Guam – Students at Guam Community College got the opportunity to interview for jobs at the new Guam Regional Medical City on their own turf today, as GRMC held a job fair for GCC students at the Anthony A. Leon Guerrero Allied Health Center from 11 A.M. to 2 P.M.
GRMC officials were not only looking to hire medical personnel from GCC’s Practical Nursing and Medical Assisting programs, but also, officials from the new hospital’s Human Resources, Marketing, Information Technology, and other departments were looking for potential employees from GCC’s student population.
[Alan Funtanilla, GRMC Chief Nursing Officer, interviews GCC Medical Assisting student Francis Hermosilla today at the GRMC job fair at GCC’s AALG Allied Health Center.]
In all, 56 students and/or graduates attended the job fair and 34 were interviewed by GRMC.
“We are planning another job fair in the latter part of June at one of the shopping malls,” said Carlos Pangelinan, GRMC Communications & Community Relations Officer.
[Kimberly Tudela, LPN, a 2011 GCC Practical Nursing graduate, discusses job opportunities with, from left, Litz McKinnon, GRMC Human Resources, and Christine Quinata GRMC Marketing, during the GRMC Job Fair held May 2 at the GCC AALG Allied Health Center.]