CITE Alumnus Talks About Machine Maintenance

Electromechanics Technology alumnus (Batch 12) Josemarie Lendio (right) received his certificate from CITE after he had shared his insights and experience on machine maintenance to 50 members of Technologists Club on August 19, 2017. Lendio is a technician at San Miguel Brewery Inc. whose job includes performing preventative maintenance duties and strategies, work orders, and […]

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Panahon Na Naman ng Paglilitis!

The place looked all too familiar. A filthy garbage site in the heart of the city. The smell is too much for a normal person to bear. But to a drove of beggars, this is heavenly. Then out of the blue, an old worn-out man was mercilessly dragged by two hulks throwing him at the […]

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Young Mentors Cap Seminar Series

Young mentors completed the four-part seminar series to become a full-fledged mentor. Mrs. Editha Erana, a Montessori-trained pre-school teacher said that the seminar on Lesson Plan Making on August 26 capped the training for 35 members of Young Mentors Organization. After that, the mentors are now ready to train kids on the basics in reading, […]

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This Program Has Changed My Life!

Annalynn Ombalino-Abenoja is no stranger to hardships. She grew up in a farm in Siquijor barely making ends meet by helping her father plant corn, fruits, and vegetables. At some point, their money gave out. There was no chance for her to get into college until she took up the Production Technology offered at CITE. […]

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This Program Has Changed My Life!

Getting a college education seemed to be far-fetched for Leonell. When a sliver of chance came up to finish a short-term course, it did not only open a door of opportunities for him but a world of endless possibilities as well. At 29, Leonell Henry Lim, is a proud graduate of Industry Skills Training Program […]

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JobStreet.com Draws Job Applicants

Job applicants don’t have to be tongue-tied again during the most dreaded job interviews. With the help of JobStreet.com, graduating CITE students and those who are bound for in-plant training equipped themselves with the basic tenets of answering tough questions. In line with Jobstreet.com’s JumpStart program, CITE was included in the roadshow itinerary last August 9. […]

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Communication Done Even Better!

It was an enriching experience for 38 student-leaders to meet Engr. Ma. Claudette Mañus on August 12 during the Presentation Skills and Customer Service Training. Engr. Mañus’s wide gamut of business experience in customer service and expertise in personality development helped the students realize their own potentials as communicators and develop their service mentality for those […]

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CITE Student Bags Gold

It was not the first time that Ramil Pansoy Jr. has joined a competition. When he was a high school student in Surigao del Norte, he bested other students in the Sci-Dama board game. Four years later, Ramil could not believe that he will experience the same predicament when he stood in for a  no-show […]

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Values Educator Answers Tough Questions

Dr. Roque Carballo, author of Inner Beauty Shining Through: What My Mother Taught Me about Values, can just talk about anything under the sun. As a prolific speaker, he has given numerous talks to both professionals and students. His latest stint in Cebu to launch his latest work permitted him to interact with CITE students on […]

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Teambuilding Leads to Self-Discovery

Only very few can work alone in today’s environment. Most of us largely depend on each other’s capability to get the work done. We enlisted ourselves to become members of teams, community organizations, and student clubs. Together, we come up with ideas, create programs, and promote advocacies we strongly feel about. If combined, our ideas […]

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New Rotaractors Foster Solid Relationships

What does it take to be a rotaractor? A soft spot for the poor, spirit of service, and life skills that create solid relationships with others. It was refreshing to see a batch of them last August 1,2017   for an orientation and team building seminar helmed by the Rotary Club of Mactan. Miss Maita […]

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“Give Blood, Give Now” A Success

Donating blood to save others is one of the noblest acts a person can perform. It is a simple yet heroic act. Last July 21, more than a hundred volunteers answered the call of Juanito I. King Foundation Inc. (JIKFI), in partnership with Philippine Red Cross, to “Give Blood, Give Now, Give Often.” Statistics from […]

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Touching Lives One Child at a Time

Teaching is a profession. But more than a profession, it is a calling. Imagine the lengthy hours a teacher has to spend in order to prepare a very good lesson or the effort he exerts to hold his students captivated despite the many distractions that surround them. That is why if he teacher takes his […]

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Values Guru to Speak in CITE

Professional lecturer Dr. Roque Carballo will visit CITE to speak before the student body about “Mercy and Confession”, a subtle wordplay of Pope Francis’s “Mercy and Compassion” on August 4, 2017. The speaking engagement is in line with Dr. Carballo’s book launch of his latest work, “Inner Beauty Shining Through: What My Mother Taught Me […]

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Response Team Primed for Emergencies

Have you ever encountered a crisis where you want to help but you just couldn’t all because you lack the basic life support skills? Or have you ever asked yourself: would you ever survive inside a burning building? When all hell breaks loose, the new CITE Response Team is now ready to come to our […]

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A Chance Encounter

I’m sharing another inspiring story of a fellow CITE alumnus, also a former colleague at NEC Telecom Software Philippines, Inc. His name is Edgar Moncillier, a second batch graduate of Information Technology. He was a Software Test Engineer when he left NEC. He brought with him significant amount of experience to his next employer HRsmart, […]

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CITE Joins Nationwide Relief Efforts

Students take turns as food packers at the Visayas Disaster Response Center in Mandaue City beginning July 15, 2017 for the displaced families in Marawi City and the earthquake victims in Ormoc City. The center was set up by the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) and the Department of Social Welfare and Development […]

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