Job fair highlights passion at work

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University of the Philippines officials during the opening of the University Job Fair 2018 at the Ang Bahay ng Alumni, UP Diliman, Quezon City on April 10, 2018. (Photo by Jonathan Madrid, UP MPRO)
University of the Philippines officials during the opening of the University Job Fair 2018 at the Ang Bahay ng Alumni, UP Diliman, Quezon City on April 10, 2018. (Photo by Jonathan Madrid, UP MPRO)

 

The University Job Fair 2018, dubbed as the biggest career fair in the University of the Philippines Diliman, was held at the Ang Bahay ng Alumni on April 10 to 13.

With the theme “Passion at Work”, the event featured a variety of booths, talks, and presentations by professionals from UP’s partner corporations for students and attendees to learn more about potential internship and job opportunities.

No less than UP President Danilo L. Concepcion himself delivered an inspiring talk to the participants to encourage them to appreciate the importance of starting to find the career path on which they can commit to work honorably, excellently, and passionately, as they contribute positively to the nation and society through their work.

At a recruitment hub for participating corporations to be able to hire UP’s graduating students, attendees submitted their printed resumes or provided them on-site through online registration. Some government agencies also provided auxiliary services.

 

Job fair highlights passion at work

 

The University Job Fair 2018 was made possible through partnerships with: Bank of China, Chevron, Collabera Technologies, GMA New Media Inc., Migo, Schneider Electric, Balsam International – Philippine ROHQ, Bank of the Philippine Islands, Careers at Ayala Group, Department of Energy, Kickstart Ventures Inc., Princeton Review, Vista Land, Adobo Connection, Asia United Bank, Asian Institute of Management, China Bank, Concepcion Business Shared, EastWest Bank, Ecomparemo.com, Globe Telecom, Greenfield Development Corporation, Group M, HC Consumer Finance, MedGrocer, MSCI Hong Kong Limited, Shopee, Solar Philippines, Unilab, ABS-CBN, Acadsoc Limited, Assumption College, CDO Foodsphere, Concentrix, DMCI Project Developers Inc., ePerformax Contact Centers, Fourth Valley Concierge, Global Estate Resorts, Hallo Hallo, Healthy Options, ISEARCH International, JG Summit Petrochemicals, John Clements Consultants, Jollibee, Land Bank of the Philippines, Lazada, Malayan Insurance Company, Monark Equipment, Nestle Philippines, ORIX Metro Leasing and Finance, Philippine National Bank, Phoenix Petroleum, PLDT, Posco Daewoo, Property Company of Friends, PTT Philippines, S&P Global, SCG Marketing, Seaoil, Simplex Internet Philppines, Stellar Philippines, Tanda Workforce Solutions, Universal Robina Corporation, APPCO Group Asia, Brills Marketing Corporation, Bureau of Treasury, C&E Publishing, Cebu Pacific, Clientvista, EduInternational, FactSet, Greenfield Marketers One, Honestbee, Ideaspace, Keyence Philippines, MAD Travel, Maria Montessori School of QC, MetroMart, Optum, Perfetti Van Melle, PhilAm Life, Philippine Business Bank, PointWest Technologies, Qwikwire, Salarium, SCI Ventures, Scotts Philippines, ServeHappy Jobs, Star Paper Corporation, Teach for the Philippines, Timezone Philippines, UNIQLO Philippines, Vibelle Distribution Inc., UP Bike Share, Inquirer, WhenInManila, UP Broadcasting Association, Monster RX93.1, 99.5 Play FM, and DZUP 1602. (Fred Dabu, UP MPRO)