DOLE allots 67 slots for govt internship program in Bislig

  • July 13, 2017
  • Nida Grace P. Barcena

BISLIG CITY, Surigao del Sur, July 13 (PIA) – The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) thru its Government Internship Program (GIP) has allotted a total of 67 slots for the local government unit of Bislig City.

In a press statement released by Bislig City Information Office, DOLE provides incentives to indigent young workers in the city, inviting them to obtain work experience in the government through the GIP.

City Information Officer and PESO manager Laine Elechicon said that it is a six-month contract, which aims to provide opportunities for young workers to serve the general public through the projects and services of government agencies and offices at both local (city and barangay) and national-based agencies in Bislig City.

Elechicon noted that the internship program has already started last June 20 and will end on December 20, 2017.

A two-day work orientation was already conducted prior to implementation of the program held at Bislig City Cultural and Sports Center spearheaded by the PESO manager and staff. Workplace policy guidelines were presented so that they will be well-equipped, aware and ready in the real world of work, Elechicon bared.

Accordingly, selected rightful interns were deployed to different agencies/offices and shall be trained into providing assistance to local and national line agencies, barangays, public school staff and other non-technical functions. (PIA-Surigao del Sur)


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