ETYCB holds College Career Fest 2017
Social entrepreneur and inspirational leadership speaker, Mr. Marlon Molmisa, was present to give one of the plenary talks at the College Career Fest (CCF) 2017.
This year’s M.I.C.E. (Meetings, Incentives, Conventions, and Exhibition) Management class of the E.T. Yuchengco College of Business (ETYCB) organized College Career Fest (CCF) 2017: Future Unlocked last March 3.
A sponsors fair and mock interview session was held in the morning of CCF 2017.
With its goal to help unlock another chapter of the participants’ career and personality development, the career event had invited companies and speakers to further instill corporate knowledge in them.
CCF 2017 was divided into 2 sessions. A sponsors fair and a mock interview session happened in the morning, while plenary talks took place in the afternoon.
Prof. Merle U. Ruiz’s Personality Development class prepared a fashion show, displaying proper attires for interviews.
Visitors from Uratex, Pru Life UK, Seda, Micro-Star International (MSI), HRInternational Inc. (HRI), Payment Wall, Gardenia, Amaia, and Eventscape introduced themselves to the audience.
The organizers put up an I.D. photobooth and a resume builder to better prepare the students for their industry key requirements.
Present to give another plenary talk in the afternoon was Seda Nuvali Hotel's Assistant HR Manager, Ms. Colleen Leviste, who shared tips on job applications.
Mr. Marlon Molmisa, a social entrepreneur and inspirational leadership speaker, shared a career game plan that would help the audience in their future profession. Before exiting the stage, he gave them a Steve Jobs quote to remember: “That’s been one of my mantras – focus and simplicity. Simple can be harder than complex: You have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple.”
Lastly, Seda Nuvali Hotel’s Assistant HR Manager Ms. Colleen Leviste imparted several tips on how to create a pleasing resume, apply for a job, and nail an interview.
For the closing remarks, Prof. Florenda De Vero reminded the audience that “opportunities don’t happen,” so they have to create them.
Proceeds from CCF 2017 were donated for the benefit of students of Alternative Learning System-Mamatid, Cabuyao, Laguna, one of MCL’s adopted communities.