Engineering Technology Program Scores Nods

Industry partners and invited alumni have come to terms with the urgency to align the education framework of the country with that of other members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). During CITE’s Industry Consultation on May 22-23 to offer a Diploma in Engineering Technology, the participants saw the role of a revitalized […]

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Creating Technologies. Enriching Lives.

Clad in blue collared polo, Ian Arila patiently waits in line for a cursory body check at the main entrance. As he passes through the production area, he can’t help but notice how the space was well kept to its tip-top shape with everything seems to fit in its right place. Ian Arila is a […]

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Upclose and Personal

As a businessman, he has more latitude and his words carry more weight.  He is the Chairman and CEO of Cebu Landmasters, Inc, Cebu’s premier real estate development company and a successful full-time businessman. But stripped off with these titles, Jose Soberano III or Joe as he is fondly called, simply wants to be recognized […]

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Taking It to the Next Level

While many have believed that our social fabric is torn asunder by rapid technological advancement, a revolution is actually underway to restructure the world economy and system of governance. Because of technologies, boundaries have become more porous allowing a freer flow of people, goods, and services. Take for example the emergence of regional communities such […]

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Tutors Turned Grantors

Whoever says that a teacher needs credentials to be called one has never taught at all. Sometimes it only takes a relentless heart, an inspiring soul, or just a disarming smile to teach the toughest students a lesson or two. Dara Lynn, Ernesto, and Glenn know these and despite the efforts made to build more […]

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Photography in Korean Style

Congratulations are in order for 146 graduating students of CITE come June 9. And the tassel is surely worth the hassle after 3 fruitful years of rigid training that molds these young men into competitive technicians all ready to take real-life challenges. But before the grand or modest celebration, the graduates strike a pose with […]

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The Real McGyver

In the 1980’s, MacGyver was a household name for someone who can fix anything broken, taken eponymously from a TV icon who always finds his way out despite the odds and scarce resources. If he were a real-life hero, he would go simply by the name of Reynaldo Gimena Sr. At 53, Rey is literally […]

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Dynamic Learning Program Scales Up!

April 27-29, 2017 – Socio-economic limitations in the implementation of K to 12 program pose no threat with the help of Dynamic Learning Program (DLP), an innovative teaching framework designed by power couple physicists Drs. Christopher and Marivic Bernido which aimed at maximizing  the student’s academic performance across all disciplines. This has been re-affirmed during […]

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Crossing the Threshold

Roland Doming came to Canada for the same reason that most immigrants have— to provide the best for his family. Now he has more reasons to stay. His job as CNC (Computer Numeric Control) Programmer and Machinist at Standard Machine Canada has provided him the best opportunity to better hone his skills in machining. For […]

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Life Behind the Lens

He captures every moment at the speed of his shutter. He doesn’t want to miss an inch of the detail. Even in the most mundane assortment of life, he finds its beauty worth taking the picture. That aptly describes how Dennis Sapong turns out to be. Dennis is now Canada’s one of the most sought-after […]

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STOP 2017 Results – Batch 5

PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS THAT FOLLOW. The Admission Committee recommends the admission of the following successful applicants into CITE’s 3-year Industrial Technician Program (ITP) starting SY 2017-2020. Their acceptance depends upon the results of the Medical Examinations, verification interviews and the final approval of the Management Staff of the school: Surname First Name Middle Name […]

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STOP 2017 Results – Batch 4

PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS THAT FOLLOW. The Admission Committee recommends the admission of the following successful applicants into CITE’s 3-year Industrial Technician Program (ITP) starting SY 2017-2020. Their acceptance depends upon the results of the Medical Examinations, verification interviews and the final approval of the Management Staff of the school: Surname First Name Middle Name […]

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A Simple Request

Roque Joaquin thumbs through the list of passers posted on a university bulletin board. Four days ago, he was sure he nailed the qualifying interview for the scholarships given to aspiring college freshmen for marine courses. Not finding his name, he felt his whole world come apart. “I would disappoint my family,” he told himself. […]

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Going Places

A word to the wise: Life is short and it is something that should not be put to waste. That is why Leonell Henry Lim, 29, grabs every opportunity that comes his way to make his life better and excel in his chosen career. Nell, as he is fondly called, is a graduate of CADD […]

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STOP 2017 Results – Batch 3

PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS THAT FOLLOW. The Admission Committee recommends the admission of the following successful applicants into CITE’s 3-year Industrial Technician Program (ITP) starting SY 2017-2020. Their acceptance depends upon the results of the Medical Examinations, verification interviews and the final approval of the Management Staff of the school: Surname First Name Middle Name […]

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Small Beginnings

In Rolando Roma’s ideal world, there would be accuracy and preciseness. He learns that after considerable time spent grappling with metalworking, strong know-how and years of experience gained from taking on customers’ needs define what a true technician is. A Mechanical Technology graduate in 1996, Rolando started working in Philippine Iino Corporation as a machine […]

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“Kuya”

He stands a little over 5 feet dressed up in coveralls. You can barely put a name to his face as he drowns himself in the pack of employees inundating the gates of PASAR, a smelting company in Leyte. He looks ordinary, but there is more than what meets the eye. Simply put, there is […]

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Manpower Acceleration and Resource Center: Leading the Course

Sprawling on a hectare located about 109 kilometers north of Cebu City, the training facility houses the Manpower Acceleration and Resource Center in San Remigio. Every year since its inception 2007, about 200 enrollees from 27 barangays and nearby towns are accommodated to take short courses in Dressmaking, Automotive Servicing, Driving, Cookery, and Welding. The […]

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