BS HCD student, USG president chosen as Bloomberg’s Campus Ambassador

BS HCD student, USG president chosen as Bloomberg’s Campus Ambassador

by Lorenz Visco on July 7, 2014 - 4:17 pm

Mac Valdez

Mac Valdez during the 2012 Eucharistic Procession.

Third year Human Capital Development student Josef Maximillan “Mac” Valdez has recently been chosen as Bloomberg’s Campus Ambassador. As such, he will market and coordinate the Bloomberg Aptitude Test (BAT) and increase participation on local, national, and international levels. Working directly with Bloomberg Institute, he will develop and execute marketing campaigns that will expand the market of the BAT.

The Bloomberg Aptitude Test is a two-hour multiple choice test that can assess one’s strength in eight key performance areas that can cater to those interested in the fields of business or finance. Every BAT test-taker is anonymously entered into the Bloomberg Talent Search Database. Available to more than 20,000 top firms, the Talent Search allows employers to contact a test-taker for an internship, or full-time position.The BAT is offered in over 1,000 universities and Bloomberg offices worldwide.

Mac Valdez is one of nine ambassadors in the Philippines, with 600 current ambassadors worldwide. He is also the University Student Government President, and represents the School of Education and Human Development.

The Bloomberg’s Campus Ambassador Program recognizes young students with a passion for marketing, education, and finance. It is an opportunity to be part of a dynamic network of students around the world and to represent Bloomberg Institute.

Know more about the Bloomberg Campus Ambassador Program here.

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