MNN welcomes young journalist interns from MSC

BOAC, Marinduque — Marinduque News Network (MNN) welcomed five student interns from Marinduque State College (MSC) on Monday, April 25.

On-the-Job (OJT) training coordinators Carl Ian Lagar and Jerome Lingon of BA Comm program and Jean Grace Solina of BA ELS program formally introduced and endorsed the interns to the officer of MNN in Boac.

“I am delighted to welcome in our newsroom the 5 young journalists from MSC as part of this year’s internship program,” said Adrian Rosales, managing director of MNN.

The said interns are all from the Institute of Arts and Social Sciences in which two trainees namely Chinny Go and Krystel Jane Manalo are from Bachelor of Arts in English (BA ELS) while Syy-jay Mabunga, Hanna Belle Marquez and Rjay Montenegro are from Bachelor of Arts in Communication (BA Comm) department.

Rosales emphasized the significance of the partnership between MSC and MNN wherein he said that it will be a perfect avenue for the students to experience the actual work set up.

He added that the undertaking will also help the interns to put their education into practice, develop their leadership skills and give them the competitive advantage as they pursue a permanent and stable position in the corporate world.

Marinduque News Network, a partner of Lucky Seven Cable, is a leading digital media and broadcasting company serving the island of Marinduque that’s driven by uncompromising journalism, enabled by technology, and enriched by communities of action with the final goal of seeing the quality of Marinduquenos lives improved and empowered to participate in the country’s democratic processes. —

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