BACOLOD CITY – Eight BS Hospitality Management (BSHM) students from Carlos Hilado Memorial State College (CHMSC) left for Japan for their six-month internship program at Chuo Food Services Company, Ltd.
The internship program, in collaboration with Asia Development Association (ADCA) International Internship and Consultancy Services, is part of CHMSC’s Internationalization mandate and effort to produce globally competent graduates.
BSHM students Angela S. Ching, Ma. Queenie L. Go, Angelica T. Posidario, Omar Jay T. Nuñez, Rovinica D. Puzon, and Joab S. Javellana; who will undergo their internship at Chuo Food Services Company, Ltd. in Tokyo, Japan left last 9 January while BSHM students; Elaiza V. Bugalon and Jay Lynn T. Suico; who will undergo their internship at Chuo Food Services Company, Ltd. in Osaka, Japan left last 10 January.
“We are very much thankful and privileged for the opportunity given to our students for this Japan Internship. This endeavor is very much helpful to our students since our goal is to produce globally competitive graduates”, Nieves A. Barato, Hospitality Management On-the-Job-Training supervisor said.
“We take the move to enhance and develop students to become dynamic and to be able to face challenges in the world of hospitality and tourism industry,” she added.
The students’ final orientation was conducted by ADCA International Internship and Consultancy Services CEO Kazutaka Nakao together with ADCA representatives Florence Delicano and Rosmyl Morante, CHMSC Director for External Affairs Rhoderick K. Samonte, and International Education support staff Rhanee S. Lumanog at CHMSC Talisay Campus.
International Education and Linkages and Partnership are core programs and services of CHMSC Center for External Affairs.