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Following the International Day of Persons with Disability, we have six inspiring stories to share with you. The first one is about Rene, an Aircraft Mechanic Apprentice who learns how to build airplanes at Airbus in Bremen. Rene loves the variety of the tasks, responsibility he gets and the teamwork at Airbus. Despite his handicap, he feels great support from his fellow colleagues and he always finds the way to finish his tasks on time. Disability is not a barrier to work at #Airbus. #InternationalDisabilityDay #idpwd #WeAreAirbus

Diligence is the mother of good luck: this quote well depicts the career path of Stephanie, German student of Aerospace engineering at TU München. Many times, success has more to do with careful planning and persistence than being just plain lucky. Stephanie gained a scholarship (The Deutschlandstipendium) and used the funds to participate at various projects across Germany. She says: “I got to do some really interesting things such a developing satellite at the University. With Airbus as one of the scholarship sponsors, Stephanie got invitation to company event where she did networking with people across departments. Eventually, there was a job suitable offer coming. “I really love the team at Airbus and the variety” adds Stephanie. As a working student, she is always busy with new topics and projects. “That is exactly what makes engineers happy: to always sort out some new problems”. We are currently looking for working students. Visit Airbus Careers website to apply - http://bit.ly/2rm1KYl