ServeHappy Jobs recently signed a memorandum of understanding with Trinity University of Asia (TUA) on October 12, 2018 to help them bring the industry closer to their students.
The MOU signing was held at the office of Dean Fernando V. Trinidad, III, Dean of the College of Hospitality and Tourism Management.
Dean Trinidad and Mr. Caleb Donne Coniate, Officer-in-Charge for Global Education and Industry Relations Office, expressed their excitement on how the partnership will be able to assist the students of the University especially in the departments of Tourism and Hospitality Management, Business Administration, and Information Technology.
Dean Trinidad, Dean of the College of Hospitality and Tourism Management represented the University while Mr. John M. Imbong, a Co-Founder of the company represented ServeHappy Jobs.
To witness the signing were Mr. Coniate and Ms. Tina C. Mateo, Partnerships Manager of ServeHappy Jobs.
Dean Trinidad mentioned their existing programs with industry partners and boasted how their students were able to hone their entrepreneurial skills. With much enthusiasm, Dean Trinidad toured the team around the whole campus showcasing their facilities & even offered them for future projects.
Mr. Imbong matched Dean Trinidad’s enthusiasm and in return discussed how ServeHappy Jobs could bridge the gap between the industry and the student body. Projects of collaboration were also mentioned. Imbong also invited students to a talk regarding social media that he would be giving at the US Embassy.
ServeHappy Jobs aims to give the University’s students a smorgasbord of employment options with easier access. One of ServeHappy’s visions is to give every graduate an opportunity to secure a job, paving way to their dream careers, being able as well to sustain their families.