Hallo Hallo Job joins Island Exhibit Link’s PRA Careers Expo
On March 12 and 13, 2018, Island Exhibit organizes Philippine Retailers Association (PRA) Careers Expo 2018 at Glorietta Mall central activity center. The two-day event seeks to generate a continuous source of qualified candidates for various levels and positions in different industries all over the Philippines and abroad.
Island Exhibit and Event Management Link Inc. is more than 25 years in providing opportunities for career and business growth and known for organizing successful theme exhibits and trade fairs in various shopping malls and exhibit areas both in the Philippines and abroad. They conducted big event job fairs every month except December at SMX Convention Center, SM Megamall, Glorietta Mall and TriNoma Mall.
Over 2000 job seekers registered on the PRA Career Expo and 63 companies joined the two-day event, including Hallo Hallo Job (HHJ) and its partner companies, where they offered both local and international office-based work and field related vacancies. HHJ exhibited over 60 entry-level and managerial job opening for their partner companies and 14 positions from HHJ and its alliance Hallohallo Inc. (HHI), Hallohallo Entertainment Inc. (HHE), and Circus International Philippines Inc.
Visit the official Facebook page and website of HHJ to apply and be part of their growing team.
Bestlink College of the Philippines connects its graduates to career opportunities
Hallo Hallo Job and 30 companies join Bestlink College of the Philippines in their two-day job fair at the main campus and Millionaires Village (MV) campus in Novaliches, Quezon City on March 9-10, 2018.
Come this April 2018, approximately 2,000 graduating college students from the school's main campus and MV campus will be marching to receive their diploma and take on greater new responsibilities of being agents of change in the society. These future graduates submitted their resume to Hallohallo Inc. and registered at the Hallo Hallo Job website, most of applicants are eyeing to join the company as a Web Designer and Programmer.
Aside from its graduating class, undergraduates and senior high school students are also planning to take advantage of their free time this summer and apply for part-time jobs.
Founded in 2002, there have been an annual increase of enrollees since then. The non-stock, non-profit and non-sectarian institute provides accessible education to dedicated students especially the underprivileged youth. By subsidizing the student's tuition through the Tawag ng Panginoong Foundation Inc, students will pay for the miscellaneous fee only worth ₱4,000 per semester. Moreover, students can easily apply for scholarship programs.
Guidance Counselor and job fair organizer Ms. Ma. Amable Betis shared "we instill in the mind of the students that humility and being charitable is just two of the best qualities one can have here at Bestlink".
Bestlink College of the Philippines has three branches of campus—the main campus in Quirino Highway, Quezon City, the Millionaires Village campus, and the Bulacan Campus which offer four-year CHED degree programs and TESDA-accredited courses.
On the other hand, senior high school students can enroll in their GAS, ABM, HUMSS, STEM, and Technical-Vocational courses for the next school year. Students can look forward to the school's free uniform, books for one year, and exciting activities such as science camping and stage play.
1st Leg Career Expo 2018 at Mapúa University
For the past decades, Mapúa University has establish itself and progressed by offering programs in different field such as Engineering and Sciences, Architecture and Design, Media Studies, Social Sciences, and Business and Management. The university is known for delivering topnotch engineers nationwide and international since their mission is to be the premier technology school that offers student enticement programs designed to ensure a better future.
Recently, Mapúa has been awarded a three-star rating from Quacquerelli Symonds of United Kingdom and received recognition from Commission on Higher Education as the aforementioned university. Also, the university is the first Philippine and Southeast Asian educational institution to receive Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Inc. (ABET) certification.
On March 6, 2018, the university held its 1st leg of their Career Expo this year at Mapúa gymnasium from 10:00am to 5:00pm.
Every year, Center for Career Services (CCS) organizes a quarterly on-campus job fair to provide employment opportunities to their graduating students and alumni one week before the graduation as the university celebrates graduation four times a year.
During the Career Expo 2018, some of the exhibitors had their career talks and Ms. Marjorie Orantes, placement assistant reminded the first batch of graduating students on their obligations concerning their graduation at Philippine International Convention Center (PICC) this coming Thursday.
With over 1000 registered job hunters and 452 graduating students that will be finishing this coming March 8, 2018; 82 exhibitors join Mapua University's 1st Leg Career Expo 2018, including Hallo Hallo Job (HHJ), Hallohallo Inc. (HHI) and its partner companies.
