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NISU partners with PESO, Prov. Capitol Iloilo for Job Fair, Career Orientation and Job Placement



With the aim of supporting students in their professional growth and job employability, Northern Iloilo State University-MMain Campus, in partnership with Provincial Capitol Iloilo and the Public Employment Service Office (PESO), conducted the 2024 Job Fair, Career Orientation, and Job Placement on May 31 at the mini theater.
Over 300 graduates and fourth-year graduating students attended the job fair.
The event was supported by 17 companies, namely Angelina Bakeshop, MCR Agriventure, SM Hypermarket, Carlos Bakery Cafe, Confluence Health and Wellness Products, Grand Canyon Multiholdings, Inc., IQOR Iloilo, Supervalue Inc. (SM Supermarket), Transcom Worldwide Phil., Inc., Trualliant BPO Inc., Philippine Army, Community Economic Ventures Inc., Sagility, Jenerick International Manpower Inc., and Placewell International Services Corporation.
SSS, Phil Heath, Pag-ibig, DMW BIR, and National ID help desks were also put up during the event.
Cynthia P. Dario, PESO Representative, shared the importance of the occasion in helping the students, especially the job seekers, find the right work and a better future.
"Be patient. Dapat maging competitive kamo permi. Interpersonal skill is as important as your academics," Dario noted.
Nelaida Nanette Epiz, Provincial PESO Focal, also reiterated that the event will help make the process accessible for job seekers in reaching out to companies.
"Ini makahatag oportunidad sa pamaagi nga makabulig sa inyo para indi na kamo magkadto sa mga offices nila city," she added.
In addition, the event also introduced the Republic Act 11261, or First Time Job Seeker Act which is essential for first-time job seekers.
A career orientation and job placement in the afternoon was also held that highlighted the functions and services of PESO.
Meanwhile, Technical Sergeant Julius C. Sorongon tackled the opportunities of graduating students in the Philippine Army by proceeding as a trainee with a guaranteed pay.
Present also in event were Dr. Jomartin C. Limson, Maria Antoinette D. Aquino, Etheldreda P. Asturias and Prof. Mark Anthony P. Lopez.
Photos by Jared Redilla