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ACHS Department Community Extension Program 2021

The High School Department conducted a Christmas Program and Gift-Giving Activity at Brgy. Dadap and Brgy. Aggub last December 9-10, 2021, respectively.

Through the generosity of the High School teachers, students, and their families, we were able to bring smiles to the faces of our beneficiaries. The highlights of the program are the gift-giving activity and games played with corresponding prizes. The beneficiaries expressed their thanks to all the sponsors and donors through a song.

With the selfless cooperation and participation of all faculty and staff of the High School Department, the program was a big success. This is through the leadership of Dr. Marissa J. Taguinod, High School Principal; Mrs. Leticia D. Serrano, Community Extension Director; and Mrs. Prosperita Marites A. Matterig, Community Extension Coordinator of the High School Department.

“Happiness doesn’t result from what we get, but from what we give.”—Ben Carson

Gift-giving at Brgy. P.D. Galima, Solano, Nueva Vizcaya

December 11, 2021

Sorting of goods for the GSSO Outreach Program at Brgy. P.D. Galima

Giving of sorted gifts at Brgy. P.D. Galima Solano, Nueva Vizcaya

OUTREACH PROGRAM “Early Christmas Gift” – CBA


“Early Christmas Gift”

November 10, 2021

Bagahabag Elementary School

Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not depart from it. – Psalm 22:6

From College of Business and Accountancy

Handog Tulong sa Pagbangon 2.0 – CASE

Theme: Handog Tulong sa Pagbangon 2.0

Where: Brgy. Tucal, Solano, Nueva Vizcaya

Who: 150 Elementary Students

When: December 10, 2021

We express our endless gratitude to our donors:

1. Nueva Vizcaya Youth Leaders Network, Inc.

2. GRPWN Organization

3. Hon. Harold Jay P. Ramos

4. Hon. Milady Dickson

5. CASE-Student Central Council

6. CASE Faculty

God Bless! ??

Mikrotik Academy

Mikrotik Academy Bootcamp held at University of La Salette, Santiago City

Aldersgate College, Inc. is now a recognized MikroTik Academy. Established in Latvia in 1996, MikroTik manufactures computer network equipment and produces software for data network management purposes Being a member of the MikroTik Academy, Aldersgate College now provides for free the MikroTik Basic Certification Training Program (MTCNA Training) to interested students.

Midwifery Licensure Examination November 2019 Passer

April 2018 Electrical Engineering Board Passers

Congratulations to our newly registered civil engineers November 2017

Congratulations to the 2017 Electrical Engineers & to the 2017 Registered Master Electrician

Aldersgate College Women’s Center turned over

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AURORA, Quezon, Nueva Vizcaya, June 9 – The newly constructed Aldersgate College Women’s Center in this barangay was officially turned over by Hiroyuki “Hiro” Enoki, First Secretary and labour Attache, Economic Section of the Japanese Embassy in Metro Manila to Aldersgate College represented by former President now Philippine Christian University Dr. Junifen F. Gauuan and Dr. Prescilla Esperanza A. Soriano, President here today.

Welcoming the group was Dr. Soriano who thanked the Japanese Embassy particularly Hiroyuki for donating the Women’s Center worth more or less 4 Million Pesos which strengthens the bond between Japan and the Philippines. Through Japan’s fund assistance, it is hoped that Aldersgate College will be able to pursue its goals to empower rural women and families; to confront the multiple dimensions of poverty; and to attain economic self-sufficiency anchored on their own needs, capabilities, and priorities.

Acting Governor Epifanio LD. Galima Jr., vice chairman of the Board of Trustees of Aldersgate College, delivered the first message thanking the government of Japan represented by Hiroyuki. He apologized for the absence of Governor Ruth R. Padilla who was supposed to grace the occasion because she wen on an extended leave.

The AC Women’s Center is built on a 13-hectare lot of Aldersgate College which was bought in 1998 and it was worth P260,000 according to Dr. Gauuan who was then the President of AC.

Next to deliver a message was Quezon Mayor Aurelio S. Salunat who extended his gratitude to Hiro and AC for this training center for women as well as men. As president of the Nueva Vizcaya PUblic School Teachers’ Association (NVPSTA) for more than 30 years now, he thanked Dr. Romeo Yarcia, Vizcaya Advocate editor-in-chief and NVPSTA officer for supporting him. He is also the president of the Municipal Mayor’s League of Nueva Vizcaya. He apologized for the absence the invited vice mayor and all municipal councilors of Quezon. He said he was elected mayor in 2007 and continued as elected mayor up to the present for almost nine years. With the presence of the FCF Mining Corp. in Runruno, Quezon, he said that hopefully, in God’s time, Quezon will become a city.

Speaking of his accomplishments in Quezon, Salunat said that the provincial and national roads in Quezon are now cemented. A gymnasium in front of the Municipal Hall in Quezon is being constructed with 7.5 million from the funds of Cong. Carlos M. Padilla and P2.5 from Governor Ruth R. Padilla’s funds. Other projects include bridges, and other infrastructure projects.

A final message was given by Hiro who first congratulated Aldersgate College officers for the successful completion of the project. He also expressed his sincere gratitude and respect to all, including Aldersgate College, the provincial government of Nueva Vizcaya, and the Local Government Unit of Quezon, who have committed their time and effort for the realization of this project.

Hiro said, “As you know, Nueva Vizcaya is one of the poorest provinces in the country. As an agricultural province, we are aware that the people of Nueva Vizcaya are heavily dependent on seasonal and traditional agriculture work and we know that it is very difficult to earn a decent income from these small farm activities. Sadly, this situation only worsens the rural poverty incidence in Nueva Vizcaya. To combat the effects of poverty, it is a must that all members of the society, including the women are able to actively contribute to the economic growth of their community. In Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe strongly implements the initiatives regarding women’s empowerment and gender equality because women empowerment is essential for a vibrant and growing society to create an environment where women can demonstrate their power to the fullest extent. ”

He added, “This project involves the construction of women’s training center and procurement of training equipment. The center will be a venue to conduct livelihood training for women not only in organic farming but also in food processing, marketing and organizational development.”

He hoped that this women’s training center will be used for the best interest and welfare of the beneficiaries and will help improve the living condition of the people of Municipality of Quezon, He also wished that this project will serve as a symbol of friendship and strategic partnership between the Philippines and Japan.

He concluded that “last week, President Aquino paid a state visit to Japan on the invitation of the Government of Japan. During his visit, the further strengthening of the partnership between two countries has been committed. In this context, I would like t o assure you that the Government of Japan, as the top donor for the Philippines, will continue to remain strongly committed in providing development assistance to the Philippines in any way possible.”

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was then, held and led by Hiroyuki, Galima, Salunat, Gauuan, and Soriano. A tour of the women’s center was done by Hiroyuki, Glennie Tolentino, Japan Embassy representative, Galima, Salunat, Soriano, Dr. Romeo Bicad, Dr. Divina Gracia Apolonio, Engr. Josephine Jasmin, and EXECOM Committee.

The affair was also attended by Arthur Castriciones, acting head of Provincial Cooperative Affairs Office; Venerando A. Ildefonso, Senior Program Specialist, PCAO; Jennilyn Ballestra, Manager, Quezon United Peoples Credit Cooperative; Elza Malinar, Chairman, QUPCC; Marlyn Salazar, Manager, Calaocan Credit Coop; George Nahhog, Maasin Responsible Parents Credit Coop, Aldersgate College Deans, Directors, and Academic Support.

The program was emceed by Alexis Dumelod from the AC Office of student Affairs. #rjyarcia_Vizcaya_Advocate_VolumeXLIX_No.23