ICI-CDO Conducted Tabulation for APSSCO Campus Model 2013

A successful tabulation for APPSCO Campus Model 2013 was carried out by members of ICI-CDO Tabulation Team last February 5, 2013 at SM Atrium Cagayan de Oro.

The competition was organized by Association of Private Secondary Schools of Cagayan de Oro (APSSCO) to showcase the beauty of high school students from different private schools around the city.

There were a total of 9 participating schools during the competition, each with their own set of beautiful and handsome models. Wearing different attires for each segment, the models flaunt their appealing beauty and figure to the spectators. ICI-CDO Tabulation Team comprised of Ms. Miriam Mejias, Mr. Mark Daniel Banaynal, Ms. Queenielyn Veligano and others carefully monitored each model’s scores given by the judges to ensure accurate results. Some of them were tasked to debug any error in the tabulation system but fortunately, there were none.

The winning models of the competition were given prizes in form of medals, special gift certificates and cash prizes courtesy of sponsors; Mags and AVON Philippines. The ICI Tabulation Team was very proud as they have conducted yet another successful tabulation for an important event. More important events are scheduled this year and expect ICI to be there.

The ICI-Iligan 3rd ICT Week Celebration Includes Videogame Competitions and Dance Contest

You may have already seen or heard a lot of competitions prepared for tomorrow’s ICT Week celebration. Some of the popular competitions during this kind of event include; Web Designing Contest, Logo Designing, Digital Poster Making Contest, Open Quiz Show, and Digital Animation Competition. While these are designed to test a student’s knowledge and skills, there are also competitions that make ICT Week in ICI much more interesting.

Video games capture the interest of people at any age level. They are designed to give entertainment all while teaching a player a bunch of new stuff. Many ICI’ans are known to play video games and they are good at them. Whether it’s a First Person Shooter (FPS) or a Real Time Strategy type of game, students are simply excited to get their hands on the mouse button to shoot enemies or cast spells against their opponents and “pwn” them. Two of the world’s most popular videogame titles, Left 4 Dead 2 and DotA will be featured in tomorrow’s event.

Left 4 Dead 2

Players will play the role of zombie apocalypse survivors, shooting their way out of difficult situations to save themselves and cleanse the undead-infested world, one bullet at a time. The Left 4 Dead 2 contest will be held at Rm. TL1 from 9 am to 12 noon.



Defence of the Ancients (DotA) is a real-time-strategy game designed to be playable for up to 10 players with 5 members from two factions: The Sentinel and The Scourge. Originally designed as a mod for Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos, DotA quickly became one the most popular RTS games of all time with a standalone sequel released by Valve last 2012. The DotA contest will be held at Rm. CL4 from 9 am to 12 noon.

For those who are not fan of videogames but love to see their fellow ICI’ans move to the beat of the music and battle it out to the dance floor, a Dance Showdown contest will be held at ICI Annex 3 HRMLEC1 from 1:30 pm to 5:00 pm.

With these competitions, celebrating ICT Week in ICI is more fun and more exciting.

ICI Marketing Team Conducted School Campaign at Iligan City National High School

March is nearing once again and a lot of high school students will soon graduate. With that, they will later on choose a school to spend their college days with. Iligan City is surrounded with many colleges offering quality education and Iligan Computer Institute (ICI) is one of them.

ICI-Iligan’s Marketing Team recently visited Iligan City National High School and conducted a school campaign last January 22, 2013. The campaign was headed by Marketing Officer Mr. Jerrum Suaring. He gave a speech about ICI’s premiere learning facilities, highly-competitive instructors of their chosen field and short courses. Along with Mr. Suaring were ICI Academic Head Mr. Jefferson Obial and the ICI HRM and Culinary Arts Instructors namely; Ms. Donna Key Destura, Ms. Analy Jumamil, Mr. Leo Dizon, Mr. Dexter Panen and Chef Roseller Fiel.

The instructors amazed the students by demonstrating their skills in cooking, fruit and vegetable carving, and flair bartending. A photo booth was also set up to entertain more students. They took pictures of themselves wearing wacky hats. There also a Q & A contest and raffle draws where the winners were given freebies and other cool stuff.

It was great day for the students of ICNHS. Not only were they entertained, the students also learned new things from ICI. The knowledge they have gained that day could well influence their decision on what course they will take which could lead them to a brighter future.

ICI Helping Hands for Victims of Typhoon Sendong

The faculty and staff of ICI together with other organizations took part during the XU Relief Operation held at Xavier University on December 19-20, 2011. The different organizations played a role in fulfilling one mission- to help the victims of Bagyong Sendong in alleviating their sufferings and loss.

The delegates helped in packing relief goods and distribute it using a dam truck, where the service went to the affected areas. Some representative of Ping went to Cosmopolitan and helped in interviewing some of the victims regarding their present situation for the documentation of cases.

The places in Cagayan de Oro which were not affected by the floods, also gives shelter to some families. Everyone donates money, food and used clothing in an hour. And another things to packed!

The two days spent in helping the victims proved to be valuable, despite of all the difficulties. Bagyong Sendong is said to be the world’s deadliest typhoon this year ever!

Apply Now and Be Employed – ICI Offers 2 Weeks Call Center Training and 2 Months Medical Transcription Training/Scholarship

These days, landing a job is even harder. Many fresh graduates face the problem of possible unemployment after graduation. Undergraduates who are in need of part time jobs also face this problem as most companies are usually looking for applicants who already have the necessary experience for the job. This can be a real problem for Filipinos particularly Iliganons.

To aid in lowering the unemployment rate here in Iligan City and to help individuals who are in need of work, ICI with the active participation of TESDA offers 2 Weeks Call Center Training and 2 Months Medical Transcription/Scholarship. Anyone can apply for these trainings as long as they have the following admission requirements:

  • Completed at least 1 year in college
  • Possesses good communication skills

Trainings are conducted every night from 6-9 PM. If you’re interested to apply for one of the offered trainings, you can visit ICI’s Business Center located at the ground floor of Diocesan Centrum Bldg. Lluch Street, Iligan City or you can contact Marketing Officer, Mr. Jerrum Suaring (cell #: 09177609682). A 100% employment-assistance is offered to qualified candidates.

Limited slots are offered; 300 students for Call Center Training and 75 students for Medical Transcription Training/Scholarship. Make up your mind now and head on to ICI to have yourself interviewed. Who knows, this might just be the break you’ve always been waiting for.