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CMPC to hold General AssemblyCMPC logo

 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 gathers about 63 members of CMPC to discuss issues that concern the overall wellness of the cooperative. Raffle draws, committee reports, and guest speeches are set to highlight the annual event. ∗


Our deepest thanks to our CMPC sponsors...thank you note

1. Jose Rey Bustamante 2. SERVIAM Professionals 3. Prince Warehouse Club 4. Breinn Aguilar 5. Rameses Macachor 6. Rufino Alferez 7. Roderick Gutigulao  8. Alex Senagan


25 Years of Helping the Poor25 years distress

When the idea of setting up a technical school was still on a drawing board, it never occurred that this undertaking would have much impact to the young people it tried to help. Albeit the scarcity of resources and low funds, CITE continues to set trends in the forefront of technical education and makes the dreams of young people come to life. As it nears its 25 years on Feb 14, it is still in its best shape and readies itself for the challenges that lie ahead.∗


Admission Tests on Saturdays at 10:00 a.m.classes

Applicants to the 3-year Industrial Technician Program are encouraged to take the entrance examination at CITE on Saturdays at 10:00 a.m. Application forms are available onsite or can be downloaded from this website. We welcome male high school graduates or ALS graduates or graduating students who have inclination towards tech-voc program. Testing fee is P50.00. ∗


Protect Family's Beauty and Truth in God’s PlanPope-Francis-waves-to-cro-011

On January 16, in a Meeting with Families in Manila, Pope Francis warned against a "new ideological colonization" seeking to destroy the family and praised Paul VI for strongly defending openness to life. Click here.



Alumnus Signs Up to Sponsor a Scholarfegi

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.