ServeHappy Jobs inks partnership with San Sebastian College – Recoletos

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Tina MateoWritten by:

October 10, 2018 – With the commitment to help students have more access to better jobs, San Sebastian College – Recoletos (SSC-R) signed a partnership with ServeHappy Jobs in their main campus in Manila on Wednesday.

ServeHappy Jobs is now one of the official Job Board Partners of San Sebastian College – Recoletos.

SSC-R aims to actively assist its students and alumni with their internship and employment programs through specially designed seminars and workshops.This commitment to aid the student body in gaining access to better jobs and securing employment upon graduation is in line with SSC-R’s continued support for all their students and alumni.

School President, Father Nemesio D. Tolentino, OAR, and Vice President for Student Affairs, Father Ferdinand V. Fornilos, OAR Mr. John M. Imbong, Co-founder and Ms. Ma. Cristina C. Mateo, Partnerships Manager were all in attendance to witness and represent this momentous event as they all signed the official partnership documents ensuring the nurtured growth and assistance for all SSC-R students.

On the photo: L-R Tina Mateo, Partnership Manager, John Imbong, Co- Founder, Father Nemesio Tolentino OAR, School President, Ferdinand Fornilos OAR, Vice President for student affairs

Two other industry partners of the school, Accenture and ITHured Inc. were also present in the event.

To witness the signing were External Affairs Office Head, Mr. Jay A. Ramirez; College Dean, Dr. Lolita de Guzman; Program Chair for Computer Science, Mr. Joselito Carpio; Program Chair for Hospitality Management, Ms. Ma. Teresa Valeroso; and the Program Chair for Information and Technology, Ms. Princess Arleen Zamora.  

Proceedings were administered by Ms. Ma. Teresa Ronquillo, Student Development and Placement Center Head.

SSC-R is one of the Augustinian Recollect Schools in the Philippines.

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