Hallo Hallo Job participates in University of Makati Mega Job Fair 2019
Hallo Hallo Job (HHJ) joins University of Makati's annual career fair in partnership with the Philippine Daily Inquirer Job Market to encourage students to grab the opportunities served by their school on March 11, 2019.
The program officially started with a ribbon cutting with the presence of the university's Executive Vice President Mr. Raymundo Arcega, Philippine Daily Inquirer representatives, Job Fair Exhibitors and Public Employment Service Office (PESO) representatives.
Hallo Hallo Job, together with 20 other companies accredited by the Department of Labor and Employment presented hundreds of job vacancies to qualified students. HHJ offers careers from Hallohallo Inc., Circus International, and Hallohallo Entertainment Inc. which are all part of its alliance.
"To our students, grab this opportunity kasi ga-graduate na kayo, dapat three months after graduation may trabaho na kayo. Wag niyo na isipin na magpapahinga pa kayo. Kasi ako personally hindi ko alam ang gagawin ko sa tatlong buwang pahinga, Hindi siya practical kasi ang dami dami niyo nang competitors sa mundong ito. So this is our way of teaching our students that you should have work after graduation immediately," Ms. Bulos, one of the university officials said.
She added that they are hoping that next year's job fair will be transferred to a bigger venue so that more DOLE-accredited companies may participate in their career fair so students will have more chances of getting hired.
Also, on behalf of PESO, Ms. Bulos invited the exhibitors and students to come at the city wide job fair which will be held on June 2019 at Circuit Makati.
Meanwhile, students who missed the chance to apply during the job fair may check Hallo Hallo Allaince's job vacancies on its official Facebook account (@HalloHalloJob) and website job.hallohallo.com.
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Hallo Hallo Job joins Our Lady of Fatima University Job Fair
Hallo Hallo Job (HHJ) participates in Our Lady of Fatima University Quezon City's (OLFU) annual job fair on February 22, 2019 in coordination with the Public Employment Service Office (PESO).
Aside from HHJ, 55 other companies also joined the career fair such as Mercury Drug, ABS-CBN Corporation, Pru Life UK, Federaland, Skyline, Japan Home Inc., and Promod International to offer hundreds of job vacancies to OLFU's graduating students and alumni which was simultaneously held across its four campuses in Valenzuela, Pampanga, Antipolo,and Quezon city.
OLFU Placement Officer Rachel Ann Casido said that the purpose of inviting different companies that are related to programs offered in their school, is to help students land their dream jobs. "Para talaga ito makatulong sa kanila, lalo na sa mga nag-take ng medicine courses, doon talaga 'yung pinakamalaking population namin."
"Good luck! Just be patient, confident, at maging totoo lang sa sarili nila para makahanap sila ng magandang trabaho and siyempre ilabas nila 'yung mga natutunan nila sa OLFU," she added.
Our Lady of Fatima University envisions their students to develop abilities to become achiever by providing an excellent education dedicated to the holistic formation of a person with necessary skills, virtues, and academic development.
Check out more job vacancies at job.hallohallo.com or follow its social media accounts for more information.
Hallo Hallo Job visits Dr. Carlos S. Lanting College’s Job Fair 2019
Hallo Hallo Job joins Dr. Carlos S. Lanting College job fair to provide career opportunities to its graduating students and alumni on February 14, 2019 at DCLC College Library in Quezon City.
Students and alumni easily registered at the Hallo Hallo Job website where job vacancies from Hallo Hallo Alliance were offered namely Graphic/Web Designer, Account Executive, and Shop Management Assistant for Hallohallo Inc.; Merchandising Officer, Receptionist and Executive Assistant for Hallohallo Entertainment Inc.; Programmer and Illustrator for Circus International Philippines Inc.
Aside from Hallo Hallo Job, 14 other partner agencies such as SM Supermarket and St. Luke's Medical Center, and other government agencies Philippine Statistic Authority, NBI, and Social Security System were also invited as exhibitors.
DCLC Guidance Councilor Josephine Cabrera shares that they treat each other as a family in their close-knit school community. "We want them to know that they're free to consult us with their concerns like a family, kaya sa career talagang nakatutok kami saknila. We organize 'yung mga seminars like job hunt seminar, time management, peers counseling, leadership trainings, and marami pang iba."
"Our students are very ready and competent, kaya nilang makipagsabayan sa iba," she added confidently.
