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CGC conducts Career Guidance Week for MCL-SHS

The Center for Guidance and Counseling (CGC) held a week-long event to guide MCL Senior High School students in deciding for their future careers last July 31 to August 3, 2017.

Malayan Colleges Laguna Senior High School (MCL-SHS) students went through a 4-day career guidance event organized by the Center for Guidance and Counseling (CGC) entitled “Looking beyond SHS” from July 31 to August 3, 2017.

Students under Grades 11 and 12 attended Career Talks with topics covering the K to 12 Work Immersion Program, job resources, and college preparedness, among others.

The major events of the occasion were the Career Talks for Grade 11 and 12 students. Reminding the audience that choosing a college program or a career is important and has consequences was MCL-SHS Principal Mr. John Vincent Salayo. He even advised them to be serious about making their choices, not compromising their health and time for the family.

Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) representatives Ms. Marjorie Arcebuche, Ms. Daisy Ramos, and Ms. Cristela Caspillan discussed the Labor Advisory No. 08-16 (Protection for SHS Students on K to 12 Work Immersion Program), RA 9231 (Anti-Child Labor Act), and the different job resources (online, word of mouth, classified ads, etc.), respectively.

CGC also opened photo and message booths at the E.T. Yuchengco Lobby, where students were encouraged to write down what they wish to become in 15 years.





Ms. Caspillan ended her session by imparting to the students her favorite saying: “It’s not just your aptitude, but your attitude that will lead you to your altitude.”

Moreover, Ms. Mariz Borgoños, RGC, RPm, gave tips on college preparedness and decision-making.

Mapua University’s Admissions Officer Ms. Sandra Honorio and MCL’s Ms. Hazel Tricia Mendoza and Ms. Mary Ann Rose Bailon were also present to share about the brief history, the achievements, the program offerings, and the perks of being a student of each school.

Aside from the talks, CGC also held Career photo and video contests for the participating students, and put up a photo booth, a message booth where they completed the statement “15 years from now, I see myself…,” and an online career search at the ETY Lobby.


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