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Friday, October 21, 2011

Maryville University Offers Online Graduate Nursing Program

Ranked by U.S.News & World Report as one of the nation's Best National Universities and by Forbes as one of the top universities in the nation, Maryville University is now offering nurses the opportunity to advance their education through three online programs. Two master's degrees are offered—Adult-Geriatric Nurse Practitioner (AGNP) and Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP)—as well as a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree.

Offered through Maryville University's School of Health Professions, the graduate nursing program offers a streamlined curriculum designed to provide a set of core studies and practicum experiences to better prepare nurses for advanced nurse practitioner positions in primary healthcare.

All three programs begin with foundational principles and then advance to nurse practitioner courses—culminating in a capstone sequence. Clinical internship courses are supervised by preceptors (arranged by students and approved by program administration) and completed in healthcare facilities local to the student.

While each program focuses on the appropriately aged client at various stages of wellness and in various community settings, they all share a common goal of preparing nurses to positively influence the health and well-being of those in the community they serve. The nursing program pursues this goal by maintaining sensitivity to ongoing changes in the healthcare needs of our society.

Designed with practicing nurses in mind, the online program offers convenient, flexible courses that can be completed while continuing to work. The AGNP can be completed in as little as two years, the FNP in just over two years and the DNP in one-and-a-half years.

For more information, visit or contact a school representative directly at 1-877-830-4636.


Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Jobs In Singapore-Marketing and Communication Executive

Are you now looking for a Singapore company that will be able to offer the next step in your career? We are searching for talented and ambitious individuals who are eager and learn to work in a dynamic environment.



• Preparing and distributing organization memos and communications

• Develop marketing brochures, newsletters and coordinate/ coordinate/ arrange press releases

• Content management for local intranet

• Assist manager in marketing & leasing related issues

• Logistical support for employee meetings and events

• Support external communications programs as required


· Degree in Communications, Arts or Marketing

· Must be graduate from any of the following Universities:

UST, DLSU (Manila & St.Benilde), Ateneo De Manila University,

UP- Diliman , Mapua Institute of Technology

· Minimum 2 years of working experience in Communications or Marketing

· Experience in working in high-tech industry is advantageous

· Excellent writing, oral communication and organizational skills

· Great interpersonal skills, comfortable working across all levels

· Ability to work in a highly dynamic environment

· Sensitive to cultural diversity

· Proficiency in written and spoken Mandarin is advantageous

· Able to start work immediately or within short notice

· 35 years old below

· Male/Female

If you meet the above qualification, please submit personally the following requirements (2 Sets in A4 size bond paper)

Resume with detailed job description
Valid Passport (colored copy)
Diploma (colored copy)
Employment Certificate (if any available)
NBI Clearance
Picture 2x2 (4pcs)
Wholebody Picture in white background (2 pcs)
Long Brown and plastic envelop
CD copy containing MS Word format Resume, scanned copy of passport and diploma,

Only qualified applicants may initially send their updated MS Word format resume with photo / diploma/ passport copy to:

Please indicate the POSITION applied and SCHOOL you graduated in the subject email for easy evaluation

Any further enquiries relating to the position, please call us at:
532-9264 / 532-7371

POEA License No.: POEA-261-LB-121510-R
Address: Unit 3 & 4 ESC Bldg., 153 San Francisco St. Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila
Tel. No.: 5329264 / 5327371

Thursday, October 13, 2011

OWWA-6 recognizes model OFW families

The Overseas Workers Welfare Administration (OWWA) recently recognized the winners of Model Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) Family Award for 2011.

OWWA-6 Dir. Samuel S. Madrid said the awardee for the Land-Based Category is the Alba Family from Talisay, Negros Occidental, while the Dalen Family, from Calinog Iloilo won the Sea-based Category.

Madrid said the annual search for Model Overseas Filipino Worker Family of the Year Award (MOFYA) is the government’s way of recognizing the contributions of these OFWs to the community and to the country.

He added that it is also a way of honoring them for their significant accomplishments and make their success stories serve as models for other OFWs to emulate.

Rizza Joy Mapa, OWWA information officer, said there were five nominees in all for Western Visayas: Ulpricio Gamayao from Dumangas and Hector Dalen from Calinog, for Sea-based category; Orlando Alba from Talisay, Negros Occidental, Rolando Arcasitas, Bacolod City and Ceferino Tongan, from San Jose Antique.

The three non-winners were given special awards: the Tongan family for Success in Managing Family finances; the Gamayao Family for Success in Civic/community Involvement; and, the Arcasitas family for Success in Children’s Education.

The nominees were evaluated according to indicators, like, Wholesome OFW Family; Civic/Community Involvement, Success in Children’s/Family Members’ Education, and Success in Managing Family Finances.

Meanwhile, in his speech during the awarding ceremonies, Iloilo City Mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog paid tribute to the OFWs, saying he, too, is married to an OFW, a nurse who works in Canada.

Mabilog said he appreciated the government, through OWWA, to recognize the efforts and exceptional achievements of the OFWs, as they face so many challenges and bear a lot of sacrifices in their work.

“Any recognition from government will surely make them proud and happy,” Mabilog said.

The MOFYA is already on its 7th year, and the region’s winners will represent Western Visayas in the MOFYA National Search this December.

source: PIA

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

No Maid Ban In Kuwait According To Phil Envoy

Philippine officials in Kuwait denied reports that the Philippine government is banning Filipino domestic workers from being deployed to Kuwait while new legislation is being ironed out to protect the workers.

In a report of "Kuwait Times," Ambassador Shulan Primavera belied news reports quoting "sources" that the Philippine was not allowing Filipino domestic workers to be deployed in Kuwait.

"The last update I received from the team that visited Kuwait last week was that the committee in the House of Representatives will review the Migrant Workers Act. So far, as we're talking, we haven't received any official statement or information from Manila, and all of my sources are denying it [that an official announcement has been issued]," Primavera said in an interview with Kuwait Times.

Source: GMANews.TV