NEWS RELEASE | 05 November 2019

The guidance counselors and school principals from all public schools within the City of Caloocan convened for the second annual Career Guidance Advocacy Program (CGAP) culminating activity on October 17, 2019, at the Bulwagang Katipunan, New Caloocan City Hall (Main), Grace Park, Caloocan City.

CALM Network Regional Chapter President Jocelyn Antipala (lower right) cascades information and agreements on the recently concluded Regional Career Congress during the annual Career Guidance Advocacy Program (CGAP) culminating activity on October 17, 2019, for school principals and guidance counselors from all public schools within Caloocan City. The event were also graced by DOLE-NCR CAMANAVA Field Office Director Rowella V. Grande (top left), Caloocan PESO Manager Violeta Y. Gonzales (top right), and SDO Caloocan Representative Nimfa Hernaez (lower left) to show their support for the event that was also held in celebration of World Teacher’s Day. (Photo courtesy of DOLE-NCR CAMANAVA Field Office)

The activity was conducted in celebration of the World Teacher’s Day and to recognize the guidance counselors/teachers for independently conducting the career coaching orientations in their own schools. Part of the activity also included providing updates on the Labor Market Information. 

The gathering was organized by the Caloocan City Public Employment Service Office (PESO) headed by Violeta Y. Gonzales.

Career AdvocatesLife Coaches and Mentors (CALM) Network Regional President Jocelyn D.G. Antipala also gave updates on the recently concluded CALM Network Regional Congress stressing on the scholarship programs of CHED-Unifast and how the students can avail of the said scholarship. 

DOLE-CAMANAVA head Director Rowella V. Grande were also present for her message of support prior to closing of the activity.

“Now that the guidance counselors and principals are at par with the up-to-date Labor Market Information, we look forward to more creative ways of cascading the knowledge to all the students in CAMANAVA; that way, we can provide them better guidance as they make their career choices,” said Grande.

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