By Rommel M. Azucena, Jr.
Eight hospitality management students from Carlos Hilado Memorial State College recently left for Japan, where they will take part in a six-month internship with Chuo Food Services Company Ltd.
Angela S. Ching, Ma. Queenie L. Go, Angelica T. Posidario, Omar Jay T. Nuñez, Rovinica D. Puzon, and Joab S. Javellana will be based in Tokyo; while Elaiza V. Bugalon and Jay Lynn T. Suico will complete their internship in Osaka.
“We are very much thankful and privileged for the opportunity given to our students for this Japan internship,” said hospitality management on-the-job training supervisor Nieves A. Barato. “This endeavor is very much helpful to our students since our goal is to produce globally-competitive graduates.”
“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 internship program is conducted in collaboration with Asia Development Center Association International Internship and Consultancy Services. (PR)