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Erika Canonizado

High School,

Class 2004-2005

"Southville’s Poor Urban Child (POUCH) was a program that made an impact in my life. As a future nurse, caring is part of the values that we must uphold in our lives. Through POUCH, I was able to learn early the importance of caring for other individuals through serving and sharing with the beneficiaries of POUCH what they are not privileged to have." read more>>


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Lens and Lights to Greater Heights

“Southville has trained me to become an achiever. Southville will also train you how to work hard for your dreams.”

Excellence in Business and in Arts

"I don’t think I would have survived the workforce if i didn’t graduate with AB Communication of Southville. Ms. Myles Manalo's classes have equipped me with the skills I needed in my field since I got into the marketing side for my jobs. Southville has instilled in me the 5Cs (Character, Competence, Creativity, Collaboration, Commitment to Achieve) values which I embody in everything that I do."

Fully Equipped for the Real World

All the unexpected projects, deadliest deadlines (yes, it’s exaggerated), hectic schedule of events were already an introduction of the so called “real world” or in other words, “work”. It really helped me prioritize the least to the most important and to consistently produce an excellent output that goes beyond our management’s expectations.

The Power of Passion and Perseverance

“Southville has taught me to never stop improving, always have a competitive mindset. They taught me to love the process of getting your goal. But stay humble as always and never let pride get in the way. And always help others if you can!”

5 Tips For A Stress-Free Enrollment

Enrollment can sometimes be a little daunting. New students and/or transferees might be intimated by the sea of new faces and mountain of documents to submit. Even re-enrolling students can expect some bumps along the road, like unreturned books. Then, trying to get into the same class schedule as with your friends (or crush). Then, we have the long queues. *sigh.

Making a Difference in the Industry

“It might be cheesy, but I have always lived by these lines from the pledge; ‘to become leaders and movers of society’, ‘facite diferentiam’, and ‘one team’. Doing my job as a Guest Service Officer is nowhere close to being a leader yet, but in my own way, I apply it when I am training my peers as I am their senior. I try to teach them as much as I can and guide them,” Pauline said


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