CESB groundbreaks new Resource Center

August 3, 2017

Upholding its commitment to deliver excellent service to its clients, the Career Executive Service Board led by its Executive Director Maria Anthonette Velasco-Allones unveiled the three-storey CES Resource Center during the Inauguration-Unveiling and Blessing Ceremony of the on July 26, 2017.

Reverend Father Bong Natividad from The Cathedral Shrine and Parish of the Good Shepherd officiated the blessing ceremony of the CES Resource Center. With a total area of 150 square meters, the Resource Center will serve as the focal venue for the conduct of the Assessment Center (AC) and other lifelong learning sessions of the CES.

ED Allones extended her gratitude to the key officials of the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) and National Housing Authority (NHA) who are CESB’s partners in the construction of the multi-purpose building. National Union of Career Executive Service Officers, Inc. (NUCESO) Vice President and Commission on Higher Education (CHED) Director IV Maximo Aljibe as well as other AC assessors also graced the ceremony.

The event was made more momentous with the presence of Civil Service Commission and CES Governing Board Chairperson Alicia dela Rosa-Bala, CESO I; former Board Member and CESB Executive Director Elmor D. Juridico, CESO II; and Holy Spirit Brgy. Captain Chito Valmocina.

Finally, ED Allones did not miss out in thanking the CESB Secretariat led by Finance and Administrative Division Chief Jocelyn P. Lachica whose hard work contributed to the success of the activity.

“This is another milestone of the CESB because we finally have a place where we can be assured that those who are working for their CES Eligibility can feel more comfortable,” said Chairperson Bala before receiving the symbolic key from DPWH Bureau of Design Director Engr. Dante Potante. According to her, the Resource Center emanates positive energy, which she hopes everyone radiates in return. “This symbolizes our commitment to develop and hone the future leaders in the bureaucracy,” she furthered.