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SMCL partners with The Manila Times College and Asia Pacific College

Saint Michael's College of Laguna signed a memorandum of agreement with The Manila Times College (TMTC) and Asia Pacific College (APC) to boost its academic programs, Feb. 1.

The three institutions were represented by Dr. Lourdes Almeda-Sese, SMCL president, Dante "Klink" Ang II, The Manila Times president and TMTC vice-chairman and dean, and Dr. Paulino Tan, APC president during the ceremonial signing held at The Palms Country Club, Alabang, Muntinlupa City.

SMCL is set to offer a joint program with TMTC. Michaeleans who are in the Secondary Education program may opt to specialize in Journalism, which will be offered by TMTC.

On the other hand, the partnership between SMCL and APC will focus on APC's support for SMCL's IT programs, including plans for multimedia arts.

For full story, click here. (Press release from The Manila Times)

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The Michaelean Angels varsity team had a strong standing in the DepEd City Meet 2017, copping several medals in various games.

See image for list of winners.

Zontian mag features SMCL Golden Z Club

The Zontian, the official publication of Zonta International, once again featured SMCL Golden Z Club for winning first place in the Emma Conlon Service Awards.

The September 2017 issue highlighted the group’s service project called I Walk in Her Shoes, which focused on gender equality.
GZC's flagship projects include Say No to Violence Against Women and Girls, He for She, Breast Cancer Prevention, Free Legal Clinic, and Ring for Peace among others. Golden Z Clubbers work for UN’s Sustainable Goals particularly Goal#5, Gender Equality and Women Empowerment.
Said club is being sponsored by Zonta Club of Laguna.

SMCL gets Star Award from TESDA

Saint Michael's College of Laguna became the first private technical vocational institution in Calabarzon to be certified with a star rating by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority.

Tesda awarded a one star rating to SMCL for its Bread and Pastry Production NC II program. The ceremony was held at Crowne Plaza Manila, Oct. 27.

The Star Award is given to a technical-vocational training provider that passed the threshold of candidate status during the certification visit.

SMCL met the minimum threshold of competency-based training program delivery and program performance measures.

SMCL President Dr. Lourdes Almeda-Sese and Polytechnic Courses Dept. Head Mrs. Ma. Linda D. Pio received the Star Award in behalf of SMCL.

The certification was valid for one year.

Michaelean faculty present researches in New York

Faculty members cum administrators presented their researches in a Filipino American teachers' conference in New York.

VP for Academics and Research Dr. Maria Regina Milagros Manabat and Director for Student Services Ms. Inecita Cuevas represented SMCL in the International Research and Education Conference held at 4 West 43rd St., New York City on Oct. 27-31.

Both researches also served as session chairs during the paper presentations.

Dr. Manabat presented her research entitled "What drives the formation of “valuable” Academe - Industry Partnership: The case of HEIs and Companies in the CALABARZON," co-authored with Research Director Dr. Socorro Rodriguez and SMCL President Dr. Lourdes Almeda-Sese.

Said research was produced in part with the assistance of the Commission on Higher Education.

Ms. Cuevas presented "Critical Thinking Skills in Senior High School English Core Subjects" co-authored with faculty member T-Jay Medina.

The conference was sponsored by th…