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PEOS and labor education for graduating students

Provincial Public Employment Service 

 

In cooperation with schools and universities in the province, the Laguna Provincial Public Employment Service Office (PPESO) conducted a simultaneous Pre-Employment Orientation Seminar (PEOS) and Labor Education for Graduating Students (LEGS) in the cities of San Pedro and Binan on February 27 until March 1, 2018.

 

On February 27, PPESO headed by Ms. Mary Jane B. Corcuera, conducted a PEOS at Our Lady of Assumption College, and LEGS at Colegio de San Pedro where a total of one hundred ninety-six (196) students participated, ninety (90) from Our Lady of Assumption and one hundred six (106) from Collegio de San Pedro.

 

The next day, two sessions of PEOS and LEGS were conducted at the Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP) San Pedro with a total of two hundred seven (207) participants.

 

On March 1, another PEOS was conducted for senior high students at AMA Computer Learning Center (ACLC) San Pedro with a total of one hundred twenty-seven (127) participants. Moreover, a LEGS orientation was also conducted at Laguna Northwestern College with one hundred thirty-nine (139) participants; and at La Consolacion College-Biñan with one hundred (100).

 

The program was implemented for graduating students of vocational and bachelorette courses who will soon join the labor force, and are given the opportunity to partake in the seminars intended to present ideas and cognizance on the country’s labor and employment environment, and guide them on their rights and responsibilities as workers.