In support of LGU-Camalig’s initiative to expand holistic learning opportunities for students, Mayor Carlos “Caloy” Irwin G. Baldo Jr. welcomed student-trainees from Dominican School of Camalig.
A total of 20 Senior High School students comprised of General Academic Strand (GAS) and Accountancy and Business Management (ABM) from said school are set to complete a 9-day (72 hours) work immersion in various offices of the local government and other establishments.
Work immersion seeks to prepare graduating senior high school students for their chosen career as they immerse themselves into the environment that coincides with their field of specialization.
Mayor Caloy always encouraged student-trainees to be innovative and persistent in pursuing their chosen career, and consider the office as an avenue where they could gain knowledge and acquire professional ethics.
Through Executive Order No. 18, s. 2023, LGU-Camalig pushed for a one-time facilitation of partnerships between academic institutions in order to provide convenience and efficiency, focusing on the trainees’ unhampered and professional development.
Article by: Mr. Tim L. Florece, PIO