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Congratulations to our newly registered civil engineers November 2017

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

AC alumna bags the Outstanding Teacher Award

14068083_1244244765606388_8649435838507884473_nDr. Katherine Faith Maddela-Bustos, an alumna of Aldersgate College bagged the award for the Search for Outstanding Teacher by Metrobank Foundation, Incorporated, along with other nominees in the different secondary schools in the Philippines.

Bustos, a part-time professor of Aldersgate College Graduate School, the First Honors of the ACES, the AC High School Batch ’87 valedictorian and currently connected with Nueva Vizcaya Comprehensive High School, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya is named by MBFI as one of the awardees of the Search for Outstanding Teachers of the Philippines in the secondary school category.

From 534 nominations nationwide, they were trimmed down to 127 provincial finalists then shortened to 40 regional finalists who underwent demonstrations and panel interviews before the preliminary board of judges of each category. The finalists appeared before the final board of judges chaired by Senator Joel Villanueva and co-chaired by Representative Romero Federico Quimbo of Marikina City.

Member judges include Department of Science and Technology (DOST) secretary Fortunato de la Peña; Court of Tax Appeals presiding justice Roman Del Rosario; Cebu Governor Hilario Davide III; Ambassador of India to the Philippines, His Excellency Lalduhthlana Ralte; New Era University president Dr. Nilo Roxas; and Inquirer.net editor-in-chief John Nery.

Dr. Katherine Faith Maddela-Bustos, together with the four elementary teachers, three other secondary teachers, and two professors from the higher education levels will be presented together with the 2016 awardees of the Country’s Outstanding Police Officer in Service and Soldiers collectively known as Metrobank Foundation Outstanding Filipinos in a formal awarding ceremony on September 5, 2016 as part of Metrobank’s 54th anniversary celebration. They will be receiving cash award amounting to Php 500,000.00, a medal and a trophy.

For three decades, SOT has honored the teaching profession, acknowledging those who exhibit competence, remarkable dedication to their work and effective educational leadership, as well as their various community involvements. It is implemented by MBFI in partnership with Department of Education and the Commission on Higher Education.#

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Yarcia: AC’s writer extraordinaire

Dr. Romeo J. Yarcia, “Romy” to his close friends and relatives, is known to many as an untiring, versatile and accomplished educator, having risen to rank from an elementary grade teacher in various DepEd schools in Nueva Vizcaya to District Supervisor in Dupax del Norte District and subsequently in Bayombong II District where he retired on July 1, 2006.  A holder of a doctorate degree in Education major in Educational Management from Saint Mary’s College, now a university, and Master of Arts in Education, major in School Administration and Supervision at Baguio Vacation Normal School, Baguio City, his devotion for teaching is very evident as even before he retired from the government service he was already teaching as a part-time professor in the Graduate School of Aldersgate College since 1995 and continues to be one to the present. Continue reading

Mercedes A. Leaño, a Nursing Alumna of Aldersgate College, chooses to remain with patients in Fukushima, Japan despite earthquakes, tsunami, and looming nuclear disaster

Napaiyak ang Bayan Patroller na si Mercedes A. Leaño,  sa awa sa kanyang mga pasyenteng Hapon.
May 2010 nang nagtrabaho bilang Caregiver ( under JPEPA) si Mercedes sa Special Elderly nursing home sa Shirakawa City sa Fukushima, Japan.
Pitumpu’t kilometro ang layo nito mula sa nuclear power plant, kung saan ilang pagsabog ang naganap.
Sabi ni Mercedes, hindi niya maatim  na iabandona ang mga matatanda na tanging sila na lang daw ang inaasahan.
“Down na down na nga po sila, iiwan pa po natin sila… Although may anak po ako, ayaw ko pong iabandona itong mga ito dahil commitment ko po ‘yan,” ani Mercedes.
Noong Miyerkules ng hapon, nagpa-rescue na sa ABS-CBN News ang ilang mga Pinay nars sa Fukushima, Japan.
Matindi na ang lamig dahil sa snow. Ang mga bahay sa lugar, inabandona na.
Sa mga oras na ito, naroroon pa rin ang kinatatakutang banta ng radiation.
Sa gitna ng panganib, ayaw talikuran nina Mercedes ang sinumpaang tungkulin. Jing Castañeda, Patrol ng Pilipino

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British Council Holds UK Partnership Forum

Education UK Exhibit 2011

With the aim of exploring potential partnerships and linkages with institutions in the United Kingdom (UK), the British Council brought together colleges and universities from the UK and local higher education institutions in a UK Partnership Forum last March 5, 2011 in Manila.

