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WODP scholar, now a licensed professional teacher

World of work proudly welcomes another product of DOLE scholarship program under Workers Organization Development Program (WODP) as Charise Amistoso Rivas passed the Licensure Examination for Teachers and will now take oath as Professional Teacher on January 25, 2020 in Lucena City, Quezon

Rivas, graduate of Bachelor in Elementary Education in Romblon State University last April 2019, is a legitimate dependent of Criselda Amistoso, a bonafide member of Otod Producers and Traders Multi-Purpose Cooperative - registered association located in San Fernando, Romblon.

Aside from enhancing the leadership capabilities and potential workers towards a pro-active and dynamic role in the national development, WODP provides educational opportunities to officers and members including their dependents for self-development, growth and be effective change agent in their organization and in their personal life through a scholarship under the Isabelo de los Reyes Scholarship Grant.

Despite of being married with children, Rivas was determined to finish her studies, hence her application for WODP scholarship was granted way back July 2015 and until she stepped on the stage for graduation.

During the college years, DOLE paid the 100% tuition fee including miscellaneous of Rivas and she is also receiving additional Php3,000.00 as monthly stipend and book allowance of Php2,500.00 per semester.

“Blessing po talaga ang      DOLE sa aking buhay maging sa aking pamilya. Sa  apat na taon hindi ko sinayang ang pagkakataon na mag aral ng mabuti, makapagtapos ng may mataas na marka na ngayo’y isa ng ganap na guro. Ito pong aking tagumpay ay tinatanaw ko bilang isang napakalaking pagpapala mula sa Diyos sa pamamagitan ng Department of Labor and Employment.

Kayo po ay malaking bahagi ng aking tagumpay at aking dalangin sa May Kapal na ang inyong ahensya ay patuloy na makatulong sa mga naghahangad makapagtapos ng pag aaral sa kabila ng kahirapan”, she added.


End/Sarah Jane B. Ferranco


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