Tuesday, May 13, 2014

High School Techies Build Future with Junior Mobile Wizard Program


Globe Telecom President & CEO Ernest Cu welcomes at The Globe Tower 32 high school students who were selected to participate in this year’s Globe Junior Mobile Wizard program
High school techies are now given a rare opportunity to build their future through Globe Telecom’s Junior Mobile Wizard program.

Pioneered in 2012, the Junior Mobile Wizard Program is a six-week summer program offered to Globe employees' high school children, who will be assisting in selected Globe concept stores in Metro Manila, giving the teens a chance to learn outside a campus setting and become a part of a real company setting as they interact with customers. This year, a total of 32 qualified for the program, with 25 coming from Metro Manila, 5 from Cebu and 2 from Davao.  The students, aged 15 to 17, are in second to fourth year high school level.

The students are tasked to demonstrate and discuss the latest gadgets and mobile data services, as well as other Globe offers and services, providing them the opportunity to assist customers who may wish to apply for the latest postpaid and broadband plans or avail of other Globe promos.


The summer program aims to impart social, business and entrepreneurial skills in these students. It began with a 2-day training at the telecommunication’s headquarters in Bonifacio Global City. The students were then assigned in 7 Globe stores located in several areas in the Philippines.

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