DCLC offers learning opportunities from Kindergarten to Senior High School students, as well as College programs where most of its graduates are coming from the College of Maritime Transportation and College of Nursing. Keeping up with the demand of global development, students may also apply at DCLC's TESDA-Accredited Vocational courses Automotive servicing, Caregiving, Consumer Electronics Servicing, Electrical Installation and Maintenance, Nursing Assistant and Supplemental Education.
Dr. Carlos S. Lanting College houses quality school equipments and facilities for students as it envisions not only providing excellent education, but also to produce well-rounded and globally competitive graduates, and become one of the leading colleges in the country.
Those who missed the chance to submit their applications for Hallo Hallo Job may check its official social media accounts or find their desired work by visiting the job.hallohallo.com for more job vacancies and opportunities.
MNL48 inks distribution deal with Lawson
MNL48, the Filipino version and the 5th international sister group of Japan's supergroup AKB48, and Lawson, one of the biggest convenience store chains in the country recently signed a distribution deal that will take place on December 2018.
Hallohallo Entertainment Inc. (HHE), the company behind MNL48, who brought and introduced in the Philippines the phenomenal idol culture of AKB48 - the highest selling all-girl group in Japan, has officially announced its tie-up with Lawson as one of MNL48 merchandise and album CDs' exclusive distributor in the country, bringing MNL48 line closer to its target market.
Mr. Paulo Kurosawa, HHE President described his satisfaction at penning a deal with Lawson. "We are delighted to have the opportunity to work with Lawson. Hallohallo Entertainment Inc. believes that Lawson has already built a strong reputation in the convenience store chain industry in the country and signing this deal with them to be our merchandise distributor will greatly help us introduce and bring MNL48 to wider consumers."
HHE and Lawson believe that this agreement will be beneficial for both parties in terms of promotion and sales that's why starting this December, all Lawson stores will carry MNL48 official merchandise. Fans can now easily purchase MNL48 official products and album CDs in their nearest Lawson store.
The announcement of the distribution deal between HHE and Lawson coincides with the release of MNL48's second single entitled "Pag-ibig Fortune Cookie" on December 1, 2018. The melody of the group's second single is known as an Asian phenomenon with versions from AKB48 and other international sister groups like BNK48 (Bangkok, Thailand) and JKT48 (Jakarta, Indonesia) which sold millions of copies, topped various music charts with over 150 million music video views and streamed millions of times on different online music platforms across Asia.
Hallo Hallo Jobs sponsors Santa Isabel College’s 386th Founding Anniversary
Hallo Hallo Job (HHJ) joins Santa Isabel College to celebrate its 386th Founding Anniversary "College Days 2018" on October 24-26, 2018.
Santa Isabel College (SIC) is known as one of the oldest colleges in the Philippines and operated by the nuns of the Daughters of Charity. SIC is a private Christ-Centered educational institution located in Ermita, Manila offered Pre-school to High School and College programs in Bachelor of Music,Bachelor of Arts in English, Bachelor of Elementary Education, Bachelor of Secondary Education,Bachelor of Science in Accountancy, Bachelors of Science in Business Administration, Bachelors of Science in Information Technology, Bachelors of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management and TESDA Short Courses.
As SIC is committed in empowering Filipino youth, their foundation week had full of activities that their students enjoyed such as debate, cultural dance, sport fest and many more.
As sponsors, HHJ provided fun activities to the Isabelans during their annual celebration. Aside from the prizes, Winners of SIC's sports fest also received a special award of loot bag with notebook and pen.
Follow HHJ official Facebook page (@HalloHalloJob) for more updates and visit their website(http://job.hallohallo.com/) for job vacancies from Hallo Hallo Alliance and its partner companies.
First Philippine Children’s Summit successfully held in Quezon City
Hallo HalloAlliance in collaboration with Action and Gate of Assets Foundation celebrate the power of children at the Philippine Children's Summit 2018 today, October 27 which brought smiles, inspiration and learning to 10,000 Filipino children who attended the big event.
MNL48, the Filipino version of Japan's highest-selling all-girl idol group AKB48, together with Kapamilya star Mark Neumann, Action's Chikara Kids who came all the way from Zambales, Step Up movie star Mari Koda, and Movie Stars Café artists had a lively and entertaining sing and dance performances especially prepared to bring entertainment to the children from different public schools and Alternative Learning Programs (ALS) in Quezon City.
Mr. Hajime Yokoto, Action President, talked about happiness and attitude in achieving success. "Dapat talaga maging masipag, maging mababait na bata sa kapwa, at walang kaaway para maraming tutulong sa atin."
