Career & Technical Education is The Key to Better Jobs

Career & Technical Education is The Key to Better Jobs. A 2015 article in the American magazine “Psychology Today” states that “Career & Technical Education or CTE makes education relevant and important. The primary goal for CTE is to put individual students to work to achieve success, more particularly in the improvement of their earnings and an upgrade in quality of their lives. Another goal is to provide a skilled labor force to enable the country to maintain its place in the world economy.”

What the United States call CTE is more commonly known in the Philippines as TVET (Technical Vocational Education & Training).

For more than three decades, ICC has produced graduates whose earning potentials have improved and the quality of their lives upgraded. This year is not an exception.

Congratulations to the ff. ICC graduates now gainfully employed overseas:

1 Jerelyn Mae Latayada (Computer Secretarial Batch 2012. ICC Imus). Now in Hsinchu, Taiwan.

2 Stephen Mark Tacus (Computer Animation Batch 2017. ICC Imus). Now working in Northeast , Alberta, Canada.

3 Leopoldo Raquel Jr (Computer Programming Batch 2006. ICC Dasmarinas). Now working in Doha, Qatar.

4 Marilyn Dy (Computer Programming Batch 2002. ICC GMA). (Former ICC Faculty Member & Branch Coordinator). Now working in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

Once again CONGRATULATIONS to Jerelyn Mae, Stephen Mark, Leopoldo and Marilyn, the ICC community is proud of you!!!