CALAPAN CITY, ORIENTAL MINDORO – On 27 October 2021, DOLE MIMAROPA through its Technical Support Service Division facilitated the election of new regional officers of Career Advocates of MIMAROPA, Inc. (CAMI). Election and Oath taking was done virtually via Zoom which was attended by the teachers, guidance counselors, designates and education program supervisors.
The results of the election are as follows:
PRESIDENT – Marie Joyce F. Manahan, Guidance Counselor
VICE PRESIDENT – Mary Grace T. Famorcan, Guidance Counselor
SECRETARY – Charmaine Faith S. Metin, Guidance Designate
TREASURER – Iris F. Mamgaring, Guidance Counselor
AUDITOR – Cecilia R. Bascongada, Guidance Counselor
BUSINESS MANAGERS – Daniel S. Lebante, Principal
– Gerlie G. Marquina, Guidance Counselor
PIO – Floyd A. Socrates, Guidance Counselors
ORMIN REP – Oscar C. Linga, Education Program Supervisor
CALAPAN CITY REP – Maria Aiza A. De Leon, Guidance Designate
OCCIMIN REP – Aida L. Corpuz, Guidance Counselor
MARINDUQUE REP – Josefina P. Brual, Project Development Officer
ROMBLON REP – Bernie Fallurin, Guidance Counselor
PPC REP – Noreen Grace G. Justo, Guidance Counselor
PALAWAN REP – Areld Bond F. Dusong, Teacher
The elected officers will serve a two (2) year term and will lead and guide career advocates in the implementation of the Department’s Career Guidance Advocacy Programs.
In her message, RD Naomi Lyn Abellana mentioned the value of the roles of the career advocates in guiding and shaping the youth especially in their careers. She also thanked them for their continuous support to the Department’s programs and services. “There are no machines invented to give guidance and counseling to persons who are still wondering what to do with their lives; that part of human relations can only be done through personal interaction because it deals with the heart and the brain.”, RD Abellana said.
CAREER GUIDANCE ADVOCACY PROGRAMS (CGAP) is one of the flagship programs being implemented by the Department as employment facilitation intermediation services for the youth to provided them relevant information that could guide them in making informed career choices.
END/FULBERT PAUL W. PUKIAS