20th Career Counseling & Guidance Fair: Careers, Education, Options

VICE-PRESIDENT, NOLI DE CASTRO was the Guest of Honor at the “MUST ATTEND” Education Event of the Year – THE 20TH CAREER COUNSELING & GUIDANCE FAIR – on SEPT 15 & 16 at the PICC, Roxas Boulevard and Sept 22 & 23 at the Royale Tagaytay Country Club, in Alfonso, Cavite. Open to all High School Students, more than 10,000 students from 340+ High Schools attended the event.

The Exhibit

The Opening Ceremony of cutting the ribbon was conducted by the Philippine Vice-President, The Honorable Noli De Castro, who has a special interest in mobilizing the youth for the growth and betterment of the country. The Alleviation of Poverty, and the Raising of Standards of Education are priorities on the Vice-President’s agenda in building a just and tolerant society. As such, both the exhibiting colleges and the attendant students were exactly the people that the Vice-President wanted to inspire in the building of a Revitalized and Re-emergent Philippines.

The Career Counseling and Guidance Fair has developed into the largest and best-attended education event in the Philippines. Its purpose is to assist high school students to make well-informed choices when deciding on their Course, College and Career. Both local and international institutions had the opportunity to showcase their capability while advising students about careers and how they need to equip themselves for those careers.

More than 10,000 high school students attended the event as an official Field Trip at its two locations, from more than 380 high schools. Any high school is welcome to attend and can organize a field trip for the September 2009 event by calling Inter-Ed on 819-1001/02.

The continued success of the event and the track record of 20 years of sustained growth, are testament to the organizers’ flair & passion in organizing the event with the highest level of impact and relevance for all participants.

Sponsors

Reflecting the impact of the 20th Career Counseling & Guidance Fair, the event was sponsored by:

Presenters JobsDB.com

Media Partners The Philippine StarThe Manila Times, The Daily Tribune98.7 DZFEMagic 89.9702 DZAS

On-Line Media Partner Getzmo.com

Sponsors The Brain Computer CorporationSelecta Ice-CreamSterling Paper ProductsProfiles Asia

Electronic on-line Registration System

Provided by our Major Sponsor, JobsDB.com, all visitors were registered electronically with their name, school attending, and contact details. They were then issued with a bar-coded ID. When a student was genuinely interested in the institution, they inserted their ID, and selected the institution and their course of interest.

Exhibiting Institutions

PICC Exhibitors

Local 

Academy of International Culinary Arts

Adamson University

Asia Pacific College

Assumption College

Center for Asian Culinary Arts

Central Colleges of the Philippines

Centro Escolar University

Cosmopoint International Institute of Technology

De la Salle – College of St. Benilde

Emilio Aguinaldo College

Enderun Colleges

FEATI University

Federation of Philippine Photographers

Far Eastern University – East Asia

Far Eastern University – Manila

First Academy of Computer Arts

First Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities

iAcademy

Janice Cruz Culinary Studio

Lyceum of the Philippines

Magsaysay Institute of Hospitality and Culinary Arts

Manila Times School of Journalism

Mapua Institute of Technology

Miriam College

National University

New England College

Philippine College of Health Sciences

Philippine State College of Aeronautics

Profiles Asia Pacific

Ricky Reyes Learning Institute

San Beda College Manila

Southville Foreign University

Southville International Schools and Colleges

St. Scholastica’s College, Manila

Techological Institute of the Philippines

TESDA

University of the East

University of the Philippines


Foreign
 

INTO – Foundation INTO Exeter, Manchester, Newcastle and East Anglia Universities – UK

DeVry University, USA

International College of Hotel Management (ICHM), Australia
IIBIT/University of Ballarat, Australia

At-Sunrice GlobalChef Academy, Singapore

Southern New Hampshire University, USA

James Cook University, Singapore

Whitireia Polytechnic, New Zealand

Limkokwing University, Malaysia

 

RTCC Exhibitors

Local

Asia Pacific College

Assumption College

Colegio de Santa Monica

Emilio Aguinaldo College

Enderun Colleges

First Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities

iAcademy

Lyceum of the Philippines

Magsaysay Institute of Hospitality and Culinary Arts

Manila Times School of Journalism

Mapua Institute of Technology

Miriam College

Philippine State College of Aeronautics

Profiles Asia Pacific

Ricky Reyes Learning Institute

Southville Foreign University

Southville International Schools and Colleges

St. Scholastica’s College Manila

TESDA

University of the Philippines


Foreign
 

INTO – Foundation INTO Exeter, Manchester, Newcastle and East Anglia Universities – UK

DeVry University, USA

IIBIT/University of Ballarat, Australia

At-Sunrice GlobalChef Academy, Singapore

Southern New Hampshire University, USA

James Cook University, Singapore

Whitireia Polytechnic, New Zealand

Limkokwing University, Malaysia

International College of Hotel Management, Australia
Objectives

The 20th Career Counseling and Guidance Fair aims to achieve the following:

  1. Promote world class international education and accredited local education to High School students in the Philippines
  2. Showcase the capability and range of programs of both the local and international exhibitors
  3. Assist High School students to make good choices of subject and institution for their higher educational studies
  4. To assist students, teachers, guidance counselors and school administrators through a range of career talks and seminars

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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