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STEYR Helps to Train Hungary's Future Farmers

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Magtár Kft, the official importer of STEYR in Hungary, has won a tender to supply a total of 24 tractors to 18 agricultural schools, to help train the Country’s future farmers. The EU-funded tender was launched to renew the existing outdated machines operated by the agricultural schools and professional training centres, as well as to enhance the digital competencies of the students and future agricultural professionals by enabling them to work with the latest technology.

Meet Amgen Scholar Alumni Alexandra Imre

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"...the Amgen Scholars Program (ASP) is an unparalleled opportunity for young scientists to improve their professional skills."

Hewlett Packard Hungary & International Day of People with Disability Job Fair

by Adam Buck
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One of the great aspects of working at an organization such as Hewlett Packard is that it allows you to contribute to causes and events that add value to you as an individual and to the society around you.

December 3 is International Day of People with Disability (IDPwD). This is a United Nations sanctioned day that aims to promote an understanding of people with disability and encourage support for their dignity, rights and well-being.

Businesses to Invest in the Education of the Next Generation

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GE invests a great amount in the development of Hungarian Communities, for example, creating 25,000 jobs with 3 banks, 17 factories and 5 technology centers. Eszter Szabo, Regional Leader, GE Corporate Communications & Public Affairs explains it as “…we invest in the future of the region.”

GE provides philanthropic support to the development of human capital in the Central and Eastern European region through progressive education projects, such as the GE Foundation Opening Doors secondary school talent development program, aimed to hasten the evolution of an underprivileged region in Hungary. This story touches on the effects of GE’s efforts in education and development in Hungary.

 

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GE invests a great amount in the development of Hungarian Communities, for example, creating 25,000 jobs with 3 banks, 17 factories and 5 technology centers. Eszter Szabo, Regional Leader, GE Corporate Communications & Public Affairs explains it as “…we invest in the future of the region.”

GE provides philanthropic support to the development of human capital in the Central and Eastern European region through progressive education projects, such as the GE Foundation Opening Doors secondary school talent development program, aimed to hasten the evolution of an underprivileged region in Hungary. This story touches on the effects of GE’s efforts in education and development in Hungary.

 

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