TABUK CITY, Kalinga – A recognition program for the on-the-job (OJT) students of Kalinga State University (KSU) was held today at the office of Tabuk Municipal Officials and Employees Multipurpose Cooperative (TMOEMPC).
The TMOEMPC funded this program to acknowledge the outstanding performance of two BS Financial Management students who were stationed at the TMOEMPC for four months.
This is the first time that college students have been deployed to the TMOEMPC for their internship, according to City Cooperatives Officer and TMOEMPC Manager Catherine Lee Uera, and it is an excellent opportunity for them to obtain additional knowledge and skills relevant to their course.
Uera further stated that, based on the students’ good performance during their internship, they may be recommended for employment as TMOEMPC staff.
Leah Mae Lalic and Mary Rose Hernandez were recognized for their OJT, which allowed them to acquire personal experience with financial transactions, bookkeeping, and accounting tasks, as well as assisting TMOEMPC clients with their loan applications.
Aside of the Certificate of Completion, the students also received P2,000.00 each which was awarded by TMOEMPC as token for their ideal performance of their duties. Said cash token was awarded by Olive Solomon, cashier; Catherine Lee Uera, Manager; Engr. Ronald Ryan Jose, Board of Directors (BOD)Chairperson; Elenita Latugat, Vice Chairperson; and Dinah Gallingan, BOD member.
Mayor Darwin Estrañero said various offices of the city government are open to accept OJT students to hone their potential as future employees of the government and private agencies and offices.