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Career Treat for the Grade 12 Students of Makati Science High School

Making the right choice of career coupled with the proper work attitude is seen as important factors in addressing the concerns on youth employment. It is in this context that the Guidance and Counseling Office of the Makati Science High School conducted Career Guidance sessions on 15 September 2017. The activity was conducted in two sessions and participated by the students of Grade 12 including their parents.

Mr. Ryan Roberto E. Delos Reyes, Sr. LEO of the Employment promotion and Workers Welfare Division was tapped to be the resource person. In his presentation, he gave the education landscape of the Region and emphasized the importance of having the right information on the needs of the labor market, skills needed by the Key Employment Generators of the Region, and the proper attitude and mindset to have better career chances. He likewise oriented the students in their preparation for the job market. Topics in resume writing and job interview was presented to give the participants a clear view in acing wage employment.

The students, all from the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, showed their appreciation by further inquiring on their career choices under said education track. The parents were likewise appreciative as some even shared their work experiences to corroborate the lectures presented to them.

The activity is one of the initiatives of the Department to address job-skills mismatch and at the same time, bridge the sector to employment opportunities and prepare them in their eventual entry to the world of work.


By: Ryan Roberto E. Delos Reyes, Senior LEO, TSSD-EPWW

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