Upon the registration, students of multimedia arts and Mapúa alumni showed their interest in joining the growing team of HHI and its alliance Hallohallo Entertainment Inc. (HHE) as web designer and graphic designer.Mapúa Univesity is one of the universities tied up with HHJ and HHI this year.
Manila Tytana Colleges graduates geared to be fit-for-the-job professionals
The educational arm of Metrobank Group, Manila Tytana Colleges graduating students and alumni attend their school's 10th job fair, the Tytana Industry Engagement on March 2, 2018.
Thirty-nine diverse exhibitors, including Hallo Hallo Job, from different industries namely banking, investment, financial, insurance, hospital and healthcare, information and technology, maritime, hospitality, education and migration, fashion retail, food industry, BPO, and real estate development offered internship programs and full-time positions to more than 200 graduates and alumni of Manila Tytana Colleges which will pave way to land on their desired careers.
"We are committed to assist our students and alumni launch their careers through the Tytana academe-industry framework with the Metrobank Group of Companies and other industry partners," External Relations and Professional Services Director, Dr. Lizelle E. Villanueva said.
The esteemed director also noted that the school's curricula are industry-relevant, expert-lead, and practice-based learning where each student is molded to become fit-for-the-job professionals once they graduate. Upholding its tradition of academic excellence since 1975, Titan jobseekers have developed the potential to grasp whatever challenge in the workplace may arise.
The Titan edge
Believing in the philosophy of "less is more", Manila Tytana Colleges proves that despite being small in number, maintaining its close-knit community gives an opportunity to concentrate on the development of each student in providing high-quality service and education.
"With the offering of senior high school, we were also able to strengthen the thrusts kasi senior high school pa lang we were able to know kung saan talagang skills fit 'yung bata parapagdating ng college, talagang they are geared towards what they want," Assistant Head and Internal Relations Coordinator of Manila Tytana Colleges Marketing and Public Relations Office, Prof. Keven Bert G. Samson shared.
Following its academe-industry partnership, the school assures that the learnings of the students do not only confine in the four corners of the classroom. They have built fundamental laboratories where students can learn from their adjunct professors who are practitioners in the companies as well. This framework strengthens the graduates' skills, and addresses the underemployment and unemployment problem the country has been facing.
As the school year 2017-2018 nearing its end, Prof. Samson quipped that choosing the right school is vital in shaping one's future. "We cannot promise a bed of roses, that's one, but what I'm trying to say is they just have to have a feel of the environment of Manila Tytana Colleges. I think lahat naman guided ng CHED, pero 'yung pinagkaiba namin is the student-life experience nila dito sa Tytana."
Manila Tytana Colleges offers courses in Nursing, Psychology, Culinary Arts, Information Technology, Accountancy, Business Administration, Entrepreneurship, HRM, Graduate programs for nurses, and TESDA-approved short courses.
Gardner College provides career placement event to their students
Gardner College, the world's leader in innovation and champion of universal education holds a job 101 fair in their school last March 2, 2018 to help its students find the best career opportunities possible after their graduation.
The college is a premier international institution committed to the holistic development of an individual, excellence, innovation, and the transformation of the society. Gardner College strives to be the best in curriculum, programs, facilities, faculty and staff. They focus on offering courses related to Information Technology since that's the College's strength. This year, an approximate of 500 senior high school students will be graduating on April.
As the program officially started, students were seen lining up in Hallo Hallo Job (HHJ) up until the event ended in the afternoon, where most of them were very much interested in being a working student.
With the presence of the Public Employment Service Office (PESO) representatives on behalf of Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista and PESO Manager Carlo Magno Abella, a total of 450 students in Gardner College showed eagerness in applying for a position in HHJ together with over 10 other companies.
"This school fair is the College's initiative intended for our senior high school students, to help them in the aspect of career placement after their graduation," Office of Student Affairs Head, Mr. Khristian Chavez said.
PESO promotes employment programs in city residents in need of jobs; they organize the entire job fairs held in Quezon City where they also provide employment counseling and career guidance to individuals.
Stay updated on HHJ's website (http://job.hallohallo.com/) and official Facebook page (@HalloHalloJob) to see the upcoming schedule of campus tours.
Colegio de San Lorenzo holds semestral Career Fair 2018
To serve as a preparation for the graduating students of academic year 2018, the Office of Research and Publication of Colegio de San Lorenzo convened for the 4th academic conference to improve the education and learning towards a greater career during their college week.