Hashtags Maru, Kid and Rayt were also present during the event to bring joy to the kids and to distribute the laptops donated to the Department of Education (DepEd) by Hallo Hallo Alliance. "Nakakatuwa naman kasi malaking tulong yan sa lahat ng mga kabataang nag-aaral ngayon lalo na online diba, kapag kailangan mag-research," Maru said.
Joining the special day on behalf of Superintendent of DepEd Quezon City Division Office, Dr. Elizabeth Quesada, was Mr. Philip Austria who emphasized what children can do in the society. "Isipin natin kapag nagsama-sama ang mga kabataan sa isang maganda at maayos na paglilingkod, mararating din natin ang pinapangrap nating buhay dito sa Pilipinas."
Comparing these children to a tree which starts with a small seed, he also noted that people should not take for granted what children can do. "Layunin ng Philippine Children's Summit na pahalagahan ang mga kabataan, ang susunod na bida ng Pilipinas dahil dito magpapatuloy ang magagandang sinimulan sa bansa. So tandaan ninyo na minsan lamang tayo maging bata, anuman ang mag problema o paghihirap lahat yan importante patungo sa daan natin sa tagumpay."
A 12-year-old fourth year high school from Toro Hills shares an inspirational message to her co-students present at the venue. Starting her speech with the question, "ano nga ba ang maaari kong gawin upang maging maunlad ang Pilipinas? Sa unang tingin ay parang napakasimpleng tanong lang 'yan ngunit kung pag-iisipan lang ng mabuti ay napakahirap nitong gawin."
Irish Hazel emphasized that taking your studies seriously would definitely help lower down the unemployment rate in the country. "Ako bilang isang bata, ang aking magagawa ay limitado ngunit buo ang aking paniniwala na ito ay magbubunga ng maganda at pang matagalan. Isa sa pangunahing sangkap sa maunlad na bansa ay magkaroon ng disiplina sa sarili, mag bahagi ng kaalaman at mag-aral ng mabuti upang makapagtapos at magkaroon ng magandang trabaho, malaking ambag ito sa ekonomiya ng bansa," she said.
"Kapwa ko kabataan tayo ay magtulungan, buksan ang mga daungan upang maikalat ng bawat isa ang taglay na kakayahan, kaalaman at talento tungo sa ikauunlad ng bansa," she concluded.
MNL48 Center Girl Sheki, on the other hand, expressed her sincerest gratitude towards the students who came and challenges them to take an action. "Thank you po kasi binigyan niyo kami ng oras para mapanuod kami. Ang purpose talaga ng event na 'to is to empower youth. Kaya po laging sinasabi na tayo ang pag-asa ng bayan, bakit hindi natin patunayan?"
The company hopes that such event will continue every year to provide a fun and inspiring day to the children to give them a break from their day to day activities with the help and support of different
Hallo Hallo Alliance together with MNL48 joins Philippine Children’s Summit 2018
Hallo Hallo Alliance in collaboration with Action and Gate of Assets Foundation will organize the first Philippine Children Summit 2018 with the theme "Celebrating the Power of Children" at Quezon City Memorial Circle on October 27, 2018 to bring inspiration, learning and entertainment to 10,000 Filipino kids.
MNL48, the Filipino version of Japan's highest-selling all-girl sing and dance group AKB48, and other special guests will also join the event to inspire the children with their stories and performances. Aside from the song and dance number, selected children will be given an opportunity to share their dreams, talents, and thoughts on stage, where the program will start from 9am until 3pm..
The three organizations will gather 10,000 children aged 16 years old and below from public schools and Alternative Learning Programs (ALS) in Quezon City, aiming to empower these children to demand change in the society.
Moreover, in line with its mission to bring joy and to help these kids bring out the best that they can be, Hallo Hallo Alliance will donate 200 laptops to the Department of Education to be distributed to participating schools, to guide these children toward a more productive and easier learning system.
Participating schools include Batasan Hills National High School, Lagro High School, Balara High School, Carlos P. Garcia High School, Quezon City High School, San Antonio Elementary School, Camp Crame Elementary School, Sto. Cristo Elementary School, Toro Hills Elementary School, and many more.
The company hopes that such event will continue every year to provide a fun and inspiring day to the children to give them a break from their day to day activities with the help and support of different organizations in the Philippines. Find out more about the event here: http://philippinechildrensummit.com/