CSU-OIGE Facilitates Alumni Employment Engagement with ASE in Kaohsiung Taiwan

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CSU-OIGE Facilitates Alumni Employment Engagement with ASE in Kaohsiung TaiwanCSU-OIGE Facilitates Alumni Employment Engagement with ASE in Kaohsiung TaiwanCSU-OIGE Facilitates Alumni Employment Engagement with ASE in Kaohsiung TaiwanCSU-OIGE Facilitates Alumni Employment Engagement with ASE in Kaohsiung TaiwanCSU-OIGE Facilitates Alumni Employment Engagement with ASE in Kaohsiung TaiwanCSU-OIGE Facilitates Alumni Employment Engagement with ASE in Kaohsiung TaiwanCSU-OIGE Facilitates Alumni Employment Engagement with ASE in Kaohsiung Taiwan
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CSU-OIGE Facilitates Alumni Employment Engagement with ASE in Kaohsiung TaiwanCSU-OIGE Facilitates Alumni Employment Engagement with ASE in Kaohsiung TaiwanCSU-OIGE Facilitates Alumni Employment Engagement with ASE in Kaohsiung TaiwanCSU-OIGE Facilitates Alumni Employment Engagement with ASE in Kaohsiung TaiwanCSU-OIGE Facilitates Alumni Employment Engagement with ASE in Kaohsiung TaiwanCSU-OIGE Facilitates Alumni Employment Engagement with ASE in Kaohsiung TaiwanCSU-OIGE Facilitates Alumni Employment Engagement with ASE in Kaohsiung Taiwan
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The Office of International and Global Engagement (OIGE) of Caraga State University has facilitated a virtual job placement orientation for our alumni through the ASE, in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Dr. Jayrold Arcede, OIGE head with his staff arranged the virtual event. It was attended by a number of CSU alumni of Butuan City campus and Cabadbaran City campus, and some CSU officials on May 12, 2022.

ASEI or Advanced Semiconductor Engineering, Incorporated is a provider of independent semiconductor assembling and test manufacturing services, with its headquarters in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Speakers were Mr. Richmond Huang, ASE Human Resource Management Head and Engr. Benjamin Arias ASE Quality Director. Engr. Arias is a Filipino Chemical Engineer and a product of UST who have been with the ASE for 35 years. ASE has more than 100, 000 employees.

Dr. Rolando N. Paluga, Vice President for Academic Affairs in his opening remarks noted the importance of making things happen, quoting the famous line of Michael Jordan, "Some people want it to happen, some wish it would happen, others make it happen."

Alumni attendees were engineering graduates who are already employed and others still seeking for employment both here and abroad. The well managed question and answer segment was enthusiastically participated by the alumni. It was hosted by OIGE’s Ms. Mysty Banias. The virtual meeting was a collaborative move between the academe and the industry. It is also forms part of CSU’s initiatives to strengthen its international and global engagement, and assuring the employability of CSU graduates.

In her closing remarks, the CSU Alumni Relations director, Dr. Sonia R. Low pointed out some thoughts for the alumni. “One, choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life. Two, it is never too late to be what you might have been. Three, all our dreams can come true, but only you can make good things happen to you. Four, learning is limitless, just like the sky above us. And all good comes to those who honor the Heavens and show empathy and respect to humanity. Everything is PR and the essence of PR is relationship. The last two thoughts were also mentioned by Engr. Benjamin Arias in his message to the alumni. The OIGE the OVPAA, the ASE and all others involved truly made a good happening on that day. PICO

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