The Magic is in You

cmmamonLife has a way of throwing challenges and obstacles when we least expect it. The key is  always have that readiness to hurdle whatever it is that comes our way.  Big or small, you must find a cue to move forward and carry on. I hope for a fact that the scholars, many of you are burdened by many reasons, some may have a life easier than others, but I am confident that you are all made of stronger stuff with resolved determination and attitude as you sail through the tough times- which did not break, instead, make you. -- Mr. Cesar Mario O. Mamon | Chairman and President, Enchanted Kingdom

Be Grateful

ibo-markTumatak sa akin ang salitang GRATITUDE o PAGPAPASALAMAT.  Binago nito ang tingin ko sa buhay. Ako ay nagpapakumbaba sapagkat lahat ay hindi, “entitled” sa kahit ano sa buhay. Ibinigay ito sa iyo ng mga taong may mabuting-loob. Kaya’t ito ay dapat ipapasa din natin sa iba, sapagkat dahil dito ay mapagbubuti din ang ating sariling loob. Hayaan nating magpatuloy magdulot ito ng pagbabago tungo sa kabutihan, “LET THE MAGIC CONTINUE!” -- MARK LAURENCE IBO | Batch Representative | Awardee, Gold Merit, Out-standing In-School and In-Plant, Learning Excellence, Trained and Employed at Enchanted Kingdom

Let us be S.M.A.R.T. in our 2019 Resolutions!

Year-of-the-Youth-2019Ultimately, and changing the order of the three CBCP-cited key traits of the Filipino youth, being S.M.A.R.T. will yield more bountiful fruits if the youth will likewise humbly and trustingly B.E.G. for God’s graces so that he grows in awareness, acknowledgment, acceptance and assimilation of his being a beloved, empowered and gifted child of God that he truly is. After all, Jesus Christ Himself reminded us that “apart from Me, you can do nothing” (John 15:5); or more positively, as He inspired St. Paul to declare, “I can do all things in Him who strengthens me!” (Phil 4:13).  -- Rev. Fr. Peter EM Cabreros

Gaining Customer’s Trust

arjey-ramosThe journey of Arjey Ramos, M267, as technopreneur started even before his training at Dualtech as he was repairing computers since 2009. With the help of Dualtech’s Electromechanics program, his interest in troubleshooting and technical know- how was intensified.

I worked as an electrical maintenance/ PLC Programmer Trainee. When I got home in the evening, I worked as a part-timer computer technician,” he recalled.

Don’t Give Up

jerry-sabacajanA year after his graduation, Jerry Sabacajan worked in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. He stayed there for 11 years as an Electrical and Instrumentation Technician in a leading company in steam system solutions. Because of  his supportive superiors, and an insistent encouragement Dualtech’s Alumni Relations Office, he pursued an Engineering degree (2014) and a Master’s Degree (2016).

Business by Design

abinzaAfter graduation at Dualtech in 2002, Aaron Binza knew that there was still much to learn. He understood that it would not be easy- physically, mentally and financially- but the most important thing for him was to never stop learning. He was hired as Shifting mechanic in an apparel company that manufactures and distributes clothes, where he had also rendered his training. As thirsty in knowledge as he was, he transferred to another company in Canlubang as a Mold Set- Up Crew and later, at a Die Technology in Binan, Laguna.

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