Tourism and Psychology students crowned as WCC Ambassador and Ambassadress 2019
Throughout the night the two reaped various special awards and bested other candidates to win the coveted titles. Other Mr. Ambassador and Ms. Ambassadress category title winners were Kenneth Perdigon (Business Administration) and Ma. Alexandria Ta-asan (Radiologic Technology) for Integrity; Leon Paulo Alforque (Medical Technology) and Mary Rose Ann Garcia (Pharmacy) for Compassion; Christian Jude Bautista (Nursing) and Mariz Lafuerte (Medical Technology) for Excellence; and Daniel Floresca (Hospitality Management) and Ariel Jasmin Austria (Information Technology) for Service. The Mr. Ambassador and Ms. Ambassadress pageant was the highlight of the College Week which aims to foster camaraderie and sportsmanship among students and faculty.
WCC Commits to Provide Quality Education for PNP Personnel
RECOGNIZING the paramount importance of education, especially in the field of Criminal Justice, the Philippine National Police (PNP) and World Citi Colleges (WCC) recently signed a Memorandum of Agreement that will grant PNP personnel and their dependents a 50% tuition fee discount.
WCC Extends Assistance to Sustain Quality Education Access
WORLD Citi Colleges (WCC) at the signing of the Memorandum of Agreement with the Armed Forces of the Philippines Educational Benefit System Office (AFPEBSO) at Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo last June 6, 2019. Under the agreement, the school offers 25 Scholarship slots covering 50% tuition fee discounts to qualified AFP personnel, including job order employees, and their dependents who wish to be admitted in the undergraduate courses offered at WCC-Quezon City, WCC-Antipolo, or WCC-Guimba, and WCC Aeronautical College-North Manila campuses.
Plated Happiness: Nourishing Bodies and Souls
First-year students serving up smiles one plate at a time “If you want to eliminate hunger, everybody has to be involved.” – Bono When hospitality management first-year students Trisha Deleña, Denver Germanes, Billy Huertas, and Aubrey Neis learned that Marikina’s District 1 needs a program to help feed kids in the community, they did what any concerned citizen would do: Serve. Inspired Deleña, Germanes, Huertas, and Neis sought help from city councillor Architect Randy Banzon who pointed them to a community that needs help in providing proper nutrition to a group of school children.
Five Strategies to Accelerate Your Career
Give yourself a career jump with these tips IF you are either looking to make a big career switch or looking to amplify your career, here are simple strategies to fast track your goals. 1. Create a career map. Clarify your objective and be purposeful in your goals. Create a clear development plan with well-defined goals and steps for what skills you need to acquire.
Pharmacy Students Don White Coats in Ceremony
35 members of the College of Pharmacy Class of 2018/2019 entered the 4th annual White Coat and 1st Pinning Ceremony on March 15, 2019.
Guiding Senior High School Students Figure Out Their Career Paths
KNOWING that the decisions which young people is a make-or-break event in their lives, World Citi Colleges held its Career Orientation last March 1, 2019, for its senior high school students and their parents.
College of Nursing Triumphed at the National Research Conference
World Citi Colleges College of Nursing headed by Dean Jennifer Imson, Prof. Romeo G. Mostoles, Prof. Walter Cabale with Research and Publications head Dr. Elenita Tiamzon received the Best in Social Science Research for their presentation: Students’ Success and Failure in the Nurse Licensure Examination: Basis for Transformational Course Methodology at the 1st National Research Conference in Education, Leadership and Management, Social Science, and Economics hosted by the Marikina Organization of Learning Leaders (MOLL). The 2019 MOLL Research Convention with the theme Attaining Optimum Growth in Communities through Education and Economic Research was held last January 25 to 27, 2019 at the Marikina Elementary School.