Stanford University in Berlin
Krupp Internships / Praktika
30 Years: 1982-2012 - Chronology
Each year, the Krupp Foundation hosts a three-day seminar at the historic Villa Huegel in Essen, Germany. Prospective Krupp Interns at Stanford in Berlin as well as interns in the field all travel to Essen to swap experiences with each other and with officials of the Krupp Foundation.
A pilot project designed to locate internships for Stanford students of engineering and the natural sciences studying at Stanford in Berlin is conducted under the auspices of the Deutsche Akademische Austauschdienst (DAAD).
|1982-83||The successful pilot project is adopted by the Alfried Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach-Stiftung of Essen, Germany, as the Krupp Internship Program for Stanford Students in Germany. In subsequent years the Program is expanded to enable students of all academic disciplines to participate. Click here for an overview on the Krupp Foundation in German.|
|1990-91||The Program places the first interns in Eastern Germany — in Berlin (Deutscher Fernsehfunk, WEMEX Werkzeugmaschinenhandel GmbH), Brieselang (Gemeindeverwaltung), Dresden (Alternative Fraktion), and Meißen (Europa-Zentrum Meissen e.V.).|
|1993-94||The program is further expanded, allowing students with tight academic schedules to do Krupp Internships during the summer.|
|1996||The 500th Krupp Intern is placed: Victoria Jew (Materials Science & Engineering) at the Fraunhofer Institute for Biomedical Engineering (IBMT) in St. Ingbert.|
|2001||The Curatorium of the Krupp Foundation renews financial support of the Program until 2007, totaling twenty five years of sponsorship.|
|2005||Edition of the first annual electronic newsletter "Briefe aus Berlin."|
|2006||The Curatorium of the Krupp Foundation approves renewal of the grant to secure the Program through its thirtieth year.|
|2011||Placement of the 1000th intern, Molly Bauer (Museum Folkwang, Essen), celebrated with alumni of the program.|
|2012 (May)||30th anniversary of the program celebrated at Villa Hügel.|
|2012 (June)||The Curatorium of the Krupp Foundation renews financial support of the Program.|