The British Council is the UK’s international organization for educational opportunities and cultural relations in the Philippines. It is responsible for building engagement and trust for the UK through the exchange of knowledge and ideas between people worldwide. (www.britishcouncil.org)

TRANSNATIONAL EDUCATION (TNE)

How does one obtain overseas qualifications without going overseas?
The answer is transnational education. Continue reading

CyberCity Job Fair during the Northeast Philippines Annual Conference at The United Methodist Church of Bayombong

A long-time partner of Aldersgate College,  CyberCity Teleservices comes to The United Methodist Church of  Bayombong,  Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya on March 10-11, 2011 from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm to accept applications for those interested to become Call Center Agents.  Fresh graduates and interested parties are enjoined to submit their resumes on the scheduled days.

This Job Fair is  being conducted on the occasion of the  26th Session of the Northeast Philippines Annual Conference of  The United Methodist Church,  presided by Bishop Rodolfo A. Juan, Resident Bishop of the Baguio Episcopal Area.

The Aldersgate College – Global Outsourcing Center currently provides comprehensive, finishing and crash training programs for Call Center Agents.

Cyber City Teleservices, Ltd. provides customer relation management (CRM) solutions. The company offers a full suite of CRM solutions, including inbound call management, such as order entry, billing inquiries, product payments, IVR, and technical support. It provides data management services, such as manual data entry, voice transcription, optical scanning data conversion, and outbound telemarketing. The company serves electronics and appliances manufactures, health and nutrition, sports equipment and gear, mortgage banking and financial services, telecommunications service providers, cosmetics, music, apparel, and travel and leisure industries. It has an information technology park at Clarkfield in Pampanga, Philippines. Cyber City Teleservices was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Hackensack, New Jersey

 

 

 

SCHOOL OF INFORMATICS – BARANGAY CALAOCAN KABUHAYAN, KALUSUGAN AT TEKNOLOHIYA PARA SA KAUNLARAN OUTREACH PROGRAM

RATIONALE:

            The School of Informatics has a vital role to reach out to the community and realizes its goals and objectives through the Outreach or Extension Program.  Its social relevance is evident through the social services that are extended to the community. 

                To realize the goals and objectives of its Outreach Program, the School of Informatics decided to adopt Barangay Calaocan in Quezon, Nueva Vizcaya, a joint venture with Aldersgate Christian Child Center (ACCC) as its beneficiary.  The program started with the planning phase in order to come up with appropriate actions. Fifty five (55) families were identified and listed as beneficiaries of the program.  The participants in the extension program composed of the faculty and students conducted a survey to identify the problems of the barangay folks. The identified problems of the beneficiaries of ACCC and Barangay Calaocan served as basis for the faculty and students to determine the components of the Outreach Program and design the system of implementing the program.  These problems  had been solved through capability building, computer literacy, livelihood programs or projects, entrepreneurship, health services and environmental concern.   Resources were generated to support the implementation of what had been planned. In the real sense of the word service, many people with generous hearts who were willing to share their resources and who care enough to support others were tapped.

Some students and faculty of the School of Informatics have participated in a culminating activity that was undertaken. This activity somehow had touched the hearts and minds of the beneficiaries while at the same time encouraged the students and faculty to reinforce their willpower to serve and love their fellowmen.

The School of Informatics believes in the spirit of service to fellowmen as realization of the objectives of Aldersgate College such as Academic Excellence, Social Relevance and Spiritual Nurture.  There is a strong conviction that through the Barangay Calaocan Kabuhayan, Kalusugan at Teknolohiya Para Sa Kaunlaran Outreach Program, these institutional goals will be achieved.  

