Woodland Award 2023
TRIDELTA Campus / Lisa Schäfer • 14.07.2023
Good education and training is crucial for living a self-determined life and acting responsibly, for taking advantage of opportunities and meeting challenges. We are pleased to present this year's Woodland Award to Isa Richter.
Good education and training is crucial for living a self-determined life and acting responsibly, for taking advantage of opportunities and meeting challenges. In the digitally shaped world, STEM education (MINT stands for mathematics, informatics, natural sciences and technology) plays a central role. After all, technology and computer science, digital applications and services shape the everyday lives and careers of even those who do not work in a STEM profession. In addition to pure factual knowledge, STEM also means methodological knowledge. STEM education promotes problem-solving skills and contributes to elementary maturity in technology and science. An innovative economy like the one in Germany and a future-oriented location in Hermsdorf need excellently trained skilled workers. That is why the Tridelta Campus Hermsdorf e.V. and its member companies are stepping up their efforts to train qualified skilled workers and invest in local economic performance and competitiveness.
We are delighted to present this year's Woodland Award to Isa Richter. Her commitment and enthusiasm for STEM are inspiring and deserve our full recognition in every respect. As a co-creator of Woodland High School, she thus actively contributed to a lively place of learning and exchange: outstanding achievements in STEM subjects and as a talented musician, she enriched the last school year and took on a significant role as student representative.
Her personality will continue to grow, because with Isa Richter, a generation of students who are not only learners but also shapers of our future will (co-)decide on tomorrow. The presentation of this year's Woodland Award encourages us all to recognise and promote the potential of young people. Congratulations, dear Isa!
The school prize, established by headmaster Thomas Löffler, is awarded for extraordinary achievements that serve to promote and raise the profile and positive development of Holzland Gymnasium. The candidates have rendered outstanding services to the East Thuringian grammar school through special commitment in one of the following areas: "Economy/Law - MINT subjects - Media education and IT - Public positioning and publicity in the regional environment - Outstanding individual achievements in the musical/artistic area".
Photo: Isa Richter (centre) received special support from music teacher Jörg Sapper (left) and bio and chemistry teacher Christine Dobras (centre right). The award was presented by Janina Kühn, managing director of the Tridelta Campus (centre left) and the chairman of the grammar school's booster club, Andreas Häusler (right).