The Guidance and Testing Center in cooperation with College of Engineering, Computer Studies and Architecture conducted Career Awareness Seminar entitled “Choosing the Right Path, Building a Bright Future!” to all second year students. The seminar was conducted last November 22, 2016 at Audio-Visual Theater for the Department of Architecture (DOA); November 25, 2016 at University Auditorium for the Department of Engineering (DOE), November 29, 2016 at Audio-Visual Theater, and December 8, 2016 at Rm. S424 for the Department of Computer Studies (DCS).
This aimed to improve their academic self-concept and achieve school success so that they will acquire the attitude, knowledge and skills that may contribute to their effective learning. The seminar also targeted to develop career awareness and employment readiness so that they will acquire the skills to make informed career decisions.
Arch. James Tepace, Engr. Annalyn Romero, Mr. Rommel Dy and Mr. Raymund Constante were the resource speakers. They generously shared their knowledge, wisdom, experiences, and expertise.
Arch. James Tepace (Resource Speaker) sharing his knowledge and wisdom to all second year Architecture students
Arch. Alma Libranda, Chairperson of DOA, giving the inspirational message to all second year Architecture students
Awarding of the Certificates and token to the Resource Speaker, Arch. Tepace
Engr. Annalyn Romero, Resource Speaker, sharing her wisdom and knowledge to all second year Engineering students
Mr. Felbert Castañaday, the QEE Adviser and Laboratory Head of the Engineering Department, giving the inspirational message to all second year Engineering students
Awarding of Certificate to the Resource Speaker, Engr. Annalyn Romero
Second year IT students listening to the wonderful talk of Mr. Rommel Dy (Resource Speaker)
Mr. Elmer C. Matel, the DCS Chairperson giving the inspirational message to all second year IT students
After the awarding of Certificate and giving the token to the Resource Speaker, Mr. Rommel Dy
Mr. Raymund Constante, Resource Speaker for second year CS students