted to stay on. That path began with her application to the Powercoders Bootcamp in autumn 2019.

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  • I got a second chance at life.

    Jamila Amini, DevOps Engineer at Swisscom, Alumna Powercoders

    She was forced to flee Afghanistan with her husband and daughter and our very first participant to secure a permanent employment.

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  • Every day when I left my house, I was never sure if I will get back in the evening.

    Izzatollah Amani, Junior Software Engineer at Netcentric, Alumnus Powercoders

    He was forced to flee his home country Afghanistan as a 26 year-old and was able to take refuge in Switzerland.

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  • So that I can take on many more new challenges at Migros Aare

    Gajendran Packiyanathan, Software Engineer at Migros Aare

    He was a participant in our very first Powercoders Bootcamp in 2017, and one of the first ones to get a permanent job offer.

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  • When I have an opportunity to learn something new, I get curious and want to learn more, and I ask questions.

    Deniz Tokat, Mainframe Junior System Engineer at SIX

    When he came to Switzerland three years ago, he first tried to find a job in Mathematics or as a teacher, but it was very difficult because of language problems.

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  • Powercoders and Unic gave me the opportunity to live off social welfare.

    Bashir Karimi, Frontend Engineer at Unic, Alumnus Powercoders

    Bashir was leading a normal life in Pakistan, having a wife and two kids and a good job as an IT teacher.

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  • Everything is well organized and there’s no need to fight for your rights as much here.

    Ali Mengütay, Junior Software Engineer at Pix4D, Alumnus Powercoders

    Back in Turkey he studied mechanical engineering and worked for a big company in Istanbul.

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  • In India, many girls go for engineering studies.

    Shehani, SAP developer at UBS, Alumna Powercoders

    She started her full-time job as an SAP developer at UBS in April, directly after her internship ended.

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    Program Manager

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  • Ya’ara Segal

    Job Coaching Lead & Volunteer Coordinator

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All Volunteering Opportunities

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  • Social & Business Skill Trainer

  • Mentor for Job Applications

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