STI to the Max

 

Present at the event were STI’s Vice President for Academics Dr. Lloyd C. Bautista, STI’s Assistant Vice President for Management Information System (MIS) and Assessment Dr. Harry Alfonso L. Joson, Max’s Human Resource Director Rhodora M. De Leon, and Max’s Corporate Recruitment and Selection Manager Isabel R. Villarta. The agreement will not only further strengthen the relationship between the two organizations, but will also provide top-quality training to STI interns and groom them to eventually take on leadership positions.    
   
“In engaging with the students of STI, we will be able to provide them with the right environment so they can become responsible individuals and professionals, and at the same time, we see STI’s potential in producing adept talents in the future. With the partnership, we are looking at leadership development programs that when they graduate, they are ready, their skills are honed, ready for the real world, and hopefully, they will think of us as potential employers in the future,” Rhodora De Leon says in a statement.    
   
Since last year, Max’s provided STI students with a 300-hour OJT Program that seeks to immerse students with practical procedures and techniques on handling restaurant management operations, customer-service orientation, cuisine-menu preparations and other technical skills. Following the partnership, student training is taken to a higher level as Max’s online modules will be integrated to STI’s curriculum providing industry-based practices.    
   
In his remarks, Dr. Lloyd Bautista emphasized that, “industry collaboration is one of STI’s priority programs. The partnership provides students access to online modules before their on-the-job deployment. This online module will be a part of STI’s computer laboratory lectures, giving the students a 2-day orientation and practical lessons based on the actual operation in the branch. This opportunity will give STI’s Hotel and Restaurant Management students the advantage to be immersed in the actual branch operations immediately.”    
   
The partnership gives STI students a competitive advantage, especially that Max’s restaurants nationwide present good training grounds for future on-the-job trainees. In fulfillment of STI’s commitment to bring forth job-ready graduates, STI students from all over the country will benefit from STI’s thrust to continually find avenues for them after they graduate, and enjoy the opportunities given to them by industry partners such as Max’s.    
   
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STI Education Services Group, Inc. is owned by the publicly listed company STI Education Systems Holdings, Inc. (PSE SYMBOL: “STI”). STI remains committed to providing education for real life for thirty years now with highly-relevant academic programs in the fields of Information & Communications Technology, Business & Management, Tourism & Hospitality Management, Engineering, Arts & Sciences, and Healthcare. More information on STI is available at www.sti.edu.    
   
Global Max Services Pte. Ltd. is an established figure in the food industry here in the Philippines that owns the famous Max’s Restaurants nationwide. Especially known for their fried chicken, Max’s is also reputable for their Filipino dishes and has expanded its reach in different locations around USA and Canada.    
 
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