Campus Roundup: Blood Donation, Company Exam, Scholarship Grant

CITE SUPPORTS BLOOD DONATION

CITE supports the Department of Health’s intensified advocacy on voluntary blood donation to provide safe blood supply thus sustaining its adequacy and accessibility. Strengthened by the Republic Act 7719, also known as the National Blood Services Act of 1994, millions of lives are saved despite DOH’s continuing challenge to recruit voluntary blood donors.

This year, CITE drew 45 blood donors from different year levels in a bloodletting activity held February 22, 2019. About 450 milliliters were extracted from the donors. DOH has set the goal to collect 1 million blood units annually to meet the demands for blood transfusion among patients. Nurse Franklin Fernandez gave the orientation on blood donation on February 21.

SAN MIGUEL BREWERY CONDUCTS QUALIFYING EXAM

Forty-five alumni out of 97 passed the qualifying exam given by San Miguel Brewery on February 22. The exam aims to fill different job positions for expansion of San Miguel in Davao. Noewen Galang , HR assistant of SMB-Davao and Jessa Dungog of SMB  Mandaue administered the exam to the applicants.

DIET CAMPAIGN KICKS OFF!

The DIET campaign committee, headed by Mr. Michael Mingo, is in full swing of the campaign for the Diploma in Engineering Technology. The campus tour on February 28 drew senior high school graduates from different public high school who may be interested to become technologists through our 3-year level 5 program. Schools visited Arcelo Memorial High School and Pulpogan National High School were visited.

CITE ACES INKS SCHOLARSHIP GRANT

The first batch of CITE graduates has raised a perpetual grant for CITE students who are taking up the diploma in engineering technology program. Mark Selisana represented the Aces during the February 14 signing of the memorandum of agreement with Development Office Unit Director Peter Millan.

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