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The project Schultopf organizes sponsorship for yearbooks, school and school newspapers. Behind Schultopf is studieren.de - Germany's first and leading search engine for degree programs. The team of studieren.de teaches with Schultopf ads from universities and colleges from all over Germany directly to the interested schools. All pupils and teachers from schools, where a university entrance qualification can be acquired, can participate.
Feedback to the school pot:
Our school newspaper "DER SPARGEL" once again took first place at the Lower Saxony Youth Press Prize. Since our school newspaper can not exist without support such as Schultopf, I personally thank you on behalf of the entire SPARGEL editorial team for our cooperation, which we would like to continue in the years to come.
Kim-Chi Vu, student at the Erich-Kästner-Gymnasium Laatzen, editorial school newspaper "DER SPARGEL"
From the SZ and the Ministry of Culture we were elected the third best student newspaper of all Bavarian grammar schools. The school pot makes a valuable contribution to the economic basis of the paper.
Dr. Klos, teacher at the Egbert-Gymnasium in Münsterschwarzach, student newspaper "PEER"
The ads from Schultopf are useful information for our graduates and a sought-after source of income to finance the newspaper.
Merle Fuhr, pupil at the comprehensive school Peter Joseph Lenné, editor-in-chief of the school newspaper "Lenné-Überflieger"
Thank you for the uncomplicated cooperation. Your ads always ensure the financial survival of our school newspaper.
Angelika Burkhardt, teacher at Rhöngymnasium Kaltensundheim, student newspaper "Zünder"
Just as we are still in the starting blocks and the children have been working for almost an entire school year on an end product whose meaning they have not yet been able to experience, it is my job to motivate them again and again. Thanks to the schoolboy I was able to tell them today that we have found a first sponsor for the newspaper and you can certainly imagine how enthusiastic the students were. They were hard to stop because of their motivation.
Bianca Riedl, teacher at the Gymnasium Bad Kreuznach at the Roman fort