Feature | “Harvesting Dreams Together”. On Friday, October 6, 2023, at 1:00 pm, graduates are preparing at Devenecia Hall, Isabela State University Main campus, for a momentous occasion – the TVET Competency Assessment Center’s Graduation Ceremonies.
This event is a celebration of the remarkable achievement of four batches, totaling an impressive 105 Graduate Scholars. These graduates have successfully completed their TVET program in Agricultural Crops Production NC III and Horticulture NC III, with the help of the Training for Work Scholarship Program and Tuong Trabaho Scholar Program thru ISU TVET CAC in partnership with TESDA.
Alexis F. Pimentel, one of the Graduates of Agricultural Crops Production NC III, gave a few words thanking everyone who contributed on the graduate’s success: “sa loob ng mahigit na dalawang buwan na karanasan ko sa loob ng TESDA, maraming bagong kaalaman sapag a-agricultura ang aking natutunan… …sabi nga nila libre lang mangarap, pero mas libre ang pag-aaral. Ang makapag-aral ng libre ng walang pinipiling edad o estado sa buhay.”
Afterwards Vice President Boyet L. Batang gave a few words for the Graduates: “ang aming panalangin sainyo ay magbukas ng bagong opportunidad para sainyong kinabukasan”.
The Honorable Faustino V “Inno” A. Dy, Congressman and Representative of the 6th District of Isabela, shared his insights seeing the 105 graduates: “nakakatuwa pong marinig yung mga success stories na galing sainyo. Ito pong TESDA talagang nagbubukas ng panibagong opportunidad. Kami po ay humahanga na sa inyo dahil kinuha nyo po itong programa na ito.
The Training for Work Scholarship Program (TWSP) is a vital initiative aimed at addressing skill gaps and promoting employment in key industry sectors across the county.
The Tulong Trabaho Scholarship Program (TTSP), in collaboration with TESDA, offers aspiring educators the opportunity to effectively teach English to non-native speakers through a comprehensive and cost-free certification program.
-with Jeanne Matthew Pamintuan, ISU-CMS GIP Correspondent | Images: Solomon Acio, ISU-CMS GIP Correspondent