Southern Luzon State University formalized its partnership with the Canadian Executive Service Organization through a virtual Memorandum of Understanding signing ceremony held through Google Meet, June 14, 2021.
CESO is an organization that “empowers people, businesses, communities and institutions to drive economic development and improve lives around the world and in Canada by sharing the right expertise and experience.”
In the partnership SLSU and CESO entered into, the university will be participating in the Accelerating Women’s Empowerment program of the organization through a program to be implemented by the Office of International and Alumni Affairs, Graduate School, and the College of Administration, Business, Hospitality, and Accountancy.
The said partnership was signed into by Dr. Doracie B. Zoleta-Nantes and facilitated by Dr. Joanna Paula E. Verano, director of the OIAA; Dr. Gondelina A. Radovan, vice president for academic affairs; Dr. Mari Jane A. Lee, dean of GS; and Dr. Chona V. Cayabat, dean of CABHA.
Article By: Amiel Jansen Demetrial