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Re: [Fwd: Partnerschaft mit IT-Ausbildern]

Werner Weber wrote:
> Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren,
> ich habe vor über einem Monat die untenstehnde Mail versandt. Leider 
> habe ich noch keine Antwort erhalten.
> Kann mir jemand eine Antwort geben?

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> Mit freundlichen Grüßen
> Werner Weber
> -------- Ursprüngliche Nachricht --------
> Betreff: Partnerschaft mit IT-Ausbildern
> Datum: Fri, 03 May 2002 11:12:32 +0200
> Von: Werner Weber <ww@websystem.de>
> An: partners@debian.org
> An die Geschäftsleitung
> Guten Tag,
> ich unterrichte an einer beruflichen Schule NRW's, an der junge Leute zu
> IT-Fachleuten ausgebildet werden. Jährlich beginnen bei uns ca. 200
> junge Menschen ihre Ausbildung. Viele von denen arbeiten später im
> Bereich Netzwerkadministration.
> Wir sind auf der Suche nach einem Linux-Distributor als Partner unserer
> Schule.
> Inhalte der Zusammenarbeit könnten sein:
> - Projekte die mit Ihrer Distribution ausgeführt werden und sowohl
> regional und überregional (Presse, Messen) präsentiert als auch in
> EU-Projekte eingesetzt werden könnten.
> - Zertifizierung unserer Kollegen (wir sind ein sehr junges Kollegium)
> und unserer Schüler.
> Bitte informieren Sie mich, ob ähnliche Kooperationen bei Ihnen bereits
> praktiziert werden oder in Planung sind.
> Einen freundlichen Gruß
> Werner Weber

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