Jonathan Jakobsson is certain that Sprout Talent Week has given him new knowledge, which he can apply directly to his study at Copenhagen University:
“Part of my study is sustainability in the new city Vinge in Frederikssund municipality. By participating in Sprout Talent Week I learned that I’m very strong analytically. I’m sure, I can use that knowledge in my study and my future work life.”
Sprout Talent Week is not only fruitful for the participants. The case owners and partners also found the innovation week very valuable:
“New technology plays an important part in the building industry as it enables you to make faster and smarter building solutions. These young students got a chance to try to work the way we do it at MT Højgaard, and who knows, one day some of them may be working at our company” says Andreas Kragh.
With sight set on the future
Sprout Talent Week is a part of the Sprout community for students and young professionals. The Sprout community seeks dialogue, sharing, and inspiration across different fields of work and education. The goal is to contribute to the shaping of the future society with architecture, building, and urban development.
In the next months, DAC will be undergoing a transition and the Sprout community will continue to develop. DAC is moving to BLOX – the new platform for architecture, design, and urban planning placed on the harbor front in Copenhagen next to the Royal Library. This means that DAC is going to gear up for the Sprout community and activities. The ambition is to create a lively community for the next generation in BLOX.
Stay tuned for upcoming activities in the Sprout community and read more about the three cases from this year’s Talent Week at: www.sprout.talentweek.dk/previousyears