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PIA Press Release
2010/01/23

Kalinga conducts mobile passporting, jobs fair on Feb. 13

Tabuk City, Kalinga (23 January) -- A jobs fair and mobile passporting activity are set to be conducted as part of the 15th Kalinga Founding Anniversary and Ullalim Festival next month.

Provincial Employment Service Officer (PESO) Geronimo Dona-al said jobs seekers and those who want to have their pass port renewed or those applying for new passports could take advantage of the opportunity while taking the time to also come and enjoy the celebrations.

According to Donaal, both activities will be conducted the whole day of February 13 at the Provincial Capitol through the sponsorship of the Provincial Government in partnership with the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Kalinga and the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) in Region 2.

Through DOLE, the province invited ten POEA accredited recruitment agencies to conduct interviews and hiring.

To facilitate the employment process, Donaal reiterated that interested applicants should bring with them pertinent documents such as passports, training certificates, bio-data and others. Applicants he said "should prepare several photocopies of their documents so that they could opt to apply for several vacancies offered by the different agencies."

For the mobile passporting, Donaal said that applicants are advised to bring with them the required documents such as NSO certified birth certificates for the new applicants, three colored photos as specified by the DFA, marriage contract, valid IDs and other supporting documents.

"It is important that applicants in both activities should come personally," he reminded.

Said activities according to Donaal are in support to the Arroyo administration's thrust to generate more local and overseas employment opportunities for the Filipinos. (ggdumallig/PIA-Kalinga) [top]

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