Although the training campus is primarily a counseling center for young people with a migration background who are looking for training or employment, it is also a place for young people with a migration background who are looking for a job. Regardless of nationality, age, gender and residence status, what counts is the visitor's personal experience. However, the majority have a refugee background. In order to reach the target group the training campus maintains close contacts with various schools and institutions, invites classes and approaches people in refugee accommodation and offers tutoring on site.
In addition to needs and process orientation the work of the training campus aims to make use of the skills and talents regardless of educational background or origin. This applies to former clients who would like to work on the training campus on a voluntary basis or as interns as well as to Germans of all ages who would like to support the training campus in general, teach small groups or coach individuals. Within the horizontal structures people who are committed to civic engagement quickly practice participation and assume responsibility by carrying out their own project. Especially refugees who switch from seeking help to charge and work alongside German volunteers and full-time staff feel their effectiveness. So the work of the training campus would not be possible without the cooperation of the volunteers.