Jobstart opens for young jobseekers in Dgte

DUMAGUETE CITY, April 13 (PIA) -- The Dumaguete City Public Employment Service Office (PESO) has announced the pre-registration of applicants to the Jobstart Program 2021.

PESO Manager Maria Soccoro Mira said applicants can now pre-register using this link: http://bit.ly/2Pjb6ni until all available slots are filled.

JobStart is a five-year-old program under the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) that aims to enhance the employment of Filipino youth through full-cycle employment facilitation services.

This will provide jobs for young adults who will receive Life and Skill Training.

Mayor Felipe Antonio Remollo said that the program, now on its 4th year, is open to at least high school graduates or anyone in search for a job.

The youth will undergo the 10-day life skills training program, three months technical training and three months internship (with daily allowance and meals) in partnership with the private companies, Remollo said.

To register, the applicants need to log-in to a Gmail account first, then visit the  Facebook page of Public Employment Service Office Dumaguete City, and click the given link and fill in the information required.

Qualified applicants must be Filipino citizen, 18-24 years old, at least high school graduate or college-level/graduate, 0-12 months work experience, currently not in school or training, and actively looking for work.

Mira said the JobStart is a program of the local government of Dumaguete through the PESO in partnership with DOLE in preparing young Filipinos for jobs. 

Requirements for the job include resume (should be in PDF format), birth certificate (scanned and should be in PDF or Image format), High school / College diploma or Transcript of Records (scanned and should be in PDF or Image format), Training Certificate (scanned and should be in PDF or Image format "if applicable"), Employment Certificate (scanned and should be in PDF or Image format "if applicable"), and mobile device/Laptop and personal access to the internet. (jct/PIA7 Negros Oriental)



Source: Philippines Information Agency (pia.gov.ph)

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