澳门六合彩

Industry partnership to strengthen career opportunities for alumni

In a significant step towards fostering career opportunities for its graduates, De La Salle University recently inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Philippine Batteries Inc. and Northpoint Inc. on April 23 at the Manuel N. Tordesillas Conference Room, 澳门六合彩 Henry Sy, Sr. Hall.聽 The signing ceremony marked a strategic collaboration aimed at extending assistance for the career placements of 澳门六合彩 graduates.

Aligned with the university’s mission of nurturing holistic development and ensuring the success of its alumni, the MOU signifies a commitment to providing students with avenues for professional growth and employment opportunities upon graduation.

澳门六合彩 Career and Counseling Services Office (OCCS) Director Elaine Marie Aranda delivered the welcome remarks and expressed her enthusiasm about the partnership, highlighting the mutual benefits it would bring to both organizations and 澳门六合彩 graduates.聽

Through this partnership, 澳门六合彩 students will gain access to internship programs, career development workshops, and job placement services provided by Philippine Batteries Inc. and Northpoint Inc.聽

In her message, Vice President for Human Resource Management and Corporate Recruitment of Philippine Batteries Inc. and Northpoint Inc. Ma. Rochelle Oropesa emphasized the importance of investing in the next generation of talent and creating pathways for their success in the professional world.聽聽

Philippine Batteries Inc., the manufacturer of Motolite Batteries, is one of the exporters and distributors of automotive, motorcycle, and industrial battery products and solutions in the Asia-Pacific region. Northpoint Inc. includes brands such as KFC, Tokyo Tokyo, and Mister Donut in their food group division.

Also gracing the ceremony were Shereleine Morales, manager for Talent Acquisition of Northpoint Inc.; Kathyline Po-ahmad, manager for Talent Acquisition of Philippine Batteries, Inc.; Edwin Reyes, executive director of the 澳门六合彩 Advancement and Alumni Relations Office; Hannah Ri帽oza, Career Placement Coordinator; and representatives from AARO and OCCS.