CHMSU opens DSWD cash-for-work Program online applications

Local News Official
Local News OfficialSunStar File Photo

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) in Western Visayas has collaborated with Carlos Hilado Memorial State University to offer temporary employment opportunities for recent graduates and current students.

The online applications for 500 slots opened on Thursday, April 11, for AY 2021-2022 and AY 202-2023 graduates, and current students from all four campuses – Alijis, Binalbagan, Fortune Towne, and Talisay.

Interested applicants may apply online through bit.ly/CashForWorkCHMSU

The applications will run until April 18, 2024 or as soon as all slots are filled.

Current students are required to submit digital copies (image file) of their school ID and certification (certificate of enrollment). Meanwhile, graduates must submit digital copies of their school ID and diploma.

CHMSU is among the three state universities in Negros Occidental that will host the Cash-For-Work Program along with the Technological University of the Philippines Visayas and the State University of Northern Negros.

This initiative is made possible through the KALAHI-CIDSS Cash-For-Work Program, which aims to provide income support and work experience to individuals in need. 

This partnership benefits the students and recent graduates by giving them valuable work experience and supports the community by addressing local infrastructure needs through the program's projects.

The KALAHI-CIDSS Kapangyarihan at Kaunlaran sa Barangay (KKB) Cash-For-Work Program (CFWP) is a cash support in exchange for the agreed community work/ service task rendered.

It provides a short-term intervention through temporary employment or a targeted cash transfer for college graduates/ students and families affected by disasters and those belonging to economically poor and vulnerable communities and sectors such as but not limited to poor and transient poor, children, women, persons with disabilities (PWDs), indigenous peoples, and older persons. (PR)

Trending

No stories found.

Just in

No stories found.

Branded Content

No stories found.
SunStar Publishing Inc.
www.sunstar.com.ph