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ADZU Job Fair 2015 is open and free for all ADZU graduating students and alumni

The College Guidance and Counseling Office (CGCO) of the Ateneo de Zamboanga University is gearing up for the Job Fair 2015 with a theme “Igniting tomorrow’s leaders toward ASEAN integration” on February 4 and 5, (Wednesday and Thursday), 2015 at the Multi Purpose Covered Court, Ateneo de Zamboanga University, La Purisima St., Zamboanga City.

This year will be more exciting because we also invited companies to showcase their products and services thru our TRADE FAIR! These back to back events are sponsored by the CGCO in collaboration with the Alumni Relations Office and College Parents Council.

February 4 and 5, (Wednesday and Thursday), 2015.. The Fair will be open from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM, with a lunch break at 12:00 NN-1:30 PM. We will have an OPENING PROGRAM on the first day, February 4, at 8:15 AM at the Multi Purpose Covered Courts (MPCC).

Our objective is to facilitate exposure of job interview and career search experience for our graduating students and alumni. Also part of the aim of ADZU Job Fair 2015 is to help participants build networks that could better their chances of landing the best career opportunities.
The two-day activity offers university’s graduating college students and alumni with various job opportunities.
Job Fair 2015 also aims to introduce graduating students and alumni to the various phases and stages of the employment process and acquaint them with the necessary information, which could help them make effective career plans and decisions.

It also provides the graduating class and alumni with activities and programs to broaden their career information and job opportunities both in the local and national spectrum; Familiarize students with the rudiments of the interview process through simulations of actual interview situations; and help graduating seniors gain self-confidence in facing the challenge of job hunting.

CGCO has invited over 100 government agencies and private companies around the city and the region to join and hold job recruitment procedures such as career orientations, filing applications, testing for employment and job interviews. They hope that students will gain the much needed job hunting experience which will give them the confidence for the world after graduation.

Contact persons:

Norma A Baluca/MellanyNarvasa
Tel. No. 2223 or 2229