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Academic Council and Administrative Committee Go on Retreat

Last Updated (Tuesday, 30 November 1999 08:00) Written by Author Tuesday, 27 January 2015 11:36
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The Academic Council together with he Administrative Committee went for a spiritual retreat at the Cesma Cliss, Sarangani Province last January 16-18, 2015. The group left the campus in he afternoon of January 15. Through the generosity of the officers of Southern Mindanao Mission led by Pastor Rogelio Caderma and the treasurer Mr. Nuelin Sanes, the group was treated to a sumptuous dinner at the SMM guest house. The group then proceeded to Cesma Cliff .The whole day of Friday, January 16, the group met to review the vision, mission and goals of Mountain View College facilitated by Dr. Hope Aperocho, VPAA. The Sabbath was a refreshing spiritual activity. Pastor Silverio Reyno, Director for Ministry and Spiritual Life, facilitated the group discussion from the readings of the book Patriarchs and Prophets. Dr. Don Leo Garilva, College President, delivered the message during the hour of worship. In the afternoon, testimonies were shared on how MVC made an impact to the lives of the participants of such retreat. A commitment ceremony was done by Pastor Felixian Felicitas, Dean of the School of Theology. The group then went back to General Santos City in the evening of Saturday and stayed at the guest room of Southern Mindanao Mission. The group left General Santos City in the morning of Sunday refreshed, renewed, and committed in pursuing the vision, mission and goals of MVC. This activity would not be successful without the support of the Finance Department led by Mr. Eric Barnuevo, Vice president for finance, and the treasurer, Mrs. Genevev Vidal. Special thanks to Mr. JR Bundaog and Mr. Sammy Jumawid drivers and Mrs. Sweet May Bundaog for preparing the nutritious food. -- By Dr. Hope Aperocho


Guidance and Counseling Office Conducts Pre-Employment Seminar and Mock Job Interview to Class 2015

Last Updated (Tuesday, 30 November 1999 08:00) Written by Author Tuesday, 27 January 2015 11:35
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Two hundred eighty (280) graduating students of Class 2015 attended and participated in the whole day annual PRE-EMPLOYMENT SEMINAR and MOCK JOB INTERVIEW on January 21, 2015 at the M.T. Oliverio Hall of the Main Campus. This was organized by the Guidance and Counseling Center headed by Assoc. Prof. Ester P. Mojica, RGC, with the staff and the Student Peer Facilitators (SPF).

Prof. Agapito M. Bayron, Jr., faculty of the Department of Languages & Literature at Central Mindanao University (CMU), Maramag, Bukidnon was one of the resource persons. He dwelled on the following topics: Writing the Job Application Letter, Writing the Resumé, Dressing up for the Interview, Performing with Excellence in a Job Interview

Assoc. Prof. Winston C. Mojica, Chairperson of the Languages Department in MVC, was the speaker in the afternoon. His topics were: How to Improve Your Proficiency in the English Grammar, Improving Your Proficiency in English Speech, Most Commonly Mispronounced Words by Filipinos.

Mock job interviews were conducted later in the afternoon. Faculty members and alumni acted as the interviewers. Applying what they learned from the lectures, each of the graduating students was given an outright evaluation by the interviewers on their performance during the interview.

The main objectives of these activities are to educate the graduating students on matters of employment, to facilitate employment to the graduating students, and to prepare the graduating students in their venture to be hired and promoted in jobs they like and where they are fit.

For the success of the program, the Guidance and Counseling Center would like to thank all the seniors for participating in the activities, the college administration and faculty for their support. God be praised. --By Debwin Lambstar C. Mojica

MVCA Qualifies for 2015 Mathematic Challenge Final Round

Last Updated (Tuesday, 30 November 1999 08:00) Written by Author Tuesday, 27 January 2015 11:34
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Six MVCA students qualified for the oral Round of the 2015 Metrobank-MTAP– DepEd Mathematics Challenge on February 3-4, 2015. The finalists are Lyeann kryzz Elumba and Zyrene Kei Reyes (Grade 7); Danielle Cena and kirk Danie Iyo (Grade 8); and Andrei lee acson and Ornice Claire Opao (Grade 9). Serving as their coach is Miss Liel Gem Villaver.

Valencia City National High School hosted the elimination round for the secondary level last January 14, 2015. Students took a 50-item written examination and out of 18 secondary school around the Division of Valencia, 8 schools qualified for the oral round. MVCA ranked 5.5th for the Grade 7 level, 5th for the Grade 9, and 2nd for the Grade 8.

The Mathematics Teachers Association of the Philippines (MTAP) prepared the examination questions while the Department of Education facilitated the said event. Dr. Lorelie V. Gamutan, Education Program Supervisor for mathematics, unsealed the examination envelope on the same day. The events was sponsored by Metrobank, Inc.

PNSA Student Nurses’ Days Held at MVC

Last Updated (Tuesday, 30 November 1999 08:00) Written by Author Tuesday, 27 January 2015 11:31
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The Philippine Nurses Student Association-Bukidnon Chapter, a branch under the national Philippine Nurses Association, chose MVC this year to host the annual Student Nurses’ Days on January 19 and 20, 2015. The event included guests from Bukidnon State University and San Isidro College students, faculty, and PNA members and officers. The first day of the event, January 19, the senior nursing students from all three schools, MVC, BSU, and SIC, attended an Integrated Seminar at the M.T. Oliverio Hall with the theme Pathways to Professional Nursing. The main guest speaker was Dr. Christian Karl Terence L. Caballes, a Forensic Pathologist and Chief Medico Legal Officer at SOCO-Philippine National Police-Region 10. Dr. Caballes introduced the students of Bukidnon to forensic analysis of crime scenes and victims, along with how to preserve and present evidence in a court of law. Other guest speakers were Emmanuelita R. Barrera, RN MAN, the Nurse Tuberculosis Coordinator at the Bukidnon Provincial Health Office, who presented new updates on the national TB program and Melchora B. Serafin RN, MAN, Dean of the School of Nursing at San Isidro College, who orientated the soon to be nursing graduates about the benefits of being PNA members and how to join after graduation. The first day, January 19, also brought together all BSU, MVC, and SIC Levels 1, 2, and 3 at the MVC-Annex Campus where they enjoyed in participating in various recreational activities promoting comradeship between schools. The second day, January 20, the seniors joined in on the activities at the MVC-Annex Campus. The Student Nurses’ days were successful as they brought together all the participating schools in friendship, companionship, and the common goal of dedicating one’s life to service for mankind through the artof nursing. To God be the Glory and Honor. -- by Laura E. Pérez Arias, 4rth year BSN


Last Updated (Tuesday, 16 December 2014 11:18) Written by Author Tuesday, 16 December 2014 11:09
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The students of agriculture majors (SAM)of Mountain View College School of Agriculture participated in the 8 th Federation of Agriculture students in Mindanao (FASMIN) annual Congress and the World Food day forum at Misamis University (MU) in Ozamis City last November 24-27, 2014. The Congress focused on the theme: “Harnessing Nature through Efficient and Effective Eco-Farming.”

The congress opened with an acquaintance program on the evening of November 24 where all delegates were given a welcome by Dr. Aser l. Cambangay, the dean of the College of Agriculture and Forestry of

MU with the roll call of all delegates. The vocal duet and barn dance contest were also held during the program.


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