Contact Information

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Placement Office

Phone:
4266001 loc. 5040-41

Fax:
4266077

E-mail:
placement@admu.edu.ph

Web:
http://placement.ateneo.edu

Office Hours:
Mon-Fri 8am-5pm, Sat 8am-12NN

The Ateneo Placement Office (APO) assists graduates in finding employment appropriate to their individuality for positive contribution to self, family, and society through a comprehensive Career Development Program and Networking with the four market sectors: industries, government offices/agencies, NGOs, and schools/colleges.  Juniors are placed for practicum in these market sectors.


Companies requesting Ateneo graduate referrals must submit the following:

  1.    Letter of Intent addressed to:
Mrs. Carla S. Siojo
Director
Ateneo Placement Office

Contents:
Job Openings (title, functions)
Qualifications of Applicants
Application Procedure
  2.    SEC Registration (first page only)
  3.    Company Profile

Send your documents by email (placement@admu.edu.ph) or fax (426-6077)


Services

• Career Counseling/Planning
• Self-Assessment
• Career Exploration
• Skills Development/Enhancement

Career Counselors

• Ms. Florence T. Ladion
• Mr. Ronnie Y. Rodriguez

Office Staff

• Ms. Johanna M. Santos (Administrative Assistant)
• Ms. Daisy Ann R. de la Cruz (Office Assistant)









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