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Don Bosco One TVET Philippines Joins SHS Fair

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Don Bosco Cebu – January 2018

Don Bocsco One TVET (DBOT), Philippines joined SHS fair last January 30-31, 2018 at Robinson’s Galleria, Cebu City. on the other hand is the pioneering EdTech company in the Philippines that support students to higher education opportunities through an online platform and promotes career awareness among the Filipino youth. There goal is to equalize higher education learning to the students for a better employment in the future.

Around 8,000 junior and senior high school students from different public schools highlighted the first- ever Cebu Edukasyon Fair with the theme #Edukasyon Atong Kaugmaon (Educatio, Our Future). The event was made possible through the efforts of the Cebu City Government, the youth leaders and the aspiring students of the city. The fair invited resource speakers who tried to inspire and give advice to the young participants on how to pursue their dreams and seek the  courses the choose. It was also a great avenue to promote college and technical courses of different schools through exhibits and brochures.  The different booths gave way also to different faculties of participating schools to introduce to the students the possible courses that would best fit them.

Don Bosco and its corresponding TVET centers were among the seven schools who graced the event. Don Bosco has eight active centers in Philippine South, four centers coming from Cebu — Liloan, Pasil, Balamban, Punta Princesa. Don Bosco caters mostly to financially challenged students.

The rise of technical vocational education has given Don Bosco the chance to extend help to the students, especially those who are financially challenges, who are interested to learn technical vocational works and become globally competitive skilled workers.

By joining the exhibit, Don Bosco One TVET Philippines expects more application from students who find Techvoc as an essential means of reaching desired job employment in the future.

(Contributor: Rowinmar Espinosa)