Angelina Rusin receives MPS Apprenticeship Award 2014

Outstanding performance during her training as animal keeper

July 16, 2014

Since 2007, the Max Planck Society (MPS) annually presents the MPS Apprenticeship Award of €750. With this award, the MPS gives credit for outstanding performance in theoretical and practical education. Additionally, particular attention is paid to personal development and social commitment throughout the apprenticeship.

Angelina Rusin, one of this year’s awardees, has completed her training as an animal keeper at the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry in Munich. During her apprenticeship, she successfully presented ideas and suggestions for the advancement of operational procedures. Besides her activities in animal care and breeding, Angelina Rusin regularly organized staff meetings and enthusiastically participated in the Institute’s apprentice projects, highlighting the importance of sustainability.

We congratulate Angelina Rusin on her success and are pleased that she will continue to work as an animal keeper at the Institute.


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