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Sense of the foundation
The BLANK foundation was originated on 1 July 2010. It supports talented pupils, students and young professionals of our region of Riedlingen/upper Swabia who are active in the technical or economical area. Our aim is to take gifted youngsters with us and prepare them for the dynamic and global functions of our economy and technology, as well as to offer our assistance and support actively.
Would you like to know more about our BLANK foundation?
BLANK HOLDING GmbH
Forms of support:
- co-financing of a semester abroad
- co-financing of language courses
- financial support of research and development projects
- facilitation of further education
- cooperation with business schools
How can I apply for a scholarship?
Send us your application or an e-mail enclosing your application documents on following address:
BLANK HOLDING GmbH
- cover note
- motivational letter, in which you briefly explain your benefit-based plan
- short résumé/CV of the applicant
A council of the BLANK-Foundation examines the application and allocates the funds.
The Geschwister-Scholl-Realschule was supported in the purchase of a 3D printer and a set of minicomputers.
Picture: Marion Buck, Schwäbische Zeitung Riedlingen
The Kreisgymnasium Riedlingen was supported by the BLANK Foundation in the purchase of a milling machine.
The students thus have the opportunity to gain insights into later fields of work of engineers and technicians at an early stage and to acquire basic knowledge in these areas.
Kolping Education Center
The Kolping Education Center Riedlingen is happy about new microscopes including an ocular camera, permanent samples and tablets for biology lessons.
"With this new technology topics can be taught in a clear and interesting way. This makes the lessons exciting and varied," explains Juliane Blank from the Foundation Committee.
The DHBW student of FEINGUSS BLANK GmbH has already been able to benefit from the offer of the BLANK Foundation. She received support for a semester abroad in South Africa.
The BLANK-Foundation supported the Joseph-Christian-Gemeinschaftsschule in the purchase of logic modules and power supply devices. These modules are often installed in control boxes. They are very close to reality and thus help the students to simulate electrical circuits.