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MENTEES. Participants from the Department of Trade and Industry’s “Kapatid Mentor Me (KMME) program”.(DTI-10)

20 Camiguin mentees from DTI’s ‘Kapatid Mentor Me’ present their biz progress plan

After three months of group lectures and one-on-one mentoring sessions in the preparation of business improvement plan, some 20 mentees from “Kapatid Mentor Me (KMME) program” by the Department of Trade Industry in Region 10  has required to present their individual BIPs to panelists.

The graduation took place on June 08, 2018 at Paras Beach Resort,  Mambajao, Camiguin attended by PCE Mentor Mr. Clarke S. Nebrao, LAS, Atty Estrella Menchavez, other panelists, DTI 10 and DTI-Camiguin staff.

Before the formal lecture of the KMME Module 10 (Business Law), the DTI-Camiguin designated KMME dean Zita M. Abellare (STIDS) to present the Summary of Highlights and Learnings of the previous module.

Part of the presentation were updates on the upcoming schedules of lectures, mentoring sessions and presentation of the status of the output of the mentoring and the submission of home works assigned to the mentees.

All DTI-Cam BDD staff and BCs were also present during this lecture.

The mentees were guided and officially assisted by their mentor, Mr. Edgar Bongosia to prepare their business improvement plans with DTI-Camiguin staff who rendered them technical assistance in the encoding and powerpoint presentation. (PR/DTI-10)  

 

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