14 tech-voc Career Ambassadors itinalaga ng TESDA

News Release

Public Information Unit

TESDA

June 6, 2018

 

14 tech-voc Career Ambassadors itinalaga ng TESDA

 

Itinalaga ng Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) ang 14 Technical Vocational and Educational Training (TVET) Career Ambassadors  na magbibigay inspirasyon sa mga kabataan  tungkol sa pagpili ng tamang kurso at kasanayan tungo sa maayos at matagumpay na kinabukasan.

 

Ang nabanggit na mga TVET Career Ambassadors ay maninilbihan mula 2018 hanggang 2019.

 

Sinabi ni TESDA Director General, Sec. Guiling “Gene” A. Mamondiong,  ang mga  ambassadors  na ito ay magsisilbing role models o poster boys and girls ng ahensya para i-promote ang TVET sa loob ng kanilang panunungkulan.

 

Hihimukin at igigiya nila ang mga kabataan tungkol sa pagpili ng tamang kurso dahil makakatulong ito sa matagumpay na career ng isang mag-aaral.

 

“Ambassadors, through public talks and media appearances, help steer and encourage the country’s next generation workers towards their most suitable career paths,” paliwanag ni Mamondiong.

 

Bunsod nito, ang mga career ambassadors ang magiging ‘number one promoter’ ng TVET programs sa pamamagitan ng pakikipag-usap sa media at pagsasalita sa mga forums at meetings.

 

Aniya, pinili lamang ng TESDA ang mga pinakamagagaling na mga TVET graduates na  karamihan sa kanila ay mga scholars o mga naging matagumpay sa kanilang piniling karera para sa Career Ambassadors Program.

 

Ito ay sina  Glenn O. Obillo,  Regional Winner, 2017 TESDA Idol, kumakatawan sa Region l; Karen C. Fabella,  Competitor, 2016 ASEAN Skills Competition ng Region ll; King Paul B. Gabertan,  National Finalist, 2015 Tagsanay Award,  Region lll; Dhebora A.  Juanta, 2nd Runner-Up, 2017 TESDA Idol, National Capital Region (NCR); Joseph B. Jalbuna,   Regional Winner, 2016 TESDA Idol, Region 1V-A;

 

Hernan C. Erorita, National Winner, 2017 TESDA Idol, Region lV-B; Ulysis L. Ferreras, Regional Winner, 2017 TESDA Idol, Region V; Virginia B. Parrenas, National Finalist, 2016 Tagsanay Award, Region Vl; Edlyn P. Casal, Regional Winner, 2014 TESDA Idol, Region Vll; Junie A. Comaling, Gold Medalist, 2017 Philippine Skills Competition, Region lX; Michellene A. Uapal, Regional Winner, 2017 TESDA Idol, Region X; Mary Jane P. Trinidad, 2nd Runner Up, 2016 TESDA Idol, Region Xl; Marco Paolo B. Sosobrado, CEO, Uncle Wok Restaurant, Region Xll at Gail E. Pacquiao, Regional Winner, 2015 TESDA Idol, CARAGA.

 

Samantala,  nanumpa na ang anim sa 14 bagong TESDA Career Ambassadors sa idinaos na  4th National Career Advocay Congress noong Mayo 24 na ginanap sa Oriental Hotel, Legazpi City, Albay.

 

Kasama sa mga nanumpa sina Gabertan, Ferreras, Parrenas, Casal, Trinidad at Pacquiao.

 

Bilang tagapag-taguyod ng TVET, kanilang ipinangako na magiging inspirasyon sila sa mga kabataan at iimpluwensiyahan nila ang mga ito sa pagpili ng tamang kurso sa pamamagitan ng pagbahagi ng kanilang mga success stories at kung paano nakatulong ang TVET para sa kanilang tagumpay.

 

Ang pagtalaga ng career ambassadors ay nakapaloob sa National Career Guidance Advocacy Plan na nilagdaan ng Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), Commission on Higher Education (CHED), Department of Education (DepEd), Department of Science and Technology (DOST), Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) at TESDA.

 

 

News Release

Public Information Unit

TESDA

June 6, 2018

 

TESDA appoints 14 tech-voc career ambassadors

 

The Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) has appointed 14 new Technical Vocational and Educational Training (TVET) Career Ambassadors who will serve as inspiration to the youth in choosing their most suitable career paths.

 

The newly appointed TVET Career Ambassadors will serve from 2018 to 2019.

 

TESDA Director General, Sec. Guiling “Gene” A. Mamondiong said that the ambassadors will serve as role models or poster boys and girls of the agency who will promote the TVET during their term.

 

“Ambassadors, through public talks and media appearances, help steer and encourage the country’s next generation workers towards their most suitable career paths,” said Mamondiong.

 

These career ambassadors, he also said, will become the No. 1 promoters of TVET programs through the media or speaking engagements in forum or meetings.

 

Mamondiong said that TESDA selected the brightest among the TVET graduates, most of them scholars who have become successful in their chosen fields, for the Career Ambassadors Program.

 

The TVET Career Ambassadors are: Glenn O. Obillo,  Regional Winner, 2017 TESDA Idol, Region l; Karen C. Fabella,  Competitor, 2016 ASEAN Skills Competition, Region ll; King Paul B. Gabertan,  National Finalist, 2015 Tagsanay Award,  Region lll; Dhebora A.  Juanta, 2nd Runner-Up, 2017 TESDA Idol, National Capital Region (NCR); Joseph B. Jalbuna,   Regional Winner, 2016 TESDA Idol, Region 1V-A;

 

Hernan C. Erorita, National Winner, 2017 TESDA Idol, Region lV-B; Ulysis L. Ferreras, Regional Winner, 2017 TESDA Idol, Region V; Virginia B. Parrenas, National Finalist, 2016 Tagsanay Award, Region Vl; Edlyn P. Casal, Regional Winner, 2014 TESDA Idol, Region Vll; Junie A. Comaling, Gold Medalist, 2017 Philippine Skills Competition, Region lX; Michellene A. Uapal, Regional Winner, 2017 TESDA Idol, Region X; Mary Jane P. Trinidad, 2nd Runner Up, 2016 TESDA Idol, Region Xl; Marco Paolo B. Sosobrado, CEO, Uncle Wok Restaurant, Region Xll and Gail E. Pacquiao, Regional Winner, 2015 TESDA Idol, CARAGA.

 

Six of the 14 TESDA Career Ambassadors have sworn in at the 4th National Career Advocacy Congress held at the Oriental Hotel in Legazpi City, Albay last May 24. They were Gabertan, Ferreras, Parrenas, Casal, Trinidad and Pacquiao.

 

The Career Ambassadors vowed to inspire the youth and influence career seekers on the most suitable path to take by sharing their stories and how TVET has helped them to their journey to success.

 

The appointment of Career Ambassadors is anchored on the National Career Guidance Advocacy Plan which was signed by the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), Commission on Higher Education (CHED), Department of Education (DepEd), Department of Science and Technology (DOST), Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and TESDA

 

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