Legazpi City, Albay – The Mariners Polytechnic Colleges Foundation (MPCF) this city hosted the 1st Bicol Power Summit on September 26, 2014 held at the Annex campus of the school. Organizations consisting of established groups advocating reforms for better electricity service in the province and the Region led by the Consumers Rights Watch (CRoW)-Bicol spearheaded this initiative. It targeted the mapping-out a solid future for the local electricity service provided to consumers and to mitigate the adverse effects of a looming electricity crisis expected to come in the middle of next year or earlier, as announced by government thru the Department of Energy (DOE).
The Mariners-Legazpi Band & Majorettes as they compete in the streets of Naga City during the Military Parade Contest at the 2014 Peñafrancia Festival.
Naga City – The Mariners Polytechnic Colleges Foundation (MPCF) Legazpi contingent to the 2014 Peñafrancia Festival Military parade competition consisting of the Band and Majorettes and a battalion of Coast Guard Auxiliary-Officer Training Corps (CGA-OTC) cadets made their mark as they competed with groups representing various schools from the Bicol Region.
|PCG and PCGA officials attending the 15th CGAD Bicol Anniversary celebration include (right to left), Commo. Dante La. Jimenez PCGA, PCG Commandant Vice Admiral Rodolfo D. Isorena, Commo. Aaron P. Reconquista, Commander of PCG District Bicol and other officials from the Manila and Bicol Headquarters who participated in the event.|
Legazpi City, Albay – The Mariners Polytechnic Colleges Foundation (MPCF) this city, being one of the biggest paying electricity clients in the province of Albay has participated in actions taken by the Consumers Rights Watch (CROW) Bicol on the poor service rendered by the local power firm which has taken over the operation of the Albay Electric Cooperative (ALECO) a few months ago.
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(Left picture) - 3rd Mate JAY LOMITAO while being featured at the Mariners’ radio-tv show ‘Buhay Marinero’. (Right picture) - Program Anchors MPCF-Legazpi’s Media Relations Officer Steven James Diño and Mariners System’s Corporate Public Affairs Officer Elmer Abad as they appear on television while interviewing the guest .
Legazpi City, Albay – A 23 year-old graduate of Mariners Polytechnic Colleges Foundation (MPCF) this city was featured as guest in the July 10, 2014 presentation of Mariners System’s radio-television show ‘Buhay Marinero’ over DCTV Channel 8 and Radio Veritas.
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Legazpi City, Albay – The administration, faculty, staff, Alumni and students of Mariners Polytechnic Colleges Foundation (MPCF) this city rejoice in the recent triumph of board passers who hurdled the examination for O.I.C. (Navigational Watch) and O.I.C. (Engine Watch) given in the months of June and May, 2014.
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More list of Passers (July 2014 Updated) HERE
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The guest and anchormen during the inaugural presentation of ‘Buhay Marinero’ TeleRadyo show in Albay. President Dante La. Jimenez (extreme right) and the program anchors – veteran radioman and Mariners System’s Corporate Public Affairs Officer Elmer Abad (center) and MPCF-Legazpi Media Relations Officer Steven James Diño.
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|Members of the Board of Trustees of MPCF-Legazpi honor the Commencement Exercises Speaker and Guest of Honor – Marlow Navigation’s RIINA VAHER. In the picture (left to right) VPSEA Nimfa V. Jimenez, BOT Members Dr. Gabriel L. Jimenez, Merle J. San Pedro, Dr. Marilissa J. Ampuan, President Dante La. Jimenez and the Guest. Not in the picture is BOT Member Evita L. Jimenez.|
Legazpi City, Albay - The Mariners Polytechnic Colleges Foundation (MPCF) this city, held its 28th Ring Hop and Commencement Exercises simultaneously on April 11, 2014 at the JC Jimenez Multi-Purpose Gymnasium with Ms. Riina Vaher of the European-based Marlow Navigation shipping company as Guest of Honor and Speaker.
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Key stakeholders of the Philippine maritime industry including the academic community reached a consensus recently to work for a research agenda on maritime issues. They also agreed to promote the development of a shipping industry toward making the country as a leading self-reliant maritime nation.
Women's rights in the maritime industry set the tone in the launching of Women in Maritime (WIMA) – Bicol chapter on March 29, 2012 in Legazpi City. MPCF-Legazpi hosted the launching of the new women's group at the school's Annex, Jaime's Hall in Rawis.
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