While the Christmas vacation is getting nearer, one faculty of EJIST continue to emerge with burning passion and determination as he passed the International Certification for CompTIA A+ certification (220-801 and 220-802).
The importance of consistency in performance-based certification enabled him to get the passing score, making him the first internationally and CompTIA A+ certified faculty of EJIST Schools.
Meycauayan, Bulacan Vice Mayor RAFAEL S. MANZANO, JR., delivered his inspirational speech emphasizing the importance of technical education on every aspect of our lives while considering the effects of it to our nation as he gave a remarkable notion and that is to enjoy our rights with responsibility.
The presence of the school officials, faculty and staff, most especially the family, relatives and friends of the graduates made the occasion more memorable and meaningful.
EJIST Awarded by TESDA
EMMANUEL JOHN INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, INC. or simply EJIST has again made its name competitive and achiever by receiving an award for being the only technical and computer school among those that are registered in TESDA garnering the most number of recorded assessed graduating students as of the year 2011.
The certificate was awarded to EJIST in recognition of its effort in the mandatory National Competency Assessment for its graduating students of With-Training-Regulations (WTR) registered program given on December 14, 2011 by Mr. Elpidio D. Mamaril Jr., the district director of TESDA CAMANAVA.
This is based on the series of assessment for the courses Programming NC IV, Computer Hardware Servicing NC II and Consumer Electronics Servicing NC II conducted for the graduating students of the said courses by the TESDA assessor and was successfully passed by most of these students.
This Certificate of Achievement, therefore certifies EJIST as the training ground of competitive achievers that could compete and catch up to the ever changing world of technology.
Simple but symbolic MOA signing ceremonies took place as both respective representative and guest were invited to grace the event .
The MOA signing is aimed to develop and operate collaborative training among students, faculty development opportunities, job placement and On-the-Job training.
Mary Jay’s Restaurant is a full service standard restaurant that foods are in reasonable rates. Situated in the heart of Malabon, it is near the business centers.The restaurant caters different occasion such as wedding, birthday,baptismal,etc.
Likewise, EJIST is a technical school under TESDA. Currently, the institution offers the following courses: Front Office Services NC II, Food and Beverages NC II, and Bartending NC II .
The influx of online job portals has enabled people to access what they need when looking for a career. It has become the most efficient way to search and apply for job openings. With the rapid pace of advancements in technology, it is easier to have access to computers and the Internet whether for personal use or professional growth.
This is why BPO Career Hub (BCH) forms a partnership with Emmanuel John Institute of Science & Technology, Inc., with the mutual goal of making young Filipinos more hire-able and qualified by providing them with the right training and assessment tools to improve their skills as well as directing them to a job portal where they could find long-term employment in the fastest growing industries.
MEi in cooperation with Teledevelopment will be having a special career talk on February 9, 2011 in preparation for the EJIST First Job Fairon February 21, 2011 to be held at 237 Rosewood building, M.H. Del Pilar Street, Grace Park, Caloocan City (in front of PLDT).
TESDA CAMANAVA District Director Elpidio Mamaril Jr. is also supporting this event. He invited more than 1000 TESDA CAMANAVA Graduates to join the EJIST job fair on February 21, 2011.
EJIST partnered school St. Amatiel Bulacan branch and Malabon branch will also join this event.