Katalógusunk online böngészhető.
V.1.: Munkaszüneti nap
V.4.: Utolsó tanítási nap végzősöknek
V.4.: Osztályozó értekezlet végzősöknek
V.5.: Bolond ballagás
Katalógusunk online böngészhető.
SzFSzC. Jáky József Szakgimnázium
Iskolánk délutános takarítónőt keres 8 órában.
Érdeklődés esetén, kérjük adjon be iskolánkba egy önéletrajzot.
Veszprémi székhelyű mélyépítéssel foglalkozó cég vagyunk. Több területre is keresünk frissen végzett munkatársakat:
- építésvezető munkakör:
feladatai: meghatározott munkaterület helyi irányítása, az esetleges alvállalkozók koordinálása, építési napló vezetése, munkaterület gép- és létszámigényének meghatározása, kitűzések elvégzése, munkatársak és gépek munkálatainak irányítása
- műszaki előkészítő munkakör:
feladatai: az ajánlatkérések feldolgozása, felmérések beárazása, árajánlatok kezelése, közbeszerzési pályázatok elkészítése
Középfokú mélyépítési vonalon végzett tanulmány előny, de nem feltétel.
Önéletrajzokat a firstname.lastname@example.org e-mail címre várjuk.
An interview with
AMERICAN EXCHANGE STUDENT
at JÁKY 2004/2005
Matt! As an exchange student why did you choose Hungary and Székesfehérvár?
The reason I chose to come to Hungary was because I knew nothing about it. Everything was new. In school, we had learned about France, Germany, England, etc...., so I wanted to go to a place that I new nothing about. I didn't choose to come to Szekesfehervar, but luckily I was placed there with a wonderful family.
What things did you find the strangest and the most difficult?
The hardest thing about being in Hungary was definitely the fact that I didn't know any of the language. I couldn't read anything, I couldn't write, couldn't speak, and could understand people (at first). But after a while, I learned how, and everything was okay. It was also strange to live in a city at first. At home, in Maine, I live in a small town in the middle of the forest. I had never been on a city bus people. I have never had neighbors. But, this isn't a bad thing. I am glad I got to live in Szekesfehervar.
Did you try to learn Hungarian? If yes do you think it was easy or hard and can you use it anywhere?
As for learning Hungarian, prior to coming, I didn't know one word. However, I found it very easy to learn when you are surrounded by the language all day, every day, and have to use it. I have studied foreign languages in school in the US and I learned more Hungarian in a year than in other languages I have been studying for almost ten years. The language itself is challenging and very different from English, but, by living in Hungary with a family and attending a Hungarian school I was able to understand/speak well within months. Unfortunately, I live in the state of Maine, where almost no Hungarians live, so I'm not able to use it here.
How did you like the school and the people?
I also really liked the people at Jáky. Everyone was really understanding of my situation, and everyone was very helpful. I was impressed when people spoke English with me, everyone did a good job. Because I didn't know Hungarian, I didn't go to Jáky to learn things like math, history, etc. I attended school to help with my Hungarian as well as to experience school like a Hungarian person.
Where are you now? What do you do?
Right now, I'm almost 22. I live in Gray, Maine, and I go to University in Portland, and work part-time. I'm studying French mostly and I have decided that I want to be a diplomat after I graduate.
Finally, are you planning to return to Hungary?
I visit Hungary once a year and I know I will keep visiting forever.
Thank you very much for answering our questions! Bye.
It was my pleasure. Bye.
The interview was made by Szántó Lilla and Winkelman Nikolett students from class 11.A , in March 2010.
Teacher consultant: Geleszné Földváry Viktória
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