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Angeles University Foundation Signs Partnership with JobOpenings

Date Posted: Aug 17, 2011

One of the leading universities in the Philippines, Angeles University Foundation (AUF) and top Philippine jobsite, JobOpenings Philippines have signed a memorandum of agreement last August 13, 2011 at the AUF campus, Angeles City, Pampanga that aims to help AUF alumni find local jobs.


Angeles University Foundation president Atty. Joseph Emanuel Angeles and JobOpenings president Robert John Oh have signed the partnership in order to secure job opportunities for AUF graduates.


Last Saturday, students, faculties and alumni welcomed JobOpenings.ph team and witness the official launch of the www.jobopenings.ph/auf website dedicated only to AUF jobseekers.


The AUF alumnis can create their resume and browse thousands of job oprnings at their own career site at JobOpenings. Apart from that, they will also know the latest job fairs, career news, career guides and other resources for all jobseekers!


With over 10,000 jobs posted by top companies in the Philippines, the AUF alumni will have a great opportunity to land a job at JobOpenings.


The administration of AUF and JobOpenings are looking forward for better programs and job fairs in the near future.


The Angeles University Foundation is one of the top performing schools in the Philippines

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