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Dalipe urges private sector to employ pioneer K-12 graduates of Zambo


As the first batch of senior high school students began to graduate, District II Congressman Mannix Dalipe has urged the private sector to employ graduates of the K-12 program who choose to immediately find work after graduation for them to find "decent and fulfilling employment".

Dalipe said that the K-12 graduates of Zamboanga City, whether coming from private or public school, are already knowledgeable and are already prepared to work in the different private companies here in the city.

“We are confident that our K-12 graduates are well-trained and well –prepared for employement,” Dalipe stressed.

The congressman added  the schools here in the city are all of  good standards thus it is expected that  these graduates have received quality education.

Dalipe said that many K-12 graduates especially those who are living in the far barangays have already expressed their willingness to find work so that they can help augment their family’s income.

“Hence, we are urging the different private firms and companies here in the city to hire our Zamboagueño K-12 graduates,” Dalipe said

According to the Department of Education (DepEd), some 1.25 million Grade 12 students will finish senior high this year.

DepEd said Grade 12 graduates are job-ready because of the work immersion program included in their curriculum.

It added that the K-12 program has equipped the students with the values, knowledge and skills that the industries need.

DepEd also expressed confidence that its strong partnership with different industry partners enable SHS graduates to strike a balance between theory and practice.—Jemuel E. Mojica

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