Colegio de San Lorenzo (CDSL) also known as "San Lo" held their semestral Career Fair at their main campus located at Congressional Avenue, Quezon City last February 23, 2018.
CDSL is a Catholic educational institution that is dedicated in providing life growth to their students and have been conducting job fair every mid-semester for the graduating students and students who seek for internship programs for their upcoming On-the-Job Training this summer.
In line with CDSL's motto "In Ministerio Domini" which means "In the service of the Lord", their mission is to see education not merely as a noble human activity for self-fulfillment, but also as a spiritual calling or vocation to bring the youth closer to God while serving the contemporary world.
Engr. Danilo Reyes, CDSL academic council head discussed the graduation requirements during the Career Fair 2018's opening remarks. Engr. Reyes believes that the CDSL graduating students are ready to face the professional world as their academe provided their students professional skills, social awareness and concern with Catholic and liberal education that they can use to succeed in their respective career paths.
With over 500 graduating students this year to earn a bachelor's degree in Education, Business Administration, Communication, Computer Science, Hotel and Restaurant Management, Psychology, and Tourism Management; sixteen exhibitors which offered both field and office-based domestic work joined Colegio De San Lorenzo Career Fair 2018, including Hallo Halo Job (HHJ) and its alliance Hallohallo Inc. (HHI), Hallohallo Entertainment Inc. (HHE), Circus International Philippines Inc., and Tavolozza Inc. who are looking for creative individuals to join their growing team in the future.
Most of the Communication and Computer Science students of CDSL were eager to join HHE as production staff and PR assistant, as well as in HHI as an account executive and graphic designer, and Circus International Philippines Inc. as web designer and programmers once they graduate this year.
Colegio De San Lorenzo is just one of the schools where HHJ participated to help students easily find a work after they graduated.
Hallo Hallo Job ties-up with Quezon City Polytechnic University for college job fair
Graduating students from Quezon City Polytechnic University (QCPU) are keen in applying at Hallo Hallo Job and its partner companies during their annual career fair on February 22, 2018.
Every year, QCPU has been conducting job fairs for its graduating students under the supervision of Career Fair Expo Officer, Ymman Garcia. Over 2,000 students will be finishing this year with a bachelor's degree in Entrepreneurship, Industrial Engineering, and Information Technology, and Garcia is confident that their graduates are equipped with the right skills and attitude that will surpass the university's expectations for them.
In line with the University's theme "The Good Life Starts Here", he said that "our students are very bright and competitive in their field of specialization. They obtain such pride and great attitude with good spirit, and they know exactly how and what they are doing."
Thirty-six exhibitors joined the one-day job fair at QCPU, including Hallo Hallo Job and its partner companies Klassic Manufacturing, Infinit-O Global Limited, Olympic Village Enterprises Inc., Cathay Land Inc., and Outsourced Quality Assured Services which are looking for passionate and young minds to join their team.
However, upon registration on Hallo Hallo Job's website, most of IT students showed interest in joining Hallohallo Inc. as graphic designers and Circus International Philippines Inc. as programmers once they march in April.
"We teach our students to become more aggressive in their chosen field, not just to become an employee. We teach our students to become more employers someday," Garcia added an alumnus and former head of the Admission Office of the university as well.
Quezon City Polytechnic University is one of the many schools that have tied up with Hallo Hallo Job this year.
Hallo Hallo Job seeks new members, joins JobQuest employment event
Aiming to gain new members to join their growing team, Hallo Hallo Job (HHJ) participates once again in JobQuest's job event at Starmall, Alabang last February 13 and 14, 2018.
The two-day event was joined by 24 other companies together with HHJ, where they offered both office work and field related vacancies, as well as local and international positions.
HHJ presented more than 50 job vacancies from their partner companies and over 10 positions from HHJ's very own, Hallohallo Inc., Circus International and Hallohallo Entertainment Inc.
JobQuest.ph is a two-way link job solutions dedicated to provide job vacancies to job seekers by organizing monthly job fairs to solve the employment needs in the country in cooperation with the Department of Labor and Employment, Public Employment Service Office, Philippine Overseas Employment Administration and Manuela Corporation.
Meanwhile, HHJ will be posting more of their job openings together with its affiliates job postings, so visit their website (http://job.hallohallo.com/) and Facebook (HalloHalloJob) to get hired!