Running a Tight Ship

Closures of ports and stricter border controls have put Filipino seafarers on a limbo. Since the enhanced community quarantine began, overseas deployment was already put on hold as part of preventive measures that led about 3800 stranded seafarers to be billeted to boarding houses and accommodation facilities in Metro Manila. As they wait for government’s […]

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Student Leader Steps Up in Times of Crisis

As COVID-19 pandemic hits hard the poorest of the poor, the gaping inequities in access to food and health care continues to widen. Though the province-wide enforcing of community quarantine has kept the people off the streets, it has also challenged hardworking local government officials to step up their efforts in reaching out to their […]

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Responding to the Needs of Frontliners

Many have been gravely worried about the crisis brought about by COVID-19, let alone its long-term consequences. But the outpouring of responses from private individuals and civic and faith-based groups have offered grounds to hope that there is there is no shortage of kindness and goodwill. As public support for frontliners continuously pours out, we […]

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COVID Warriors

Large-scale disinfecting efforts have been carried out to slow the spread of COVID-19 in big cities and barangays. Methods from simple disinfectant sprays to spray cannons have been used on establishments and streets as the country continues to battle against the increasing number of COVID-infected cases. Keeping Cebuanos out of harm’s way is the Regional […]

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Masks Armies

Facemasks maybe are in short supply, but not Filipinos’ creativity. This has prodded creative solutions among Cebuanos including some of our alumni and students who, while being relegated to their homes due to heightened quarantine measures, are using their time productively to assemble do-it-yourself (DIY) versions of face shields made of elastic materials, PVC, acetate […]

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Heroes to the Core

As the world continues to grapple with the brunt of COVID-19 large-scale pandemic, our front line personnel from both public and private sectors continue to put up a brave front while the rest of the populace retreat on quarantine orders. We have heard both heroic and tragic stories about doctors, nurses, and health workers who […]

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SM Foundation Gathers Scholars in Cebu

Over 600 current scholars and scholar-graduates of SM Foundation Inc.  gathered at SM Seaside City Cebu on Oct. 13, 2019 for their third general assembly. About 200 scholars taking up one-year program in Production Technology and Diploma in Engineering Technology come from CITE. The scholars started their first few hours in the morning with a […]

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TEVSAPHIL Holds 6th TVET National Congress

Cultural heritage takes glitz and glamour to a different level during the 6th TVET National Congress on November 8, 2019 at SMX  Convention Center.  This year’s theme on local tradition seeping into the core of Industrial Revolution 4.0 seems to be in style as top executives and members of TEVSAPHIL (Technical Vocational Schools and Associations […]

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CITE Conducts Fire Drill, Mock Firefighting Ops

CITE puts to test its emergency response and firefighting capabilities during a Fire Drill on November 7, 2019 as part of its safety awareness program at the start of the second semester. About 500 students from SHS and diploma program participated in the orientation conducted by  FO2 Ramil B. Herrera and FO1 Raymund Jade Lauglaug […]

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My Experience at Tsuneishi

In-plant training is part of college life. It aims on improving our technical knowledge into a much better experience. Our plant exposure is very important not only to teach us students regarding our field of choice but also to show us the truth about working in the industry.  It allows us to to experience work […]

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How Mentoring Creates Positive Change

Psychology Today has reported a study that shows children with supportive mentors have grown to become more intellectual, emotional and interpersonal beaming with self-confidence and self-awareness. Mentoring, in any form, has created positive impact on children. Those who are mentored have better staying power in the school and are less likely to become dropouts. In […]

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CITE Joins Campers in RAFI Kool Adventure Camp

CITE joins campers from other private schools during the 4th Students’ Congress held through RAFI Kool Adventure Camp Youth Development Program on October 21 and 23 in Balamban. Dubbed as iQuest: Youth Leadership, the program intensifies the skills of young leaders and increase self-awareness and social responsiveness through learning experiences and group dynamics. CITE young […]

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