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Under the ILS Internship Program (INTERNi), the following students have been accepted this April and are expected to finish their internship by June 2017: Lavinia Lyka P. Alvarez (Adamson University-BSBA Business Economics); Kathleen C. Aquino (Adamson University-BSBA Business Economics); John Calvin C. Espallardo (Adamson University-BSBA Financial Management); Ulysses B. Guevarra (Bulacan State University-BS Information Technology); Leandro Miguel V. Novero (Polytechnic University of the Philippines-Bachelor in Public Administration); and Dominique E. Cachuela (Xavier University-Ateneo de Cagayan AB International Studies).

The ILS Internship Program (INTERNi) is the Institute’s response to the requests by colleges and universities that require their graduating students to undergo immersion in an actual work setting.

Launched in May 2015, INTERNi has steadily achieved its objective as a training program that enables students to develop and improve knowledge, skills, and abilities by engaging in the real world of work, particularly in a government research agency. To date, a total of seventy (70) students from different colleges and universities with diverse educational backgrounds have gone through the ILS INTERNi program.
Interested students who wish to do their on-the-job training at ILS may contact 527-3522 / 527-3490 for queries and information.

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