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A few setback towards the right path

Carole T. Rumba looked forward to landing a stable job after her graduation. As she pursues her dream, she tries to run small businesses. In the following year, she tried to take the Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET), but she was not fortunate enough to pass the examination.  Despite the setback, she held on to her belief that everything happens for a reason.

After her marriage, she realized that looking for a stable job is not that easy, until her friend called her for a three-month job offer at the Local Government Unit of Aritao under the Government Internship Program (GIP) of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE). Given the opportunity as an Intern, she finally reached her goal to land a first job. During her internship, she was assigned at the Mayor's Office (MO) of LGU Aritao and she was in-charge of encoding and preparing documents such as Purchase Orders and Requests. She was also tasked to transmit letters in different offices.

As she renders her service, she was able to show her skills, capabilities and learned the dynamics of government work on public service. Hence, she felt sad because the end of her contract as an intern was closely ahead. She thought that it was the end of her service as a government intern, but a day before the end of her contract they told her to submit an application because they want to absorb her as a Job Order employee to be assigned in the Mayor's Office. Without any hesitation, she immediately grabbed the opportunity.

Meanwhile, she works at the Mayor's Office as an Administrative Aide. She used her passion about her experience to deliver good service to the public, as she always believes in the quotation of Thomas Jefferson: “I'm a great believer in luck, and the harder I work the more I have of it.". ###

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