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Golla is Outstanding PESO Manager

by Alumni Relation and Placement Office


Posted on May 2, 2012 at 3:04 PM


De La Salle University Dasmariñas

The provincial government of Cavite thru the Provincial Public Employment Service Office (PESO) conferred to DLSU-D’s Alumni Relations and Placement (ARPO) director Nathaniel S. Golla, the distinguished “Outstanding PESO Manager Award.”

The award is in recognition of the leadership of Golla in his efforts in implementing relevant programs and initiatives in support of the government’s thrust to lessen, if not totally eradicate, unemployment and career mismatches. Golla is the concurrent PESO Manager of the University Public Employment Service Office with Leo Manansala as Deputy Manager.

“Rest assured that De La Salle University-Dasmariñas and Team ARPO-UPESO will remain a staunch partner of the government and the private sector in creating more possibilities for the welfare of the Filipino people,” Golla emphasized.

The award is in recognition of the leadership of Golla in his efforts in implementing relevant programs and initiatives in support of the government’s thrust to lessen, if not totally eradicate, unemployment and career mismatches. Golla is the concurrent PESO Manager of the University Public Employment Service Office with Leo Manansala as Deputy Manager.

“Rest assured that De La Salle University-Dasmariñas and Team ARPO-UPESO will remain a staunch partner of the government and the private sector in creating more possibilities for the welfare of the Filipino people,” Golla emphasized.

Among the notable projects of ARPO-UPESO is the Alumni Portal, annual job expo, career seminars, pre-employment services such as on-site application of NBI, SSS number, postal ID, cedula, and passport. Most of the endeavors of the Office is open to the public. The Office has also created a scholarship endowment fund which will benefit the relatives of displaced overseas workers in the Middle East. The endowment fund hopes to raise half a million pesos in the next two years.