STOP 2017 Results – Batch 1

The Admission Committee recommends the admission of the following successful applicants into CITE’s 3-year Industrial Technician Program (ITP) starting SY 2017-2020. Their acceptance depends upon the results of the Medical Examinations, verification interviews and the final approval of the Management Staff of the school: Surname First Name Middle Name School 1 ALIVIO JURVIN Dungog Tolotolo […]

Read More »

All Shapes and Sizes

“If there’s a thing or two that CITE has taught me, that would be loving one’s work and continually seeking improvement,” says 30-year old Lonmars Gorre, a Mechanical Technology graduate. Lonmars works as a CNC machinist in Vanguard Oil Tools and Services, company in Muscat, Oman that provides oil sector with oil tool design, innovative […]

Read More »

Take the First Step!

Don’t you think it’s easy to say that CITE’s Industry Technician Program (ITP) is a catch-all program, one size that fits all. We can’t just get enough to say that this long-running 3-year course has been found as the most effective training modality for students of life coming from different platforms and walk of life […]

Read More »

Pope Francis Receives New Prelate in Audience

MARCH 3, 2017 –  the Holy Father received the Prelate of Opus Dei, Monsignor Fernando Ocáriz, in an audience, accompanied by the Vicar General, Monsignor Mariano Fazio. The Pope greeted them with an affectionate “abrazo,” or hug. In the audience, which lasted about 25 minutes, the Prelate thanked him for his warm telegram on the […]

Read More »

A Bountiful Yield

The ground breaks into fresh wounds as he starts to plow through the field. Rudy Molejon braves the sweltering heat to prepare his small farm for the next planting season, while his wife Gigi is in the thick of preparing the meals for their visiting grandkids at their modest home. Three years ago, the Molejon […]

Read More »

Letter from the Prelate

First pastoral letter of Monsignor Fernando Ocáriz for the faithful of the prelature of Opus Dei. My dear children: may Jesus watch over my daughters and sons for me! You will understand how moved I am in writing you, and calling you my daughters and sons for the first time. Right from the evening of […]

Read More »

CITE To Mark 27th Year!

Twenty-seven years ago, a school was founded in response to Opus Dei prelate Blessed Alvaro del Portillo’s call to close the enormous gap between the poor and rich in the country. To this day, the fight to end poverty is far from over as the gap continuously to widen leaving a score of  young Filipinos […]

Read More »

CITE Students Among Recipients of SM Scholarship

Two hundred SM Foundation scholars gathered for their very first general assembly in Cebu last December 14 at the SM Seaside City Cebu. The program started with a welcome message from Linda Atayde, SM Foundation executive director for education programs, sharing the motivating journey of SM founder and patriarch, Henry Sy Sr. This was followed […]

Read More »

Dr. Jason Cabahug, School Physician

Love for craft and service to humanity. This drives then-40-year old internist Dr. Jason B. Cabahug to be here at CITE on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 8:30 am to 10:30 am. Dr. Jason wants to make sure that the staff and students are in the pink of their health. Third from the eldest of […]

Read More »

Bishop Javier Echevarria, Prelate of Opus Dei, dies

Rome – His Excellency Javier Echevarria, Prelate of Opus Dei and second successor of its founder, St. Josemaria Escriva, has died this evening at 9:20 p.m. in Rome, in the Solemnity of Our Lady of Guadalupe. The auxiliary vicar of the prelature, Bishop Fernando Ocariz, was able to administer the last sacrament to Bishop Echevarria […]

Read More »

APEX Scholar Delivers Speech

Members of CITE Board, Chairman Mr. Jose Soberano III, President Oscar Rodriguez, Apex President Dr. Walter Brown, Engr. Ruben Laraya, scholarship grantors, industry partners, faculty and staff, dear parents, and fellow scholars, a pleasant morning to all of you. It is no surprise to all of you that most of the APEX scholars are small-scale […]

Read More »