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    CHED’s Dr.Birung is our guest speaker

    Today’s 510 graduates of Tomas Claudio Memorial College, composed of 270 baccalaureate degree-holders and 240 master’s degree-holders, shall have the rare opportunity to listen to Dr. Sinforoso M. Birung, head of CHED’s programs and standards office. With formal academic training in education and development economics at the Philippine Normal University and University of the Philippines, Dr. Birung also attendedvarious specialized courses in project development, project management and development planning in Australia, Japan, South Korea, and Germany. He has a PhD in educational management from the University of La Sallette. In the course of his consultancy work in education and development [...]

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    Two college faculty presents paper at CHED-Calabarzon Research Conference

    Professors Lalaine Toriado and Gerald Trinidad, both from the College of Business Administration and Accountancy, presented their research papers in the recently concluded CHED-Calabarzon Research Council conference held at Enverga Foundation University, Lucena City, Quezon Province. Prof.Toriado presented a paper on the tracer study of TCMC commerce graduates, while Prof.Trinidad talked about the indigenous MNCs in the Phlippines and their corporate social responsibility projects. The two faculty members are also partcipating in the PAPSCU research consortium, which aims to develop research capability among the faculty of member-institutions. Both activities are aligned with the thrusts of the College to develop research [...]

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    TCMC Library: On the road to the Digital World

    The College Library is well on the road to the Digital World, according to Ms.Eleanor M. Vibar, the newly installed College Librarian of TCMC. Its title collection more than meets the requirements for a higher education institution our size. It is now equipped with infolio, an online public access catalog (OPAC) software, for easy access to library reference materials by students, faculty, and other stakeholders of the College. It has Internet access, the global highway of information, now a cutting edge world-class standard for academic libraries, which can be used by students and faculty in their research studies. As a [...]

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    HRM – Truly a Rewarding Course

    Seemingly, the year of the snake is giving TCMC HRM a real send off. Some of the graduates have landed into working positions in the hospitality industry here and abroad. Milanie Eusebio Penaranda, HRM graduate of Batch 2011 is now in Alberta, Canada as part of the foodservice crew team. Cosette Dela Cruz and Edilberto Santos, both coming from HRM batch 2012 are now working at Army Navy in Cainta as part of its foodservice workforce. Mark Joseph Macahis, also of batch 2012 is now working as a barista at Haato & Co. in Singapore and will eventually transfer in [...]

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    HRM Local OJT : Breaking a New Ground

    HRM Department is creating more horizons as it offers its second and fourth year students an array of OJT providers to choose from. Second and fourth years students are lucky enough to have the following venues to hone their talents and skills where they are to render 540 hours for level four and 300 hours for level two.   FIVE-STAR HOTELS: Sofitel Luxury Hotel Philippine Plaza in Roxas Boulevard EDSA Shangrila Hotel Century Park Sheraton Hotel in Malate, Manila   FOUR-STAR HOTELS: Dusit Thani Hotel Manila Astoria Plaza Hotel in Ortigas Astoria Plaza Hotel in Makati Le Grand Suites Hotel [...]

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    HRM Updates: “Carving Skill – A Work of Art”

    by: Ms. Sanilyn SD. Delizo In line with paintings, songs, pastries and the likes, carved fruits, vegetables, a block of ice and detergent soap is truly an artist’s work. On March 1-2, 2013, a carving seminar was conducted for students in all levels in the HRM Department held at the Roof Top of the CHARM building at 8am-5pm. Master Carver Celestino Valdemor, a established carver who have been in the field for 20 years now teaching students from different parts of the country, demonstrated and shared the techniques in carving. His ever supportive assistants are Efren Cajapi, a skilled man [...]

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    Successful BA and HRM Practicumers to America

      TWENTY-ONE BA and HRM PRACTICUMERS GO TO USA, BON VOYAGE! Buoyed by the success of last year’s international practicum program of the College for its graduating students (that saw three HRM students flying to Arizona, Hawaii, and Wisconsin, USA), TCMC has recently sent twenty-one practicumers to various prestigious hotels and corporations across USA, last February 28, first batch; and March 6, second batch. Professors Estela Garrovillas-Pascual and Danilo Pascual, Dean of Business Administration and Accountancy and HRM department chair, respectively, were ecstatic as they announced the third batch of candidates for graduation, who passed the rigid exams and interviews [...]

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    HRM EVENTS — A… BOOM!

    HRM EVENTS  — A… BOOM! By Sanilyn SD Delizo   Cruise ship OJT – A New Experience HRM students from the third level set foot in the Pier terminal on May 20, 2012 for their cruise ship on-the-job training via 2go International, Inc. vessel en route from Manila-Cebu-Zamboanga-General Santos Day 1 started with the orientation seminar re: cruise ship management & vessel familiarization. On shifting schedule, each one was given work assignment in different areas. For Housekeeping with sub-areas like Housekeeping Cabin & Storeroom, Housekeeping Tourist, Housekeeping Megavalue.For the Food and Beverage service, work allocations took place in the cruise’s [...]