UB president Engr. Javier Herminio Bautista opens the symposium.
The University of Baguio (UB) has organized a symposium which tackled topics in different fields such as education, healthcare, business, law enforcement, engineering, information technology, and tourism.
The symposium, held last Aug. 28 at the UB Gym, included speakers from the government and the private industry.
Dr. Bernadette Pal-ec, education supervisor at the Commission on Higher Education CHED - Cordillera Administrative Region, served as the keynote speaker. She discussed the relevance of schemes that are being put in place to strengthen the implementation of local internship for students through the collaborative efforts of the academe, the government, and the private industry.
Other speakers were Dr. Maria Monica Costales, human resource management officer at the Philippine Military Academy; Police Major Eugene Raymundo, deputy director at the Cordillera Administrative Region Training Center; Engr. Allan Difuntorum, Smart operations supervisor for Baguio; Maniefel Mendoza, human resource recruiting manager at Texas Instruments; Evangeline Payno, executive assistant at Baguio Country Club; Randy Occidental, assistant chief nurse at the Baguio General Hospital and Medical Center; Olibrian Mallari, training officer for medical technology interns at Notre Dame de Chartres Hospital; and Leticia Hidalgo, education supervisor at the Department of Education - Baguio City Schools Division Office.
Photos by Rene Pascua/UB Media Affairs and Publications Office
Representatives from the government and the private industry participated in the symposium.
The activity aimed to foster collaboration between and among the academe, the government, and the private industry.