03/12/2018 Bestlink College of the Philippines connects its graduates to career opportunities

Hallo Hallo Job and 30 companies join Bestlink College of the Philippines in their two-day job fair at the main campus and Millionaires Village (MV) campus in Novaliches, Quezon City on March 9-10, 2018.

Come this April 2018, approximately 2,000 graduating college students from the school’s main campus and MV campus will be marching to receive their diploma and take on greater new responsibilities of being agents of change in the society. These future graduates submitted their resume to Hallohallo Inc. and registered at the Hallo Hallo Job website, most of applicants are eyeing to join the company as a Web Designer and Programmer.

Aside from its graduating class, undergraduates and senior high school students are also planning to take advantage of their free time this summer and apply for part-time jobs.

Founded in 2002, there have been an annual increase of enrollees since then. The non-stock, non-profit and non-sectarian institute provides accessible education to dedicated students especially the underprivileged youth. By subsidizing the student’s tuition through the Tawag ng Panginoong Foundation Inc, students will pay for the miscellaneous fee only worth ₱4,000 per semester. Moreover, students can easily apply for scholarship programs.

Guidance Counselor and job fair organizer Ms. Ma. Amable Betis shared “we instill in the mind of the students that humility and being charitable is just two of the best qualities one can have here at Bestlink”.

Bestlink College of the Philippines has three branches of campus—the main campus in Quirino Highway, Quezon City, the Millionaires Village campus, and the Bulacan Campus which offer four-year CHED degree programs and TESDA-accredited courses.

On the other hand, senior high school students can enroll in their GAS, ABM, HUMSS, STEM, and Technical-Vocational courses for the next school year. Students can look forward to the school’s free uniform, books for one year, and exciting activities such as science camping and stage play.

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