A Five Year Follow-Up Study of Fellowship Baptist College Graduates Basis for Student Development Program


This study was conducted to determine the extent of the contribution of the student services of the Fellowship Baptist College have in the enhancement of the skills of the graduates in their performance at the present job. A total of 100 graduates from 1999 to 2004 were the respondents of the study. These graduates were all residing in Kabankalan City. Likewise, employers were also asked to participate in the study to provide feedback with regards to the skills of these graduates. A modified questionnaire based on Central Philippine University (CPU) Tracer study was adapted. From the data gathered, three relevant skills such as Technical, Conceptual and Human Relation Skills were perceived by the graduates as having a Great Extent in relation to their performance at their present job. The employers shared the same perception. Furthermore, there is a significant difference, 9.97 at .05 level of confidence in the extent of Technical skills as needed based on the perception of both graduates and employers. Likewise, a value 11.91 at .05 level of confidence indicated a significant difference in the extent of perception between the graduates al and employers regarding Concept skills On the other hand, no significant difference in the extent of perception of Human Relation skills with the value of 3.55 was indicated by both the graduates and employers at.05 level of confidence. In relation with the extent of the contribution of the Student Services, the following activities were ranked highest to lowest by the graduates: Spiritual enrichment as highest,

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Mary Jane Barrios, Caningay National High School,Central Philippines State University, Philippines

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Conference: APSec2015
Stream: International Institutions: IGOs

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