Our seminar team
Thomas Krohn organizes the school newspaper seminars in Europe House Marienberg for about 20 year. He was born in 1973 in Mainz. The student newspaper work led him to study journalism in Münster and Mainz. As a board member and chairman of a youth press association in Hessen he organized different seminars and coordinated the school newspaper competition. After leaving school he worked as a freelancer, among others for the Mainzer Rhein Zeitung and the Hessian Radio. His internship he completed in the publishing environment Frankfurter Neue Presse / Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung / Journal Frankfurt. In 2000 he took over the editorial board of the regional online service of the publishing group and forwarded this for almost ten years. Today he works as freelancer and supports, among others, the Europe House Marienberg at seminars for different target groups.
I am Andrew, 30, and since last September I run with a small, new agency in the political education and communication in the German region Hunsrück. I know the Europe House Marienberg for about three years and since September 2014 I am involved as a teamer. However, events related to Europe I am doing for over 10 years. I learned the job at the Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung (Federal Agency for Civic Education) in the network of Young European Professionals, I am managing that project since March. I am also office manager of the newly opened Europa Point in Bonn at the premises of the European Commission Representation at the Bertha-von-Sutter-Platz.
My name is Isabell and I am 21 years old. I study civil engineering and have already participated in youth projects in Bad Marienberg for several times – both as participant an as team member. It will be the first editorial seminar to which I’m really looking forward to.
I am Katharina, 33 years old. I have already done many different things, currently I am a student of the history of art and comparative studies. I have worked in a library as a specialist for media and information services, later as human resources manager for nursing professionals. Then I went back to school and on to university. A couple of years ago I started as a teamer in the Europahaus Marienberg and attend international seminars. It is always an adventure to meet so many great people and I am really looking forward to this week and what we all together make of it.