Higher Education & Training



Remote Work is possible.

Company languages
English, German

per e-mail

Contact person

Matthew Poet



About us

The Hertie School in Berlin prepares exceptional students for leadership positions in government, business, and civil society. The school offers master’s programmes, executive education and doctoral programmes, distinguished by interdisciplinary and practice-oriented teaching, as well as outstanding research. Its extensive international network positions it as an ambassador of good governance, characterised by public debate and engagement. The school was founded in 2004 by the Hertie Foundation, which remains its major funder. The Hertie School is accredited by the state and the German Science Council.

Understand today. Shape tomorrow.

Why we are a partner of STICKS & STONES

The Hertie School is a community committed to shared values of equity, diversity and inclusion in order to achieve and sustain excellence. We can attain the best results in research and teaching in a community that promotes different perspectives and new ideas and celebrates the full spectrum of human diversity across all dimensions including gender, ethnicity, socio-economic status, age, race, national origin, sexual orientation, disability and religion or belief/world view. Diversity is a source of enrichment, innovation and creativity for the school. It is a critical factor for achieving and sustaining excellence and for educating our students and this is why we are a partner of SticksNStones.

Career opportunities
  • Working student
  • Thesis (BA/MA)
  • Doctoral thesis
We are currently looking for

Students who wish to pursue one of our graduate programmes or executive education courses, and who wish to specialise in public-policy, international affairs, public administration and governance.

We offer these LGBTIQ+ related measures and services in our company
  • LGBTIQ+ Diversity Management
  • Protection against LGBTIQ+ discrimination in the Code of Conduct or similar.
  • No gender-specific dress codes
  • Participation in queer public events (CSD/pride/queer street festivals/etc.)
  • Gender-inclusive language in official internal communications
  • Use of new first names possible before official change of personal status (for door signs, email addresses, etc.)
  • Training for employees on how to deal with sexual and gender diversity
  • Confidential support in the coming-out process
  • Measures to reduce prejudices and fears towards HIV-positive employees
  • Measures to strengthen LGBTIQ+ health, Anonymized application procedures
  • Program for allies, e.g., an ambassador program or other measures to promote allyship (allies are supporters of the LGBTIQ+ community)
  • Commitment by business partners to LGBTIQ+ protections in their code of conduct (e.g., in a supplier code of conduct)
  • Gender-neutral restrooms
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