San Juan City Science High School Holds School Career Guidance Program Kick-off
In support of the MATATAG Agenda in making the curriculum relevant to produce competent, job-ready, active, and responsible citizens and taking good care of our learners’ well-being, promoting inclusive education, and positive learning environment, the Department of Education issued guidelines on the Supervision and Implementation of the DepEd Career Guidance Program for the School Year 2023-2024. In compliance with this, the San Juan City Science High School (SJCSHS) conducted the School Career Guidance Program Kick-off with the theme: Pagabay sa Karera: Unang Hakbang Tungo sa Matatag na Kinabukasan last October 13, 2023.
Mrs. Abiera, Asst. Principal II giving her inspirational message
The said program was participated by all Grade-10 learners of San Juan City Science School at SJCSHS canteen. It was initiated and organized by Mr. Melchor M. Odi, School Guidance Advocate through the support and guidance of Dr. Jonas Feliciano C. Domingo, OIC-Principal, and Mrs. Virginia G. Abiera, Assistant Principal II.
Mr. Odi, School Guidance Advocate during his talk on Career Guidance
It was a great day for the learner-participants since career guidance was one of the priority programs of the Department of Education. The collective goal was to provide invaluable guidance to the next generation especially to the grade 10 learners, equipping them with the knowledge and skills necessary to make informed career decisions.
Grade 10 learners during their talk show and parade of professions
The school’s aim is clear, to guide them towards their dream and career goals. The school ensures to light the path, nurture talents, and transform dreams into reality. The Department of Education has been doing its best efforts to provide the foundations for the creation, revision, and facilitation of Career Guidance Program plans, programs, projects, and activities that will ensure opportunities for all learners to reach their full potential to develop them holistically and become productive citizens of the country.
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Melchor M. Odi
Teacher III - San Juan City Science High School