Expo Highlights 21st Century Career Opportunities, Trends
(Dated Posted: 04/01/2019)
One thousand four hundred forty-seven students from different institutions acquired ne understanding on choosing career as Lipa City Colleges' Marketing Communications and Scholarship Program Office initiated the 6th Career Expo with the theme "Reinventing Self for Future Career Success" held at LCC Carlos B. Mojares Gymnasium, February 20.
Far Eastern University Career Services Section Head Mr. Miguelito A. Relente presented lectures on choosing a good career, trends in career in 21st century and modern breakthrough in the field of career opportunities.
Mr. Relente is a graduate of Master of Arts in Education major in Guidance and Counselling and School Psychology at the Philippine Normal University. He is also Career Management Fellow at Institute of Career Certification International, TESDA Assessor for National Certification and currently Section Head of Career Services and Guidance Counsellor of FEU.
Moreover, twenty-eight participating schools witnessed the said expo including Anilao National High School, Bayorbor National High School , Bolbok Integrated National High School, Bulacnin Integrated National High School, Holy Family Academy, Inosluban Marawoy Integrated National High School, Lipa City National High School, Lipa City Senior High School, Lipa City Sports Academy, Lodlod Integrated National High School, Lumbang Integrated National High School, Padre Garcia National High School, Pansol National High School, Pinagkawitan Integrated National High School, Pinagtongulan Integrated National High School, San Celestino Integrated National High School, San Guillermo Academy, Southgate Institute of Malvar, St, Augustine School of Nursing, St. John Academy of Visual and Performing Arts, St. Joseph Academy, Sto. Niño Formation and Science High School, Taysan National High School, The Lipa Grace Academy, The Mabini Academy, University of Batangas and Mataasnakahoy National High School.
"We enjoyed the expo because of the topics made us to understand the implication of choosing a right career. It was a nice move that we participated on the said expo and we learned a lot that made use aware of the future that waits." Lipa City National High School Grade 10 student Jether Marion Ramirez quoted.
The said expo aimed to have a better understanding of educational and career opportunities and options and to assist students in making meaningful and informed career choices as they enter college or senior high school.