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Party in a Mexican way

By Adrian Marc M. Soriano
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          With a “Mexican Party” theme, Interface Computer College Manila witnessed a first and one-of-a-kind style of event, with the culminating activity held March 20, 2014 at the Bar and Dining Room.
 
          Students from BS in Hotel and Restaurant Management, Diploma in Hotel and Restaurant Services and Diploma in Tourism and Travel Management Services, organized a dinner party with a touch of Mexican-style foods and motif.

          As part of their requirements in different subjects, it was a time for students to apply and showcase their knowledge and skills acquired from their subjects.
 
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          The night was filled with song numbers rendered by the L.O.L. Band of Ingrid Jasmine Corpuz, Faith Dolor and Cristle Funelas.  Special intermissn numbers were also witnessed from the advisers of the Interface-Society of Tourism, Hotel and Restaurant Management (I-STOHRM) Services namely Mrs. Eunice Galang, Mrs. Evelyn Fontanilla and Mr. Antonio Agapito II together with the selected students. 

          Fun games were also held as part of the celebration. The event was a memorable and successful one.  Kudos to the men and women behind the Mexican Party!
 
 
 

Mr. & Ms. Interface 2014:
“The Beauty and Brain that comes from within”

By Adrian Marc M. Soriano
 
 
Mr and Ms. 2014          Being the Mr. and Ms. Interface is no-joke.  You have to possess beauty, not just in looks, but also in manners and discipline.  Intelligence is another personal quality, which complements the inner beauty and good physical looks.
 
          Ten pairs of gorgeous, handsome, and witty students from Manila and Caloocan were chosen as the candidates for the Search for Mr. and Ms. Interface 2014.  But, only a gentleman and a lady were crowned as the Mr. and Ms. Interface 2014 held March 1, 2014 at Interface Computer College Caloocan.
 

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NSTP lends hand to community

By Adrian Marc M. Soriano
  
            The National Service Training Program of Interface Computer College Manila successfully conducted a community-cleaning activity last January 25, 2014 at Barangay 636 Zone 64 in Sampaloc, Manila. (Click here for Photos)

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The IT and Engineering Week 2014

By Adrian Marc M. Soriano
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          With the theme: “I-Transform: Transforming Internet of Things, new trends of Information Technology”, the IT and Engineering Week 2014 Celebration was held February 14-15, 2014 at Interface Computer College, Manila.
 
          The annual event that showcased the academic knowledge, talents and skills of Interfacers through various competitions was planned, organized and supervised by the Association of Information and Communication Technology (A.I.C.T.) and the Association of Computer Engineering and Electronic Technician Students (A.C.E.E.T.S.)
 

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Game Over

By Adrian Marc M. Soriano


SportsfestAmidst the inclement weather condition, the Sports Festival of Interface Computer College was successfully held September 25 to 28, 2013 at Patricia Complex Tondo, Manila.

The annual event could not be stopped by heavy rains and strong winds as Interfacers from Manila and Caloocan once again battled out in different competitions.  With unity and sportsmanship, Interfacers showcased their skills and talents through sports.

 

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Announcement

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Result of Academic Scholarship Exam:

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Interface Computer College - Manila now offers new programs for Hotel and Restaurant Management and Services, Tourism and Travel Management and Services, Diploma in Information Technology, Diploma in Multimedia Application Development, Diploma in Computer and Electronics Technology (CHS-NCII), Bookeeping NCIII, Food and Beverage NCII, Housekeeping NCII, Bread/Pastry Production NCII, Bartending NCII, Front Office Services NCII, CESD NCIV - using Oracle, CESD NCIV - Using Microsoft.net, CESD NCIV - using JAVA, Animation NCIII, and Visual Graphics NCIII.
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Interface Computer College - Manila is now an accredited Assessment Center for Programming NC-IV and Computer Hardware Servicing NC-II.
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We now have a monthly schedule for Programming NC-IV and Computer Hardware Servicing NC-II National Certification exams.
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