TEVSAPHIL Readies Member Schools for New Reality

Without downplaying the seriousness of the pandemic, the Technical Vocational Schools and Associations of the Philippines, Inc. (TEVSAPHIL, Inc.) urges private TVET institutions or TVIs to take a proactive role in responding to emerging challenges. TEVSAPHIL Inc. Chairperson Tony Galvez in his opening remarks told member-schools during the general membership meeting via Zoom on August […]

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TESDA Consults TVIs on New Guidelines for Diploma Program

TVET (technical-vocation education and training) graduates who wish to pursue their bachelor’s degree program and increase their chances of getting employed can now see a level playing field through the three-year diploma programs promoted by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA). During the public consultation meeting on the Omnibus Guidelines on the Packaging […]

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TESDA Scholarship Program Awaits Deserving Students

Despite the unprecedented challenges due to COVID-19 pandemic, some underprivileged students can still continue their schooling through the Universal Access to Quality Tertiary Education Act (UAQTEA) scholarship program of Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA). UAQTEA was signed into law in 2017 by President Rodrigo Duterte granting free tuition to students in state universities […]

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Nature’s Spring Foundation, PBSP to Ink Scholarships MOA

The Nature’s Spring Foundation, Inc. (NSFI), in partnership with the Philippine Business for Social Progress (PBSP), is set to sign a scholarship program agreement with CITE today July 29 via Zoom at 2:30 p.m. to help five scholars under the diploma programs. The grant includes tuition and fees, school uniform subsidy, and allowances. The said […]

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CITE To Adopt Flexible Learning Mode

As classes for incoming diploma program students are set to open on August 24, CITE considers the flexible learning mode as the best teaching-learning delivery modality that complies with health standards and meets the unique situation posed by COVID-19 pandemic. In a one-and-a-half hour webinar entitled “Facilitating eLearning Sessions” on July 17, 2020, seven trainers […]

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Novena to St. Josemaria Escriva: Day 8 – Formation

DAY EIGHT “’If you remain in my word, you will truly be my disciples, and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.’” John 8:31 – 32 REFLECTION Formation: “You must always have, in everything, the same ‘sentiment’ as the Church. For this, you must acquire the spiritual and doctrinal training […]

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Novena to St. Josemaria Escriva: Day 7 – Apostolate

DAY SEVEN “Jesus said to Simon, ‘Do not be afraid; from now on you will be catching men.’ When they brought their boats to shore, they left everything and followed him.” Luke 5:10 – 11 REFLECTION Apostolate: “I have constantly preached about this opportunity that is both supernatural and human and which is offered by […]

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Finding the Right Mix

As educators, we are always challenged by the complexity of teaching-learning process. That is why we continuously adapt to the demands of our time when it calls for a change. Year after year, students with different learning styles and background flock into our school bringing with them diverse experiences and personalities. Here we provide them […]

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Finding Solace in Urban Farming

In an article written by Calixto Chikiamco in BusinessWorld, he cited agriculture as foundation of development. Indeed, more than ever, as COVID crisis continues to grip our country, learning how to grow your own food is a skill that everyone must have. This is part of the advocacy of King Philip Caballes upon realizing how […]

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Novena for Serenity to Blessed Alvaro

PEACE OF HEART Blessed Alvaro del Portillo was born in Madrid on 11 March 1914. He studied engineering and began working professionally in that field. To his doctorate in engineering, he later added doctorates in history and canon law. In 1935 Alvaro joined Opus Dei, which had been founded by St Josemaría Escrivá in 1928. […]

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Student Leader Rises Amid Crisis

Government officials in both national and local levels are doing serious juggling right now, trying to solve the COVID-19 crisis and address the immediate needs of the people, all while trying to keep everyone well. In communities where resources are scarce, this can be difficult at best. But nothing beats a collaborative efforts among barangay […]

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