Am 15. und 16. September 2023 fand der Unternehmertrag in Leutschach statt, veranstaltet von der Obereder GmbH. Unter dem Motto Nachfolge und mehr bot das Unternehmen wieder eine Plattform für Fachvorträge. Die FH Kufstein Tirol trug mit einem praxisorientierten Vortrag bei.
The University of Applied Sciences Kufstein Tirol uses the alumni award to award its graduates who show a special degree of social involvement by their charitable and socially responsible actions.
The University of Applied Sciences Kufstein Tirol gives an annual award with a donation of 1,000 euros for special commitment in one of the following 3 areas
- Corporate social responsibility,
- Charitable projects or
- Contributions to society.
- The award is given at Homecoming.
- The winner must be present at the time that the award is given.
The prize will be given digitally if the event does not take place because of the corona situation.
All graduates have the opportunity
- to apply for the alumni award themselves or
- to nominate former fellow students.
To introduce a project from one of the 3 areas, which are corporate social responsibility, charitable projects or contributions to society, please send an informal, one-page letter by email to:
Deadline: May 2, 2021
A panel at the University of Applied Sciences Kufstein Tirol will assess the applications according to the following criteria:
- Personal motivation
- Socio-political importance
- Scope of the project’s achievement
- Future outlook of the project
- Use of the 1,000 euro prize money
The alumni award has been given at the University of Applied Sciences Kufstein Tirol since 2018.
Leandra Irrgang, BA
The winner of the Alumni Award 2022 is Leandra Irrgang, graduate of International Business & Management, for her commitment to the non-profit organization Labdoo. Labdoo is a worldwide network of volunteers that enables children to have access to digital devices and technology. The platform is open to everyone worldwide and equips laptops or tablets that are no longer used with powerful educational software. Flight sponsors transport the IT donations to the sites in a CO2-neutral manner and collect them for repair or recycling. "With the prize money of €1,000, we can process around 150 devices that will benefit children all over the world," Leandra said happily at the award ceremony.
Michael Struber, BA
Michael Struber, a graduate of the Sports, Culture and Event Management degree program, received the Alumni Award 2021 at the virtual HomeComing event for the project “Netzwerk Taugl”. In his free time, the event manager is committed to his home community and founded an association for its development in 2018. The prize money of 1000 € is intended to be used to expand the network of hiking trails and to develop a set of rules for traditional card games in St. Koloman.
Theresa Dorfer, BA
Theresa Dorfer received the alumni award 2019 for her Sportunion regioMOTION club, which offers a diversified sports program for young & old to enable a health-conscious lifestyle that is also fun, especially for children. Many sports projects have already been implemented in the Murau region in Styria since the club was founded in November 2018.
René Moser, MA
René Moser as head of the Lake Achen location of the Austrian Red Cross Tirol District Office Schwaz is the winner of the alumni award 2018. In his function at the Red Cross, he coordinates over 30 persons and is also responsible for the strategic orientation of the office. Thus, Moser expanded the portfolio with numerous volunteer service areas, among these disaster relief, crisis intervention and much more. “We founded the Lake Achen Youth Group with our latest project.” Thus, we can now introduce children and youths to the work of the Red Cross and offer first-aid and emergency assistance courses,” explained Moser. I am very happy, and I feel honored to be the first laureate of the alumni award. The timing of this donation is ideal since we can now invest in new training equipment for the youth group. We are currently planning to acquire a defibrillator for training purposes,” said Moser.