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The youth looks at a maritime future

The youth looks at a maritime future

03-10-2014 16:00:00


The companies MarineShaft and Hirtshals Yard will get the opportunity to shape the future of some of North Jutland youth on Monday, when 80 students from 8th to 10th grade of Hjørring community and Hjørring Production school visits the companies as an event in connection with the Danish Maritime Days.

"The interest in participating in the event has been overwhelming, so we unfortunately had to put a limit on the number of students who can participate. It is gratifying that the youth are so interested in seeing the opportunities that lie within the so-called black business in North Jutland, and thus see what employment opportunities the future holds for them, "says Mogens Bjerre, Vice-President of the Danish Metal Vendsyssel and member of the port of Hirtshals board.

"There are multiple perspectives to invite the future workforce down to the harbor to visit MarineShaft and Hirtshals Yard. We must ensure that we continue have the manpower that is needed by the firms in North Jutland, and therefore it is important that we strengthen the interest of some young people already have to work with maritime service, offshore and on can get even more done interested in the subjects, "he added.

Source: Port of Hirtshals / Maritime Denmark


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