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122 Ifugao youths avail of internship program
by PIA Ifugao

LAGAWE, Ifugao –The Department of Labor and Employment Ifugao field office recently oriented 122 interns recruited under the 2017 Government Internship Program (GIP).

The interns, selected from the 11 municipal local government units of the province with 10 each through their Public Employment Service Office (PESO), will be deployed in their respective municipal offices. Eleven others were chosen by the DOLE-Ifugao through the Provincial PESO and will be deployed to the provincial and national offices in the province.

Labor and Employment Officer III Joseph Tuguinay said the GIP is one of the various strategies to facilitate employment, particularly of would-be entrants and hardly employed job hunters.

Now on its fourth year of implementation, the DOLE central office issued updates to ensure the success of the program’s implementation to provide young workers an opportunity to demonstrate their talents and skills in public service.

DOLE-Ifugao Head Avelina Manganip said qualified to become GIP workers are those who are not more than 30 years old, particularly unemployed college graduates who shall work for six months in the various government offices and agencies in the municipalities and provinces to experience working in the public service.

The interns who underwent orientation started working last May 2 until Oct. 31. They  and will receive a stipend equivalent to 75 percent of the regional minimum wage of P285 to be paid through the Land Bank of the Philippines ATM machines and an internship certificate.


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