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  • Executive Board Chairman Prof. Wolfgang Schuster

    “Learn from others”

    Executive Board Chairman Prof. Wolfgang Schuster about our international activities.

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  • young woman planning a technical project

    The interest is growing

    How attractive is STEM for girls and women?

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  • female pupil with 3D printer

    JEA network grows

    Hands-on technology at 99 schools

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  • Woman reading guide for parents

    Guides for parents

    Family as a place of learning and education

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  • Waldemar Schmidt

    Experiencing the differences

    Student teacher Waldemar Schmidt uses the Klaus Kinkel scholarship

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More than ever before, people who want to navigate this world competently and confidently need not only a solid STEM education but digital skills as well. Those who don't have them will be left out - or left behind.


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International activities

International activities

Deutsche Telekom Stiftung is reaching out beyond Germany’s borders and promoting educational excellence in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in other countries.

Action with impact

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million euros have been given by Deutsche Telekom Stiftung to promote STEM-related projects at its home base in Bonn to date.

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day care centers have entered the 2018 Forschergeist (“Inquiring minds”) competition.

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institutions are taking part in our MINTeinander project, thereby profiting from training opportunities and educational materials.