GOALS AND OBJECTIVES:

 

                The School of Informatics, through its Outreach Program aims:

  1. To develop the people in the community into a more productive, self-sufficient and responsible citizens.
  2. To provide the beneficiaries community access to computer literacy through the conduct of information technology trainings.
  3. To conduct livelihood trainings to the program beneficiaries as a means of earning a living.
  4. To encourage the program beneficiaries and other residents of the barangay to initiate entrepreneurial activities to augment their income after undergoing series of trainings.
  5. To integrate nutrition and other allied health services for a healthy living.
  6. To motivate the people in the barangay to be conscious about the preservation of the environment.
  7. To strengthen linkages between the school, the community, the government and other supporting agencies.

 

PROGRAM BENEFICIARIES:

 

  • 55 families of Barangay Calaocan, Quezon, Nueva Vizcaya

 

PROGRAM COMPONENTS AND LINKAGES:

 

Program Components Linkages
1. Capability Building and Development AC-CREATE, CACENCOR Programme, Provincial and Municipal Government
2. Computer Literacy

  • Computer Training, IT Services
ACI, ACGOC, Hewlett Packard, Cyber City, UPITTC, PCS, JPCS, JEDI
3. Livelihood Training

  • Food Processing, Handicrafts,

Entrepreneurship

AC-CREATE, DTI, TESDA, School of Hospitality Management, FULLER LIFE, AVON
4. Nutrition and Allied Health Services

  • Feeding Program, Medical and Dental Health Services (thru medical mission, etc.)
School of Hospitality Management, School of Medical Sciences, Veterans Regional Hospital, Quezon Rural Health Unit, Greenwich and  Chowking
5. Environmental Preservation and Protection

  • Tree Planting, Proper Wastes Disposal or Wastes Management
Provincial and Municipal Government, DENR, AC-CREATE, and  School of Hospitality Management

 

POLICIES AND STRATEGIES:

                In the realization of the goals and objectives of the institution through the School of Informatics Outreach Program, the following policies and strategies will be used to guide the operations:

  1. Development a self-sustaining community through an enhanced capability building program and development.
  2. Providing community access to computer literacy for the beneficiaries who are unable to have opportunities for free IT services. 
  3. Conduct and facilitation of livelihood trainings via consultation with experts of any required technology.
  4. Integration of nutrition and other allied health services that are critical to survival and development by using inter-agency but community-based approach.
  5. Advocacy and motivation concerning environmental preservation and protection.
  6. Strengthening of linkages between the school, community, government and other supporting agencies.

 

PROJECT MANAGEMENT:

  1. A.      Program Director 
Ms. Carmencita G. Mendoza, ACCC Superintendent 
  1. Program Overall Coordinator

           Officer-In-Charge                       

Mr. Ray L. Anquiliano (on-leave)Mr. Alfred Benson C. Co            
  1. Program Components
 
Component Persons Involved
  1. Capability Building Program
Mr. Alfred Benson C. CoMr. Ray L. Anquiliano                                          Dr. Romeo M. Bicad, DeanMr. Fernando S. AgraanMrs. Sharon Joy D. Cabanlong
  1.  Computer Training Program
Mr. Marlou Felix S. Cunanan III                                                                                Mrs. Sharon Joy D. CabanlongMr. Luther King A. Tambaoan Mr. Alfred Benson C. CoMr. Pink Euria L. Montano
  1. Livelihood Training
Dr. Romeo M. Bicad, DeanMrs. Sharon Joy D. CabanlongMs. Cyrine Fae B. CawagdanMs. Carmencita G. Mendoza
  1.  Nutrition and Health Allied Services
Ms. Bernadette Anne R. dela CruzDr. Romeo M. Bicad, DeanMr. Ray L. Anquiliano
  1.  Environmental Preservation & Protection
Dr. Romeo M. Bicad, DeanMr. Fernando S. AgraanMr. Ray L. AnquilianoMs. Carmencita G. Mendoza                                                         
  1. Consultants
Dr. Junifen F. Gauuan, AC PresidentMrs. Prescilla Esperanza A. Soriano, Sr. Executive Asst. for Education 

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