The Mabalacat City College Institute of Teacher Education (ITE) holds the Pinning Ceremony 2023 of 4th year ITE students

February 27, 2023

The pinning symbolizes that these students have achieved the required character and competence to engage in practice teaching, and are now ready to be deployed to partner education institutions for their practicum.

The momentous event was attended by Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Romeo D. Erese III, ITE Dean Dr. Arvina Sarmiento, the Program Heads, the students and their parents.

In his opening remarks, AVP Erese expressed his appreciation to the parents for trusting MCC to propel their children towards their ambitions and dreams. He also mentioned that future educators should accept the responsibility to the learning and development of students as well as the commitment to the community, which is to engage and understand, and to support and transform the community.

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