The Career and Placement Office is one for the support services of the College Unit. Its main task is to address the pre-employment and employment needs of the graduating students and alumnae. It also considers as one of its major functions the networking with industry practitioners for the needed feedback that will assist College administration in curricular improvement and students’ skills development. The Career and Placement Office provides the following services:
• Job Placement – The office schedules a job fair annually. Companies representing various industries are invited as part of the school’s on-campus recruitment program. The Social Security System (SSS) is also invited to issue Social Security numbers to the graduating students.
• Career Education – The office schedules annual seminars and orientations that cater the needs of third year and graduating students, such as the Career Orientation which assists the students in decision-making and selecting from various options open to them. Topics discussed relate to areas such as choice of career, job hunting, and resume writing. Mock interviews are likewise conducted to better prepare graduates for actual job interviews.