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Scholars back seminars in a row

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Scholars back seminars in a row

Melody Sacapaño


Through the efforts of Mr. Edrayl Domingo, CSO Coordinator and Prof. Rolando C. Forca, CSO Adviser the Congressional Scholars Organization (CSO) initiated a series of seminar-workshops.


Resource Persons. (L-R) Miss Trina Q. Firmalo, Atty. Leah Irao and Mr. Norman Lopez of DOLE.

Employment Opportunities, Career Trends and Business Writng was held at RSC Library on November 25 last year. Resource persons were Mr. Norman Lopez, Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) and Atty. Leah Irao of the Asian Financial Institute. The seminar aimed to give more knowledge and awareness in facing the trends of career and job opportunities, and to familiarize with important matters in writing a pleasing and presentable business letter.


Environmental Awareness and Preservation Seminar was held in the month of October at Food Processing Building. There were three Resource Speakers; Mr. Shawn Dolan, Mr. Jeremy Goldbatt and Mr. Adam Hanson, US Peace Corps shared thoughts that enhanced the environmental awareness of individuals in preserving the beauty and wonders of nature.


Practical and Basic First Aid Treatment was conducted last  January 20. Dr. Vicente Q. Firmalo served as the Resource Speaker.


Those series of seminars were attended mostly by scholars, students from different schools and even teachers.

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