Students can now apply for summer jobs offered by the government.
|Summer Jobs For Students In The Philippines 2014|
Qualifications to be accepted as a SPES Trainee are the following:
1. Students/out-of-school youth who are at least 18 years old but not more than 25 years old;
2. He/she must be enrolled this school year (in-school) or if not, must have intention to enroll next school year (out-of-school);
3. The combined annual net income of both parents must not exceed Php 143,000; and
4. Applicants must possess office skills with priority given to those with computer-related skills.
The following requirements must be accomplished for the SPES application:
1. SPES Application Form (Download Official SPES Application Form from http://tinyurl.com/DepEdSPES2014);
2. Birth Certificate / Baptismal Certificate (Certified True Copy / NSO);
3. Income tax returns of both parents. If non-filers of ITR, they must bring an affidavit duly certified by the BIR that the annual net income of both parents does not exceed Php. 143,000 or a Barangay Certification as to the economic status of his/her family;
4. College Students: Recent grades and school registration preferably in the second semester; and for the Out-of-School Youth (OSY), provide Grades available before dropping out of school or a Certificate of Indigence issued by the Barangay where the OSY resides.
SPES 2014 Trainees in the National Capital Region (NCR) will be employed for 30 (thirty) working days under the supervision of SPES 2014 Secretariat in the Department of Education – Central Office.
The application period is from March 10-22, 2014 from 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM, Monday – Saturday. Submission of document may be thru email via scanned documents (zip file) with your Name and Date of Submission to firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also send your certified true copy of documents enclosed in a brown envelope with your Name and Date of Submission.
Summer job seekers outside NCR may inquire in the DOLE office nearest them about the details of their own SPES program. Each town/municipality/city has its own SPES.