In the Philippines the impetus in education now is to match students’ personal background and interests with the right courses in college to lead them to the right careers. With a workplace that’s being faced with unemployment, underemployment, and outsourcing, students must come to a career that suits their strengths and talents to a T to make them competitive, complete, and satisfied with their profession.
Adamson University adheres to this belief. Its nine colleges offer courses that appeal to the many interests of high school seniors to provide them with the best career options. If you’re a high school senior, or know someone who will soon be in college, Adamson University will offer you the best advice and options at a career fair this September.
The University is inviting students, parents, and teachers to participate in the 23rd Career Counseling and Guidance Fair which will be held on September 15 and 16, 2011 at the Philippine Trade Training Center, Roxas Boulevard corner Gil Puyat Avenue Extension in Pasay City. Adamson’s Student Recruitment team will join hundreds of local and international institutions for the two-day fair aimed at helping students find the right career based on their skills, competencies, and interests.
Students and parents can look forward to free one-on-one counseling, fun games, orientations and tips on passing college admissions and career aptitude tests, and free seminars to be given by participating schools to showcase their institutions.
This event is endorsed by the Department of Education, Commission on Higher Education and the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) — a testament to its value as a “must-see, must-attend” activity.
This event is organized by International Education Specialists, an organization specializing in helping students attend universities overseas. Visit the Adamson booth from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM or call the Admissions Office at (02) 524-2011 local 102 and look for Ms. Beth Rivera.
See you at the fair!