Testimonials

 

Amylou Serrano-Geluz


I wanted to show them that gender has nothing to d...

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I wanted to show them that gender has nothing to do with learning even acquiring skills traditionally associated with men… Value formation is given emphasis in the curriculum and it’s good because we come out strong when we go out to the real world.”Amylou Serrano-Geluz, Electrical Technology (Batch 5, 1990)
Branch Representative, MERALCO

“(At I.T.) We had a heavy load of classes and I really felt the pressure of having less time to take in everything that other schools have four years to teach. But I learned a lot about time management and stress management, so that prepared me for the industry. The subjects at MFI were really diverse and we didn’t have semester breaks, but I really enjoyed the subjects.””MFI has an aspect of its curriculum that focuses on our social well-being. It teaches us the answers to questions like, “how do I present myself? how do I plan my life? how do I talk to people?” This really prepared me for work and for life.”Sarah Kuizon, Infomation Technology (Batch 23, 2008)
Mobile Applications Developer, 3Logix Philippines Inc.

Noel Victoria


"“The foundations on work discipline, struc...

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The foundations on work discipline, structured approach to problem-solving, respect for manual labor, and belief in one’s personal worth and potential equipped me with the necessary mindset to excel at work and aspire for higher responsibilities.Noel Victoria, Instrumentation Technology (Batch 2, 1987)
Lead facilitator for 787 Boeing Product Line assembly and Test Department, Moog Controls Corporation

 

Sarah Kuizon


We had a heavy load of classes and I really felt t...

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“(At I.T.) We had a heavy load of classes and I really felt the pressure of having less time to take in everything that other schools have four years to teach. But I learned a lot about time management and stress management, so that prepared me for the industry. The subjects at MFI were really diverse and we didn’t have semester breaks, but I really enjoyed the subjects.””MFI has an aspect of its curriculum that focuses on our social well-being. It teaches us the answers to questions like, “how do I present myself? how do I plan my life? how do I talk to people?” This really prepared me for work and for life.”Sarah Kuizon, Infomation Technology (Batch 23, 2008)
Mobile Applications Developer, 3Logix Philippines Inc.

Michelle Constantino


What I took from MFI: value of hard-work, being si...

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What I took from MFI: value of hard-work, being sincere in what you do, and being charitable. Michelle Constantino – Legasto , Electronics Technology (Batch 8, 1993)
Co – Owner, Fravinz Incorporated

Bernardo Quitay


"In numerous ways, my heart has been one with...

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“In numerous ways, my heart has been one with the many MFI scholars, past and present, who believe in their dreams and in themselves. My desire is that they learn from my experience and nurture their hopes.”

 

Bernardo came to know about MFI after he had bought dried fish (tuyo) from the usual market and saw MFI’s scholarship advertisement on the newspaper used to wrap the fish. He then applied and despite the initial hesitations of MFI to take him in because of his older age, finished with academic excellence, and has been MFI’s staunchest supporters since.

 

Bernardo Quitay–Instrumentation (Batch 2, 1987), Former Instructor and Dept. Head at MFI

JC Desacada


“The best thing about graduating from MFI is tha...

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JC Desacada completed the 3-year Tool & Die Technology program at MFI in 2009. He has worked in Mitsubishi Philippines as a welder, in Saudi as a machinist and mechanical technician, and as a part-time instructor in MFI and Siena College of Taytay.

“Before graduation, students at MFI undergo on-the-job training which prepares us for the next stage of our life: being an employee. Most of the companies offer a full-time job to MFI students who complete their OJT. Being employed, I became the breadwinner of the family, financially responsible for almost everything especially with the education of my 2 sisters.”

“I was a machinist in my first job. As a machinist, I know how to handle different kinds of machines, tools and any equipment. Because of the hands-on training at MFI, I developed the confidence to do my job well.”

Today, JC is a technician engineer at Military Technological College, a school in Oman with students between 16 to 18 years old who are studying to be technicians and engineers for the country’s Armed Forces.