Global leader in verification solutions, TrueProfile.io, has forged a partnership with Trinity University of Asia (TUA) that will allow students and fresh graduates to authenticate their documents to boost their global competitiveness.
As it celebrates its foundation week, TUA has set its sights on providing its students with more avenues for career enhancement by assisting them with their job applications overseas.
After graduating from TUA’s prominent healthcare program, students often look to maximize their opportunities by applying to clinics and hospitals outside of the country.
“In the advent of social media and modern hiring practices, employers are always within arms-length of the talent that they wish to hire. We believe that the application process can be made more convenient for Filipino graduates as our technology provides them the simplest way to legitimize their applications. This is the first step to securing their future abroad,” said TrueProfile.io’s co-founder, René Seifert.
TUA has teamed up with TrueProfile.io to provide every new graduate with free education verification to be used on their TUA degree.
TrueProfile.io validates an applicant’s professional documents such as degree certificate, professional references, good standing certificates and professional licenses through Primary Source Verification.
The verified documents are then stored on blockchain as a ‘TrueProof’ which ensures applicants will be able to access and share their documents instantly with employers, regulators and authorities.
To date, the partnership has garnered sign-ups from over 300 students, mostly from TUA’s healthcare program.
“Our commitment is to provide a sound learning environment for our students, even after they have graduated. Through this partnership with TrueProfile.io, we are optimistic that we will generate more opportunities for our students to pursue both national and global careers, and that we can foster inclusive growth for our youth.” said Caleb Coniate, manager of TUA’s Global Education and Industry Relations Office.
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