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EDUCATIONAL SETTING:

Technological Institute of the Philippines

Guidance and Counseling Center

Allan Inandan
OJT

Daily Journal:

January 07, 2013: Setting Up A New Milestone

Though Technological Institute of the Philippines was never my first choice of the school that I wanted to have for the Educational Setting for my On-The-Job Training (OJT) experience, there are no regrets that I have on my mind when I inquire and request for acceptance in this school. It was a sunny day. I was standing at the street, looking at the gates and then starring at the huge black and yellow colored board with the name TIP on it. As i inquire and give my ID at the visitor's area and signed as an OJT, i looked forward for the experiences that I would be having on that school. The guidance office is located in the 3rd floor of the building. Accessible through the narrow stairs, as I open the door, cold breeze reaches my skin as the large room was air-conditioned inside. I noticed that some students, I mean lot of students where inside. Some are waiting and sitting and some are chatting with the counselors. We were welcomed warmly when we asked for Dra. Evangeline P. Rodil, head of the Guidance and Counseling Center, for the OJT application. Later on, we were asked to join her in the head's office. She was easy to talk to and accepted us as we present our requirements. She discussed about their own guidelines and the things we will be doing and the do's and don’ts. Besides that, she also asked us about some information toward our school and later on, about our careers as psychologist students and trainees. She also had given us some advice and tips as a student. We were accepted and we will begin our OJT for 100 hours in Educational setting in TIP tomorrow. I am looking forward for tomorrow as a new milestone has been set.

January 08, 2013: First Step

Official first day on TIP as an OJT, I arrived and timed-in 8:00 in the morning. I noticed I wasn't the first

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