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Malabon launches gov't internship program

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Malabon City - In a bid to provide residents with the opportunity to experience working in the government sector, Malabon City officially launched its Government Internship Program. Recently, an orientation was held in collaboration with the Malabon Employment Services Office and the Department of Labor and Employment, with a total of 60 individuals participating.

The program is open to residents aged 18 to 30 and aims to give them a chance to serve the community through working in various government offices within Malabon City.

Mayor Jeannie Sandoval of Malabon City stated, "Here in Malabon, many of us have the spirit of public service in our hearts, which is why our government has launched the Government Internship Program, providing our residents with the opportunity to work in the government sector."


The orientation, led by the Public Employment Service Office and the Department of Labor and Employment, saw the enthusiastic participation of 60 individuals who are eager to explore potential career paths in public service.

Mayor Sandoval further expressed her belief in the program's capacity to empower residents and provide them with valuable professional experience. By working in the government sector, interns will not only contribute to the betterment of Malabon City but also gain insights into the intricacies of public service.

Through the Government Internship Program, Malabon City aims to foster a sense of civic responsibility and encourage active citizen engagement in governance. By providing this platform, the city hopes to inspire future leaders who will contribute to the city's progress and development.

The program will offer interns a valuable opportunity to gain practical skills, develop their professional network, and make a meaningful impact within the community. It is yet another initiative by the city government to empower its residents and shape a brighter future for Malabon City.


As the Government Internship Program takes root in Malabon City, the city administration remains committed to supporting and nurturing local talent, ensuring that the next generation is equipped with the necessary skills and experiences to lead and serve with excellence.

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