Current students and recent graduates of the Information Technology course at Southville have recently gained the prestigious Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist certification on the implementation and maintenance of Microsoft Databases (SQL Server 2005). The exam takers recorded a 100% passing rate for all the non-graduated students of Southville and also a 100% passing rate for all the Southville scholars. This particular certification is valued worldwide due to the degree of difficulty with Training kits and preparation guides typically being over 1000 pages in length.
The IT industry is very volatile and demands a very high quality of professionals. Preferably those … [Read more]
Armed with the passion to extend expertise on Information Communications Technologies (ICT), members of the Korean Internet Volunteers (KIV) headed by Ilryoung Lee, a graduate school student of Ewha Womans University, spent a month of volunteer work in the Information Technology Department of Southville International School and Colleges.
Joining Ms. Lee are fellow volunteers Bobae Park, Taeyoung Han, and Eungyeong Hur, all part of Team UNIC (United Network of IT Community), who all underwent the extensive screening procedure of the Korea Agency for Digital Opportunity and Promotion (KADO) under the Ministry of Public Administration and Security. With them is Mr. … [Read more]
The Junior Philippine Computer Society – Southville International School and Colleges Chapter (JPCS-SISC) attended the 12th Youth Congress on Information Technology (Y4IT) held at the SMX Convention Center, Pasay city last September 11, 2014.
Themed “Harnessing the Power of Me”, the Y4IT event featured professionals hailing from major IT companies, leaders of the Internet governing bodies and trendy startup entrepreneurs. Fifty-nine members of the JPCS – SISC organization joined their fellow IT students from different schools and colleges from different parts of the country as they gathered around to listen to these distinguished individuals.
During the 2nd day of the … [Read more]
July 27, 2016 – Southville’s Multi-Purpose Hall was once again filled with 100 percent attendance of BSN students as the College of Nursing held its 1st BSN Lecture Series for AY 2016-2017.
The program featured a lecture presentation on the Australian model of Emergent Care of Clients with Maladaptive Behavior by guest resource speaker Ms. Jam T. Javellana, RN. Nurse Jam is a Southville-BSN alumna from Class 2010. She now works in a highly specialized unit adjunct to the state-of-the-art Emergency Department complex of the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney, Australia.
The session brought awareness to the scope of … [Read more]
Media Center, Lux Building – the inauguration of Multimedia Freshmen’s exhibit Comic Relief took place from March 17, 2015. The exhibit comprised of one-page comic strips made by the students for their Intermediate Drawing class along with a corresponding poster and cover.
The ribbon was cut at around 12:30 PM by Dr. Felma Tria, the college’s dean, with the presence of Mr. Joey Reboredo, the professor of the said class. Juice and finger foods such as sandwiches, chips, and cookies were also given to the guests soon after.
The exhibit ran until March 20, 2015 at around 5 PM.
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The 1st Asian Federation of Student Leaders (AFSL) International Youth Congress held last January 21-24, 2015 in Guam, USA gave its delegates an opportunity to develop strong leadership skills like self-management, people management, and task management anchored on character, integrity and collaboration, thus, fostering peace, harmony, and global kinship through social responsiveness and servant-leadership.
Loren Angeli Estavillo, who was the College of Nursing’s delegate to the Congress, gained invaluable experiences that will help her develop the competencies toward becoming a nurse leader and manager as she embarks in her chosen profession. SISC’s College of Nursing has always been open to … [Read more]
Given barely two weeks of preparation for the competition in an unlikable weather, Team Southville composed of Communication and Multimedia Arts Students Arthessa Bola, Mark Castillo, Bea Dela Cruz, Jay Gurbuxani, Rhenessa Lacerna, Danica Jelina Rayos, Christel Reyes, Wilhelmina Zara, Ren De Guzman and James Ocampo, placed fourth in the 2014 2014 EdukCircle Documentary Film held last year.
With the theme Media and Politics: Reporting the Philippines’ Recent Biggest Political Scandals, the competition was sponsored by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and was held to evaluate the communication practices in different academic fields.
Team Southville topped over more … [Read more]
By Mary Therese Villafuerte-Barja
Mr. Yeng Remulla, the author of bestselling business books “Productive Pinoy” and “Start Something New,” shared his entrepreneurship know-how during the First Alumni Networking Series in Southville International School and Colleges last September 27, 2013. Mr. Remulla gave tips on how the alumni participants can make use of what they have and start a business venture. Mr. Remulla, who started his first business at the age of 19, has been an entrepreneur for 15 years already. Since then, he has been invited by many companies or organizations to talk about productivity, entrepreneurship and the art of … [Read more]
Southville International School and Colleges (SISC), given its strong advocacy of developing future capital and securities market participants, was chosen by First Metro Investment Corporation (FMIC), Philippine Stock Exchange (PSE) and Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines (CEAP), to host the third in the series of nationwide road shows of the Intercollegiate Stock X Challenge.
Last August 28, 2012, business students from Lyceum of the Philippines – Laguna, ABE International Business College – Las Piñas, Immaculate Heart of Mary College – Parañaque, Southville Foreign University, and Southville International School and Colleges actively participated in a day of orientation, lecture, and … [Read more]
Supreme Student Council & Council of Leaders organized the first dance competition in SISC history titled “Monarchs Streetdance Showdown”, showcasing the students’ talent for dancing, particularly in hiphop.
Seven groups from Southville International School and Colleges, SEED Academy and South-Seed LPDH College were pitted against each other. Third place went to the group Campus Dance Crew led by David Asprer. Second place went to an all-Psychology group Psychalysts led by Carisma Anne Flores. Drizzler from SEED Academy led by Joebert Pagdato won 1st place.… [Read more]