NEWS ENTRY for MAY 2015

Graduates working in U.S.A. meet MPCF President Dante Jimenez in Ohio


Sandusky, Ohio, USA – President Dante La. Jimenez of Mariners Polytechnic Colleges Foundation (MPCF) Legazpi City and Camarines Sur paid a visit on May 11, 2015 (USA time) to a group of alumni now working in the vicinity of the City of Sandusky, Ohio in the United States of America.

President of MPCF Camarines Sur and Legazpi City Dante La. Jimenez while being interviewed in Sudusty, OHIO over Legazpi City’s Veritas Radio and TV using the ‘LiveStreaming’ technology. Commodore Jimenez is with the group of Mariners Alumni who work in the vicinity.

President Jimenez left for the U.S.A. on May 7, 2015, immediately after the Mariners System’s Strategic Planning held at Chateau Royale in Nasugbu, Batangas which was attended by members of the Board and the Management Committees of the Mariners schools in Naga City, Canaman, Camarines Sur and Legazpi City, Albay.

Some Members of the Board of Trustees/Directors schedule a visit to industry partners and school alumni working in the USA on a yearly basis to firm-up the linkages with the business firms where our graduates work and to know how the alumni fare in their jobs abroad.

Aside from those whose jobs are in the Hospitality Industry, the Board also makes it a point to call-on shipping companies and alumni who now work in maritime firms based in Lafayette, New Orleans.

The administration assures the parents and loved-ones of alumni that everything is well with those who work in America. It can also be noted that the Board exerts effort to establish more job opportunities for future graduates thru the tie-up and the creation of linkages with shipping companies and hotel/restaurant firms.

MPCF Legazpi and Camarines Sur President Dante La. Jimenez (3rd from left) meets Hospitality and HRM graduates working in Sandusky, Ohio, USA in a dinner tendered by the school official. With the entourage is Mariners System’s Marketing Director Maria Regina V. Jimenez (3rd from right).

This month of May, some members of the Board are out of the country to fulfill the mission of strengthening connection with industry partners as potential workplaces for the schools’ alumni and to visit personally Mariners graduates who have found lucrative jobs in the United States of America.