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  1. CAREER GUIDANCE ANITA E. GUANZON Limay National High School
  2. WHAT IS CAREER GUIDANCE? Consists of services that help people successfully manage their career development.
  4. CAREER CHOICE ASSISTANCE  Career guidance often involve assisting students and adults who are trying to choose a career. Career development professionals may administer tools, to help them learn about their interests, values, skills and personality type. They can educate individuals about how to explore occupations that are most suitable based on that information and then ultimately teach them how to decide which one is the best choice. JOB SEARCH HELP  Helping you choose a career would be pointless if you didn’t know how to find a job in your field of choice. In job search assistance, we generally don’t learn these things in the classroom, so most people don’t have these necessary skills when they begin to look for employment.
  5. ADVANCEMENT ADVICE  While most people seek help with issues that occur very early in career development, such as choosing a career or securing a first job, career guidance services also include providing advice about career development. JOB LOSS RECOVERY  Losing a job is devastating both financially and emotionally. MOTIVATION  Career guidance services can push you not to give up whether you are stuck in an unsuccessful job search, campaign on having trouble deciding whether to change career.  Many people do not stay in the same occupation for their working lives, and in fact, some change career multiple times. For that reason, career guidance also includes advising those who are making this kind of transaction about topics such as job retraining and transferable skills.
  6. WHO ARE THE CAREER GUIDANCE PROVIDER  Professionals who provide career guidance include career counselors and career development facilitators. School guidance counselors provide these services to high school students.
  8.  The Career Guidance Week celebration is envisioned to prevent too much waste of resources including time being spent in producing graduates in the tertiary level as well as in technical vocational education who could not meet the qualification standards in the labor market. Mismatch between 1) interest/aptitude and career; 2) career and labor demand; 3) education/training and career results from uninformed and misguided students.  In line with the goal of K to 12 Basic Education Program to produce graduates who are ready for higher education, middle level skills development, employment and entrepreneurship, the Department of Education (DepEd) in collaboration with the Career Guidance Advocacy Program-Working Group (CGAP-WG), an inter-agency group under the President’s Human Development and Poverty Reduction Cluster (HDPRC) issues the enclosed GUIDELINES ON THE CONDUCT OF CAREER GUIDANCE WEEK FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS EFFECTIVE SCHOOL YEAR 2013-2014, which shall be celebrated every last week of July.
  9.  This strategy is proposed to provide career and labor market information using the social network hubs in the internet such as blog, Facebook and Twitter, which are very popular to the youth today as well as other stakeholders in the youths’ career – the parents, teachers, guidance counselors and their communities, as the medium to make these useful information accessible to its target readers. CAREER GUIDANCE THROUGH SOCIAL NETWORKS  Specifically the project aims to achieve the following:  Create a blog site for career and labor market information  Upload timely write-ups and updates on career and labor market information solicited from professionals, practitioners of various jobs in the blog site  Dissimenate widely information about the blog site for wide readership
  10. Specific Approaches The CGAP-WG members commit to do the following: DOLE 1. Coordinate with participating agencies in updating the directory of all PESOs and Network of RGCs and CAs; 2. Develop and disseminate LMI publications ex.( career information pamphlets, industry career guides, etc.) 3. Provide capacity building to partners, particularly to the officers and members of the NGC and Cas; and 4. Monitor the career advocacy activities of the PESOs and Network of RGCs and Cas. ACTION PLAN
  11. DepEd 1. Conduct massive advocacy campaign on the Enhanced Basic Education Program (E-BEP), including career exploration and orientation; 2. Conduct orientation and/or training for RGCs, Cas, parents, and guardians on the content of Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao modules in Quarter 4 of Grades 7 and 9 on Career Guidance and the National Career Aptitude Examination (NCAE); 3. Develop modules on Career Guidance showing its integration in relevant learning areas in coordination with partner agencies; and 4. Identify entry points in the E-BEP where career guidance is integrated as provided in the E-BEP IRR, i.e., integrate career concepts in the curriculum, conduct regular career assessment, career advocacy, activities, continuous professionalization of guidance counselors, Cas, and peer facilitators, develop or accredit career advocacy unit with adequate office space, and designate division-level guidance supervisors and school-level CAs.
  12. DOST 1. Conduct activities in line with the advocacy campaign, such as, but not limited to, Science Gamp, Tagisang Robotics, Career Talks, etc. 2. Advance the use of DOST’s Science Explorer and Mobile IT Classrooms; and 3. Implement scholarship programs in priority S & T courses. CHED 1. Promote the Guidance Counseling profession, including other courses that are in-demand and market-responsive, through the mainstream and other forms of media; 2. Conduct Regionalized Career Guidance Week Info Blitz; and 3. Promote CHED scholarship programs in priority courses.
  13. TESDA 1. Promote the advantages of TVET and its various training programs, including the Apprenticeship Program; 2. Conduct advocacy on Training for Work Scholarship Program (TWSP), Private Education Student Fund Assistance (PESFA), Philippine Qualifications Framework (POF), and Youth Profiling for Starting Careers (YP4SC); 3. Conduct career fairs and jobs bridging activities in the regions; and 4. Administer the Career Profiling.
  14. PRC 1. Implement a communication plan on updated and accurate information on over-supplied and under- supplied professions; 2. Undertake Assessment for Professions for Competitiveness including Supply and Demand of each Profession; 3. Coordinate the PRBs in providing speakers on the current regulatory professions on the conduct of career guidance and employment coaching activities to aid students and jobseekers make an informed career choice; 4. Monitor the implementation of Continuing Professional Education; and 5. Conduct of appreciation session on career guidance for CGAP-WG.
  15. NAME GAME Acronyms Definitions Head of Office DepEd Dept. Of Education Sec. Armin Luistro CHED DOLE DOST PRC TESDA