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DOLE, LGU launches first GIP-Mobile Project in Solano, Nueva Vizcaya

The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Regional Office No. 2 through its Nueva Vizcaya Field Office (NVFO) in partnership with the Local Government Unit (LGU) of Solano, Nueva Vizcaya launched the first GIP - Mobile Project on March 29, 2023 at the Solano North Elementary School, Solano, Nueva Vizcaya.

The said project aims to help 34 Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) passers who are at the same time Government Internship Program (GIP) beneficiaries to increase and strengthening their chances for sustainable employment.  

The beneficiaries will be assigned to different far-flung areas of Solano town to extend tutorial services in order to train children in their reading comprehension skills.

DOLE-NVFO Chief Elizabeth U. Martinez and LGU Solano, Nueva Vizcaya Mayor Atty. Philip A. Dacayo led the said launching.

Other attendants include Solano Vice Mayor Eduardo DL. Tiongson and Department of Education (DepEd) officials, namely: School Head District Supervisor Cesario C. Mariano, EdD - Solano II and Imelda S. Moreno, PSDS - Solano I, host Principal Maggie Ronalyn Y. Bacani, Dindo John H. Moreno PhD, EPS English, AIC Division Reading Coordinator Irene B. Bosque, Division Librarian II Chester C. Cortez. Pastor Christopher James Daway of Jesus Loves You Saint Louise School (SLS) Solano Batch ’78 was also present in the activity.

In a message, Vice Mayor Tiongson said that there are many licensed teachers in the municipality who doesn’t have work and are now given the opportunity to impart their knowledge to young learners.

He ended his statement thanking DOLE for approving their project proposal, the DepEd for identifying the GIP beneficiaries, the NGO’s and religious groups who volunteered to help and collaborate to make the Book Mobile Project a reality.

DOLE Chief Martinez meanwhile reiterated the objective of the GIP to generate employment to individuals like LET Passers by providing them three (3) months of internship opportunity and the chance to be rehired for another term based on the result of assessment of their performances. 

Chief Martinez also mentioned that the opportunity will enable them to gain relevant work experience in line with their profession while teaching and help them pursue a career in public service in either local or national government agencies later on. ###

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