With the intention to help Brgy. Pinagsama Taguig, the community where Enderun Colleges is located, ServeHappy Jobs had partnered with the former and the latter in its Livelihood Training Program facilitated by Enderun Colleges’ NSTP Class. The program ended with a graduation ceremony held last December 18 where they held their training.
Servehappy Jobs role as a partner is to help the graduates of the program immediately find jobs in the F&B and Hospitality Industries since the training given was for Hospitality Arts, Culinary Arts and Entrepreneurship.
Free training classes started last October 23 and were held in the Barangay Hall. The program ended last December 11, 2018. These classes equipped the trainees with the basic knowledge and skills needed in the Hospitality and Culinary fields.
Sixteen graduates passed the program with flying colors and graduated just in time for the Enderun students’ semestral break.
“Hindi lang pagluluto, kasama na rin ang kalinisan at tamang pag-process at costing and handling ng mga pagkain. Makakatulong po ang lahat ng natutunan namin. Hindi lang kaalaman pati saya ang dulot po ng mga natutunan namin.” said Jhaybee Mabalo, a student from the Culinary Arts class.
Jonel Evilla, another Culinary Arts trainee said, “Malaking bagay ito sa akin lalo na at mahilig ako magluto at pati na rin pagtaas ng kumpyansa sa aking sarili…”
ServeHappy Jobs’ advocacy to give opportunities to the underprivileged was actualized with the help of Brgy. Captain Nonie Veloria, Kagawad Lita Quinones of Brgy Pinagsama, Dean Ed Rodriguez, President and Ms. Sarah Navarro, Social Orientation and Community Development Manager of Enderun Colleges.
Education and learning knows no age nor boundaries. It is always one’s aspiration to be able to achieve his dream. However, there are times when one may feel that he is deprived of this because of life’s circumstances. Let not these obstacles stop one from pursuing one’s goal. There will always be a way if one strives hard.There will always be something out there around the corner as it was literally in Brgy Pinagsama, Taguig City.