In a heartening display of commitment to public service, a group of dedicated college graduates participating in the Department of Labor and Employment’s (DOLE) Government Internship Program (GIP) recently had the privilege of a courtesy call with Mayor Manolet. The GIP, which offers a three-month internship opportunity, has proven to be a transformative experience for these young individuals aspiring to contribute to the betterment of their community and the nation as a whole.

Participating in the GIP instills a sense of responsibility and civic duty in the beneficiaries. It exposes them to the challenges and rewards of public service, fostering a deep commitment to making a positive impact on their community. The experience gained during the program equips them with the tools needed to address local issues effectively.

The courtesy call by GIP beneficiaries to Mayor Manolet is a testament to the program’s success in nurturing the aspirations of young college graduates with a passion for public service. It reflects the Mayor’s commitment to providing opportunities for the town’s youth to contribute to the community’s betterment. As these future leaders continue to learn and grow through the GIP, the town of Manapla can look forward to a brighter and more promising future, driven by the energy, enthusiasm, and dedication of its emerging public servants.