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Mariners’ supports Gender Sensitivity

gender sensitivity seminar

More women are becoming interested in pursuing a career in a male dominated industry, not to mention the maritime industry. Hence, the thrust of the Mariners’ Polytechnic Colleges Foundation is to partner with The Institute of Women’s Studies of St. Scholastica’s College Manila represented by Ms. Tatis Yee. The inception of this timely concept of Gender Sensitivity along with the program of the Commission on Higher Education, aims to:

  • Equip participants with the knowledge, skills and attitudes on gender discrimination and other forms of gender inequality.
  • Define the role of men and women in the society and the environment
  • Identify the causes and manifestations of gender inequality
  • Define strategies on how to incorporate gender in education, the family and in the church.

Thus, the Mariners’ System believes that the integration of Gender Sensitivity to its programs’ curriculum is a welcome treat. Ahoy to Gender Sensitivity!
Note: Objectives courtesy of Institute of Women’s Studies

Contributed by Ms. Popi Jimenez


team building

The Institution’s first ever Joint Faculty and Staff Teambuilding with the theme “ONE TEAM ONE GOAL” was held last April 12, 2013 at the Mariners’ Annex.

The general objective was to engage employees in group activities for the purpose of developing a more cohesive, vibrant, and mutually-enriching team that will work earnestly towards the realization of the MARINERS’ IDENTITY:

A community of competent and dedicated professionals firmly committed to form student learners as global workers who are competitive, goal-driven, hardworking, value diversity, respectful of the environment, and espouse the ideals and values of the Institution.

With the employees’ active participation in all the activities, all have recognized their significant part in the fulfilment of the vision of the Institution. Hence, a successful and memorable turnout of the event emerged. Are you in this TEAM? Yes, we are! Who’s in this TEAM? We are! What is this TEAM? TEAM MARINERS’!

team building OUTING

At exactly 8:00 am on April 13, 2013, three (3) buses with excited faculty, staff and their families travelled to Oh la la Paradise Spring Resort Guinobatan, Albay for the Institution’s Summer Outing.

The resort’s exclusive pool accommodating 300 persons was full of frolicking young once and young ones. Water made them all look of the same age for it rejuvenated their bodies.

This once a year fare was indeed an event to behold.

Contributed by Ms. Popi Jimenez

Batch Matayog, Soar High!


Held April 5, 2013, Mariners' Polytechnic Colleges Foundation Legazpi City celebrated its 27th Ringhop and Commencement Exercises with the theme "Quality Graduates: Responding to the Call for Global Development". This year's graduates called themselves Batch Matayog, with the hopes and dreams of soaring high in their chosen path and career. Indeed, the batch is soaring high, with 40 industrial scholars selected to sail with world class shipping agencies; 53 academic awardees from different courses including Cum Laude students, Academic Distinction Awardees, Gold Anchor Awardee, Silver Anchor Awardees, Bronze Anchor Awardees, Gold Propeller Awardees, Silver Propeller Awardees, Bronze Propeller Awardee, and Gold Tray Awardee; HRM and HM students graduated with National Competency certifications from TESDA on Food and Beverage Services; Skilled students awarded with Proficiency in Customs laws, Proficiency in Tourism Management, Proficiency in Food and Beverage Services, Proficiency in Power Plant Operations, Proficiency in Machine Shop Operations, Proficiency in Seamanship, Proficiency in Navigation, and Proficiency in Catering; students who placed during the PRC Examination for Deck and Engine Officers; and students awarded for their leadership, creativity, international work and travel participation, performance and research output.
The guest speaker of the event is Mr. Joern Clodius from Marlow Navigation, a German Resident, who worked for Marlow Navigation from 1998 up to the present time, with significant position on the company from Navigation Officer to Senior Superintendent.
The activity was graced with a Baccalaureate Mass held at JCJ Gymnasium, Mariners' Annex, with Rev. Fr. Frederick Naga as the celebrant. The mass was con celebrated with Rev. Fr. Jonathan Calleja. The program proper started at 1:00 in the afternoon on JCJ Gymnasium as well.
The 27th Ringhop and Commencement Exercises was one of the glorious days for Mariners' Polytechnic Colleges Foundation Legazpi City.

Industrial Passers 2013 - Scholars, Bon Voyage!!!

industrial passers 2013
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Mariners' Polytechnic Colleges Foundation Legazpi City proudly congratulates the 40 graduates who are about to sail with world class international and local shipping agencies after successfully passing the qualifying examination each company rendered the second semester of academic year 2012-2013. They will be boarding with Maine Marine, Philippines, Inc., Marlow Navigation, OSTE Crewing Philippines, Inc, and Career Philippines Shipmanagement, Inc. They will be sailing the seas for one year right after their commencement exercises. The following scholars include:

Maine Marine Philippines, Inc.

  • Vergara, James Christopher B.

Marlow Navigation
  • Abrigo, Richard R.
  • Azores, Hermes N.
  • Bolilan, Jodel Bryan
  • Reburiano, John Inno
  • Bacerdo, Omar D.

OSTE Crewing Philippines, Inc.
  • Cedro, Joven C.
  • Uyola, John Rey L.
  • Bacerdo, Omar D.
  • Cuebillas, Glen Mar C.
  • Potian, Jerry Raymund N.
  • Sanchez, Hilario D.

Career Philippines Shipmanagement, Inc.
  • Baloloy, Boyson L.
  • Barreda, John Kenneth A.
  • Bayon-on, Julius D.
  • Broñosa, Marvin C.
  • Catamura, Nick P.
  • Cestina, Aries L.
  • Dura, Jan Efren S.
  • Hilario, Junel C.
  • Ipanag, Aldrin A.
  • Liz, Tristan Z.
  • Matabuena, Jerick B.
  • Ombao, Jose C.
  • Secillano, James PAtrick S.
  • Talatagod, Regenald D.
  • Baile, Christian A.
  • Bandola, Jason B.
  • Bibon, Jay B.
  • Binamira, Hilbert C.
  • Buencibello, John Lenmar B.
  • Ibañez, Ricardo B.
  • Lagmay, Ress C.
  • Magas, Jonilo B.
  • Monzales, Richardson S.
  • Nabor, Nico Paulo O.
  • Oliver, Avenger B.
  • Romabon, John Dominic B.
  • Sanchez, Hilario Jr. D.
  • Sapico, Joemart S.
  • Tulang, John Major Aben I.

MCAT – Mariners’ College Admission Test

Admission Test Schedule for AY 2013-2014 First Semester
To be announced.

Testing Fee: PhP 150.00

The Guidance Office will release the admission test results two days after the examinations and will conduct interviews with all new students and transferees upon its release.

For inquiries, please call us at 482-0997 or text/call us at 09065403775. Look for Ms. Yani or Mam Joyce at the Guidance Office, Admin Building, 3rd Floor.


For inquiries, call the Registrar at 482.09.97 or 482.01.66.