Career Expo 2018 Ushers Junior and Senior High Studes into Prospective Tracks and Programs
(Dated Posted: 03/19/2018)
March 7, 2018; Carlos R. Mojares Gymnasium. With the theme "Expanding Horizons, Exploring Possibilities," the Career Expo 2018 initiated by the Marketing Communications and Scholarship Programs Office (MCSPO) highlighted on the tracks that would-be Grade 10-ompleters may take as they enter the Senior High School Program and the degree programs that prospective Grade 12-graduates may enroll in College by school year 2018 - 2019.
In her Opening Remarks, Dr. Dina Catalina C. Dayon (Vice President for Academic Affairs) commended MCSPO headed by Mr. Aldwin R. Jose for spearheading such a program that is crucial since this would be the first time in Philippine Education history that we shall be turning in Grade 10-completers and Grade 12 graduates. She also thanked Lipa City Colleges' partner schools represented by teacher-advisers for allowing their respective students to attend the program and thus giving them the opportunity to be accordingly guided in terms of the career path that they would take further in their studies. LCC's very own Basic Education arm - the LCC Silvercrest Junior and Senior High School Departments were also among the attendees
Mr. Jose then introduced the Resource Person, Mr. Virgilio M. Sedo (Admissions Officer of San Beda College, Alabang) who gave helpful tips to the audience on how to correctly choose the track and the degree program based on their personality, abilities, and interests. He also emphasized the importance of constantly seeking advice from persons in authority such as their Principal. Teacher-adviser, and Guidance Officers about anything that they may have difficulty with especially at this point that they are at an important threshold in their student life.
Apart from the Career Talk, the program also included a tour of the school's various facilities, a Modeling Part that featured selected Senior High School students of LCC Silvercrest in their school uniform and department shirt and college students wearing the school uniform and their respective OJT attire and representing the different degree programs, and a couple on Intermission Numbers that showcased the singing prowess of LCC students.