A team from Century Tours was one of the companies that joined last Thursday’s Cooperative Education Program job fair at the Royal Taga Ballroom of the Saipan World Resort.
Brandon Nicholas, standing upper left, is joined by other members of his Cooperative Education Program team at the Royal Taga Ballroom of the Saipan World Resort last Thursday, Sept. 7.
Commonwealth Ports Authority human resources administrator Jadene Villagomez, right, said the CPA “is a good place for [cooperative program students] to build a foundation and you grow with the agency. I myself started my career at CPA asking if it’s really good for me. Twelve years later, I’m still with them.”
First lady Diann Torres led her foundation in interviewing students at the Co-op Education Program job fair.
Penny Jones, right, personnel officer of Hyatt Regency Saipan, is joined by Denise Montenegro, Hyatt’s learning manager, and Eddrynn Bayot, a former F&B trainee.
Kesington Hotel of E-Land Corp. is a partner of the Cooperative Education this year.
Anna Olaes, left, HR/marketing director of McDonald’s Saipan, also set up a table at the Royal Taga Ballroom of the Saipan World Resort last Thursday, Sept. 7.
Teesha Aguon, a senior high school student at Marianas High School, is hoping to get a job with Division of Youth Services.
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