Meet: 11 Successful Cebuano Entrepreneurs

Success is a term that cannot be defined easily simply because its definition may differ from one person to another. For example, my friend believes that success is when you get to relax in a house somewhere in the province far away from the city life. Another friend of mine sees success as having the […]

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A Finished Road, A Simple Life, a Meaningful Summer

Thirty (30) university students and teachers from Metro Manila and Cebu (Philippines) came together for ten days during the summer break to build an access road to the cemetery in Bogo City, Cebu. There they made a startling discovery: the joy of simple living. “What’s up?!” With that short phrase my friends and I greeted […]

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36th Commencement Exercises Inspirational Speech

The following speech was delivered by Information Technology alumnus Jeffrey Villamor during the 36th Commencement Exercises on June 9, 2018. Jeffrey is currently the research and development manager of Nokia Networks. Executive Director, Engr. Ruben Laraya; Education and Training Unit Director, Engr. Reuel Zapata;  Development Office Director, Armand Millan III; Formation Director, Dr. Faustino Langahin […]

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Alumni Series: Andy Maligmat

CITE Electrical Technology graduate, Andy Maligmat, reminisces the days before he became the man he is today especially the time after high school, when financial problem grasped his leg like a ball and chain. Despite this heavy burden, still, off he went to seek for the opportunity to continue his education. He still remembers how […]

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Novena Mass for Blessed Alvaro del Portillo

We all yearn for serenity, a state of calmness that allows us to face life’s trials with clarity and peace of heart. Through the intercession of the first prelate of Opus Dei, Blessed Alvaro del Portillo, we can ask the Lord God for answer to our prayers, requests, and struggles. We shall keep your intentions […]

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Making CITE a Better Place

Students of NSTP (National Service Training Program) are conducting a school-wide clean-up in preparation for the upcoming school year. An NSTP component, Civic Welfare Training Service (CWTS), allows students of the Diploma in Engineering Technology (DIET) program to extend their reach to the school through activities involving the upkeep of the facilities and care for immediate […]

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Primer for Summer Technician Orientation Program

The Summer Technician Orientation Program gives applicants of the Diploma in Engineering Technology Program (DipET) a foretaste of CITE education. It is a free 3-day training program for aspiring students of CITE who wish to learn our culture (how classes are conducted, the day-to-day grind of CITE students) enabling them to appreciate our school dynamics.  […]

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How Small Businesses Can Compete Vs Corporate Giants: Lessons from Cebu Landmasters Founder Jose Soberano III

The following article is written by Pauline Macaraeg for Entrepreneur.com.ph on February 6, 2018. To view original source, click http://bit.ly/2nIqoRN. CITE claims no rights over its content and photo used. Mr. Soberano is the chairman of CITE Technical Institute, Inc. Large companies enjoy a lot of advantages: economies of scale, wide client network and customer base, […]

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Be Job Ready with Our Diploma Program

Your Seamless Pathway to Success Are you fascinated with building and fixing things? Do you consider yourself as practical and logical? Do you find technology, machines, or computer interesting? If you answered yes to some of these questions, then a career in Engineering Technology might just be right choice for you. Our Diploma in Engineering […]

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CITE Staff Featured in Art Exhibit

CITE multimedia supervisor Brendon Baclaan is one of the 15 visual artists featured in the month-long exhibit called “Aninaw” (Glimpse) in Montebello Villa Hotel between January 5 and 28, 2018. The exhibit hosted pieces of art from homegrown artists of the University of the Philippines-Cebu Fine Arts alumni including Cebu’s watercolorist Bernardo Hermoso and visual designer […]

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Centennial Batch Prepares to Celebrate 20th Anniversary

Come 2018 will mark the 20th anniversary of the Batch 5 of CITE graduates who completed their Industrial Technician Program on May 29, 1998. Also known as the centennial batch, the total number of graduates reached 136 who are now recognized for  their personal and professional achievements in the areas of industries, community involvement, and […]

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CITE Holds Seminar Series

CITE hosted a series of seminars for students from November 6 to November 17, 2017 for senior high school students to engage them in different discussions on issues that affect them. The seminar series brings experts to campus with practical advice and personal advocacy to help students and staff in attendance understand culture and education […]

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In Memoriam +

Words alone cannot even begin to express just how much you are loved and sorely missed… Trustees, Faculty Members and Staff Ernesto Aboitiz | Vice-president | + January 13, 2010 Arman Bolo | Academic Director Emilio Borja | Trustee and Scholarship Grantor | + August 19, 2014 Melencio Cabellon | General Services Staff Epifanio Capuyan […]

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Celso Pepito Teaches Arts to Students

Members of Palette and Journalism Clubs were amazed with the artworks and presentations of one of Cebu’s finest and most celebrated artists, Celso Duazo Pepito, who was invited to CITE on October 14 to teach arts appreciation to students. Pepito studied under the tutelage of the great Martino Abellana, touted to be the dean of Cebuano […]

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CITE Mourns Cardinal Vidal’s Death

Archbishop Emeritus Ricardo J. Cardinal Vidal has a special place in our hearts. Cardinal Vidal,  a leader of Catholics in Cebu for 29 years, passed away on October 18 at the age of 86 at the Perpetual Succour Hospital in Cebu City leaving an irreplaceable void in the Catholic fabric. But Cardinal Vidal remains as one […]

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Staging of “Paglilitis” A Resounding Success

The four-night staging of Paul Dumol’s classic modernist play “Ang Paglilitis kay Mang Serapio” drew different reactions from audience who witnessed the 35-minute long one-act dramatization of a tragic trial of the main character, a beggar named Serapio. Some students took pity on how Serapio was prosecuted by “tagapagtanong”, others cringed during the climactic part, […]

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