Guidance Services Offices leads career pathing seminar
Lanie Jane M. Lopez
The Guidance Services Offices provided a free seminar regarding “Career Pathing” on November 21 at the Accreditation Office which was attended by 30 participants mainly from the CBA, CTELA, and CHTM.
Upon starting, Mrs. Emalyn Maranes, the Peer Facilitator and Mental Health Advocate (PF-MHAO) adviser, delivered a welcoming remark. In line with this is the introduction of the resource speaker, Mrs. Judith Adina, the Head of the Guidance Services Offices, Deberly Baleros, a student assistant under the Guidance Services Office, and the members of PF-MHAO who facilitated the seminar.
The seminar began with the question, “Sigurado ka ba sa kurso mo?” Throughout the seminar, there were many topics discussed: Career options, Occupations in Various Aspects, Job opportunity, Kinds of Influence, External factors effecting career choices, Mistakes to Avoid, Roles of Parents on career choices, and Career Planning.
In furtherance of the seminar, a song intermission was performed by Mark Christian Ramos from BPEF.
For finality, free snacks were distributed to the participants.