CITE Marks 34th Graduation Rites

_DSC0280The Center for Industrial Technology and Enterprise marked its 34th Commencement Exercises on November 25, 2017 at CITE gymnasium.

A total of 115 graduates of the Industrial Technician Program with specialization in Electromechanics Technology received their diplomas from CITE Board in a simple ceremony.

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The ceremony paved away for academic and non-academic awardees such as:

Service Awardees (for class officers):

1.  JOHN OLIVER Cinco BOOC
2. JOHN FRANCIS Abenir TAPALLA
3. JERRY Laurente BALBONA
4. KRISTIAN DARYL Tubin ZASPA
5. JOHN MER Heyrosa ALIBANGBANG
6. CHRISTOPHER Redelosa BALASABAS
7. PRINCE WILBURN Gutib SEÑAGAN
8. PAUL Enario AGCANG
9. GARRY Ebuenga FLORENTIN
10. JOSE ESTILITO SITAL
11. NIELWIN Rubio BRILLO

Perfect Attendance Awardees:

1. JOHN OLIVER Cinco BOOC
2. FERMIN Bonghanoy LEONA
3. RONNEIL Pendo CABANTE
4. VINCENT Amadar ODIONG

Exemplary Behavior Awardees:

1. JOHN OLIVER Cinco BOOC
2. CARLO Gador CORONADO
3. FERMIN Bonghanoy LEONA
4. RONNEIL Pendo CABANTE
5. VINCENT Amadar ODIONG

Best in Technology Awardees (students with excellent grades in their technology subjects):

1. JOHN OLIVER Cinco BOOC
2. MARK Casero CALIBUGAR
3. JESSTER LYLE Casinillo ALON
4. CEDIE Cago SEDILLO
5. DEAN MHARTINE Teofilo BAYLOSIS

CITE also awarded a special citation and medal to EM graduate Ramil Pansoy for his achievement as winner of TESDA’s Skills Olympics in the trade of Mechatronics in the division level and for advancing to the zonal level of competition on December 9.

Another  graduate, Mark Calibugar, was awarded for obtaining a GWA of 1.5 or better in one or two trimesters but with General Weighted Average of lower than 1.5 in one or two trimesters during the entire ITP.

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In his opening remarks, Student Formation Officer Mariano Francis Xavier Hamoy praised the class of November 2017 for their accomplishments, urging those in attendance to use the power of technology for a great purpose and to be game-changers.

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In his address to students, academic awardee John Oliver Booc urged the graduates to cultivate their gifts and find their inner voice. He also reminded the graduates to use their education not just for survival but for success.

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CITE parent Mrs. Modesta Estillore, who gave the speech on behalf of the parents, stressed the importance of work, piety, and service to the graduates as they leave the portals of the school. She also encouraged the parents to continue guiding their sons in their life pursuits.

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Electronics Technology graduate Joeriz Soroño was invited to speak before the graduates. Soroño is a test engineer in Teradyne with vast experience and varied training here and abroad. In his message, he spoke of his own five principles which he continues to live by.

1. Work has a divine origin – a gift from God that will give one a new perspective.

2. Breaking new grounds everyday. The graduates were asked to think of ways and means to carry out the excitement of their work.

3. Self discipline.

4. Never settling too soon by spending more quality time on the essentials. He quoted Mother Theresa with “A life not lived for others is not a life.”

5. Maintain balance by working with utmost dedication during working hours and enjoying a good life outside through a stress-relieving hobby.  ⊕

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