Engr. Joy Barbosa - MUST Dean of IT "2009-03-19"
found the seminar highly insightful, and the information is an immense help for
our plans in strengthening the program including periodic curriculum
revision. Upon listening to the talk particularly on the
qualifications/competencies emphasized in a each job/position, I am very much
delighted to note that atleast we have delivered to students what they ought to
know to prepare themselves in the real world of information
technology. I am also very grateful to LethITHelp.org
because it has brought us to reality to enhance our program, responsive enough
to the needs of the industry. It has provided us with valuable information and
excellent inputs necessary to uphold the quality of IT education that Mindanao
University of Science and Technology can offer in the coming years. The
speaker Ms. Stephaine Caragos was sensitive to participant engagement and the
amount of relevant information she presented was exceptional, enough to let us
know what IT graduates the industries are expecting from MUST."
Thank you ma'am... more power!
Eather Bobis - STI Dean of IT "2009-03-11"
seminar is about what career opportunity you want to accomplish in the near
future, its main goal is to help deserving fresh IT graduates who have the
passion and dedication in their chosen IT profession to earn and learn at the
same time. Whether you want to be a System Analysis, a Senior
Programmer or a content writer, there are many
ways to accomplish your goals. Now a days with the help of the internet blogs
and Search Engine Optimizations
would come in handy. You may not know what the future would hold for you;
yesterday you were just a simple farmer the next day you're
speaking in front of thousands of students sharing the splendid job
opportunities you can offer.
A Touch Of Bliss Is All You Need.
Christine Redondo-Sevilla - CU Administrator of Computer Studies "2009-03-11"
orientation on IT Career Path conducted by LET-IT-HELP.ORG, specifically by Ms.
Stephanie Rosalind P. Caragos was indeed
an answer to the questions of most graduating students.
College of Computer Studies of Capitol University conducts a migration program
before the end of the 2nd semester wherein students are being prepared on what
to expect – in terms of project output – as related to industry practice based
on the curriculum. The program is progressive,
meaning, every year, the horizon offered them is wider. The graduating students are given a list of
preferred career path to take according to their interest. What Ms. Caragos presented was an affirmation
of the program and eventually help the students realize what lies ahead. Moreover, the challenge poised by Ms. Caragos
was a welcome note and encouraged most of them to think ahead. A couple of students even showed interest
with the training – boot camp – they offer for fresh graduates. I believe that this initiative by the group
of Ms. Caragos will pave the way to (at least) minimize the gap between the
industry and the academe with the regular updates. The fresh graduates usually perceive the
industry as a cyber jungle, thus, programs like this will help them overcome
the fear and corrects misconception of the IT industry.
KUDOS to Ms.
Caragos and the entire team for this noble undertaking.