Thomasian Graduating Students Start Work Immersion Program Today

Photos By Rachel Mae De Gracia, CVPro

Story By Georgene Quilaton-Tambiga



May 6, 2024—Nineteen private industry partners, 20 local government unit-based offices accommodate a total of 224 Thomasians for this academic year’s work immersion program that starts today.

Thomasians are now being exposed to the varied industries that they intend to join as professionals after they earn their respective college degrees.

The medical field still tops as the leading industry that Thomasians are preparing to join in the future. There are now 36 students assigned in the San Carlos City Hospital; 21 of them aspire to become nurses.

The maritime industry comes in second. Twenty-four students are now being immersed in the shipping industry through a partnership with Lite Shipping Corporation.

Aspiring to be Part of the Maritime Industry. Thomasians assist passengers on their first day of work immersion at the San Carlos City Sea Port.
Scheduling and Assignments. Thomasians get exposure at the City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office.
The Future Thomasian Lawyers. These three students from the Humanities and Social Sciences strand help in filing legal documents at the Lezama & Umadhay Law Office.


Aiming to become Engineers. Thomasians start their exposure and immersion at Kenneth Construction.
Banking & Finance. Thomasians from the Accountancy, Business and Management strand at the Philippine National Bank with manager Maria Osilla Molina.
The Future Policemen. Thomasians at the administrative department of the San Carlos City Police Station.


Aspiring Law Enforcers. Thomasians at the San Carlos City Police Station after their orientation
HUMSS. Aspiring lawyers with Atty. Samuel SM Lezama, former CST-R legal counsel and head lawyer of the Lezama & Umadhay Law Office. 
Soon to Join the Global Filipinos in the leading commercial fleets are these Thomasians at the San Carlos City Sea Port


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