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25th Commencement Exercises to be held Feb 27
Congratulations are in order for 130 graduating students of Electromechanics Technology who will receive their diplomas on Friday, February 27 during the 25th Commencement Exercises. Students with special awards in attendance and exemplary behavior will receive their commendations. Parents who have completed their parenting seminars will also receive their certifications. A Thanksgiving Mass will be held at 1:00 and graduation rites to follow momentarily. Some grantors, industry partners, and board of trustees were invited to grace this event.∗
Youth Conference Held for Students
Six seminars were held for students in line with the Foundation Day Anniversary celebrations on February 12-13. The seminar was conducted to help the students prepare for job, be responsible social media users, and even become a leader or mentor. On Feb 12, Skills for Life instructor, Mr. Julieto Ardiente, conducted a leadership seminar. In the afternoon, Convergys team lead and alumnus Jerome Dimayuga taught the students how to ace job interviews and CITE parent Mrs. Editha Erana taught mentoring to the students. On Feb 13, a series of seminars on social media, social entrepreneurship and leadership were given by young life coaches Wayne Comendador, Kristian Marc Cabahug, and Rex Villavelez. ∗
The CITE Multipurpose Cooperative (CMPC) will hold its 13th General Assembly on February 7, 2015 at CITE with the theme "Together We Achieve...Through the Cooperative". The event gathererd about 63 members of CMPC to discuss issues that concern the overall wellness of the cooperative. Raffle draws, committee reports, and guest speeches highlighted the annual event. ∗
KEPCO SPC Power Corporation maintenance engineer and Mechanical Technology graduate, Engr. Aivan Adams Saberon will inspire the graduating students of his journey from school to the corporate world. Aivan graduated from CITE in 2003 and finished his engineering course in CIT in 2008. Photo captured from linkedin.
Students Attend Research Seminar
Scholarships Officer and Research Writing focal person Marlon Valencia dishes off a half-day session on Research Writing and Practices to third trimester students on February 20. The seminar oriented the students on the framework of research and enabled them to start writing research paper as part of their requirements in English.∗
ITP Examinations Now Every Saturday
CITE is now accepting applicants for its 3-year Industrial Technician Program (ITP). Interested male high school graduates and graduating students may now apply. Admission tests are conducted at CITE every Saturday at 9:00 and 1:00 p.m. with a testing fee of P50.00. Just fill out the application form when you visit us here and see our facilities. All other requirements may follow.∗
"Offer your prayer, your atonement, and your action for this end: ut sint unum! - that all of us Christians may share one will, one heart, one spirit. This is so that omnes cum Petro ad Iesum per Mariam - that we may all go to Jesus, closely united to the Pope, through Mary." (The Forge, 647) Click here for full text.
All five houses: Green Hornets, Blue Eagles, Red Dragons, Black Panthers, and Yellow Tigers don their anime costumes and put on some face paint during the 25th Foundation Day Anniversary celebrations on Feb 12-13. The parade is just a kick-off of the year-long celebrations of the foundation of CITE.∗
Batch 7 Mechanical Technology alum Engr. Karl Joseph Fegi (third from left) inked a scholarship grant December 26 for one scholar of Electromechanics Technology.
Fegi graduated in CITE in 2000 and now works in China as head of Engineering Department of DBK Omega Electronic Technology Limited of Guangzhou.
Fegi's sponsorship covers tuition and fees and allowances for his scholar, Eugenius Mariae Echavez, a first year Elecromechanics Technology student. The signing was witnessed by Fegi's spouse and mother-in-law. CITE Alumni Association President and Fegi's batchmate Engr. Friendly Ferolino (far left) was also in attendance. ∗