About Alumni

More than being a Dualtech Alumnus

alumni-pixDualtech Alumni Association conducted the annual gathering of graduates last October 28. Participated by about 300 alumni from the first batch in 1987 to the most recent in 2018. The Homecoming is indeed one of the most-anticipated events every year to talk with friends, classmates, former mentors, and industrial coordinators. But more than being technicians, supervisors, managers, entrepreneurs, priests, teachers and other professionals who go back to their common origin.

They are sons of Dualtech. And they are sons of Christ. This Fr. Nico Corvera, a Dualtech alumnus and mass celebrant during the affair affirmed.

Dualtech Graduates place 4th and 7th in recent RME board exams

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Taking RME board exam is in itself a learning experience and so far, my biggest achievement. Hindi madali pumasa sa board lalo’t hindi mo alam ang lalabas sa exam at hindi rin suwertihan ang pagpasa, ngunit dahil sa turo ng review center, sariling sikap at turo ng mga kaibigan ay nakamit ko ang tagumpay. Salamat sa nag-guide at nagturo sa akin. Salamat sa school kung saan ako nagumpisa, ang DUALTECH. -- Jervin Mendellore, Top 7 @ RME Board 

Quitters Never Win and Winners Never Quit!

J-AYENTOI learned this when I was still in high school and I perfectly agree. There would always be struggles and challenges in our lives. When we feel at times when we are near to giving up, when we feel that nothing good is coming out of our efforts, when we feel that anything we do are not producing good results, and when we feel we are near to saying, NO MORE! - Then it is time to go back to our GOAL, the reason why we did embark on this journey; this race, this desire to accomplish something for ourselves and our families. -- JAYVE C. AYENTO | Merit and In-School Performance Awardee, Trained and Employed at Philippine Manufacturing Co. of Murata, Inc.

Dualtech Alumnus among TESDA Idols

i-palmadoDualtech alumnus, Mr. Ibrahim "Bryan" Palmado, represented TESDA Region IV-A (CALABARZON) as TESDA Idol in TESDA’s recent Institutional Awards ceremony during its 24th Anniversary in Taguig City. The recognition is given to Tech-Voc graduates who have attained success and excellence in their chosen occupation that contributed social impact to their respective communities.

In the category of the Wage-Employed, Bryan together with other finalists competed for the National Level. The screening was tough as there were many success stories from various TESDA Regional Offices. "The moment I started this journey, everyday is full of challenges and excitement. There was a moment of giving up due to difficulty in furnishing needed requirements in a short period of time.  I was grateful having Ms. Imee Sigua (Region 4A focal person) for helping me move forward and deliver an unexpected result." Bryan was nominated through TESDA Laguna Provincial and Regional IV-A Offices under the trade area in Electromechanics Technology.

From Dualtech Scholar to Benefactor

ranzel-duenas"Kaming nakapasok ng Dualtech ay nanggaling sa mahirap na pamilya. Pagsasaka lang po ang trabaho namin kahit wala kaming sariling lupa.    

Pumunta ako ng Manila para mag-aral sa ibang school. Swerte ako na sarado na yung school kaya yung kapitbahay ng ate ko ang nagsabi na sa Dualtech na daw ako mag aral. 

Bagong lipat lang ang Dualtech nung time namin sa Pasay. Nagkaklase kami sa ilalim ng puno. Pinadala ako sa isang kumpanya at swerte naman dahil napakaganda ng training program. Meron silang school training for 3 months tsaka nila papadala sa production. Napunta ako sa pinakabulok na department. Noong una inisip ko, napaka malas ko kasi dito ako sa bulok na department. Bulok ang mga makina. Hindi ko alam yun palang bulok, nandoon pala ang ginto.  

Of Sowers, Seeds, Weeds and Wheat...

fr-nicoReflections on the Year of the Clergy and Consecrated Persons

 “Jesus told his disciples another parable, “The kingdom of heaven can be compared to a man who sowed good seed in his field....”  (Mathew 13:24-30)

Dualtech had sown good seeds that after 35 years of existence the school produced good workers, good company supervisors, good managers and good entrepreneurs who in their own right have made considerable impact in the workplace and at the industries where they settled down.  Every time our alumni gather for the alumni homecoming, it is evident in their faces how their lives have evolved, survived and grew from the day to day grind.

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