The Student Assistants and Student Marshalls Organization (SASMO) conducted an orientation and seminar on customer’s care and services to their newly hired members last September 7, held at the BCU Function Hall-main building.
Dr. Elma D. Donaal, the vice president for academic affairs, conveyed an inspirational message to the current and new student’s assistants and marshals while Mrs. Judith R. Adina, a registered guidance counsellor and SASMO Coordinator, presented the participants in the program for the oath taking to fully commit themselves as working students of the University.
Adina also discussed about customer’s care and services on how to deal with different personalities of their customers and tips for them to use in their designated work.
Mr. Junik Cris A. Calahi, a library staff, delivered his speech about the challenges of being a student assistant. “Don’t break the line”, what you have started today, you will bring that in the future, he said.
Calahi also mentioned some of the characteristics of being a working student like hardworking, determination, faith and most of all believe in yourself.
Mr. Christian Victor B. Obrero, the university’s guidance psychometrician, tackled the “Balancing Life of a Working Student”. After their messages, the election of SASMO officers followed.
The closing remarks was given by Dr. Perfecto M. Lopez, the Vice President for Administration.