Yolanda’ scholars graduate and face bright future


Photo Caption: With the graduates. From right, PGA Cars chair Robert Coyiuto Jr., Ambassador Kricke, Porsche AG manager Torsten Klavs, Don Bosco Technical Institute technical director Fr. Jose Dindo Vitug, SDB, Rev. Fr. Msngr. Ramon Aguillos, and PTRCA manager Katrin Schulz.

Porsche Training and Recruitment Center Asia (PTRCA) with its partnership with Don Bosco Technical Institute Makati has been turning underprivileged Filipino youths into highly skilled “mechatronics,” or elite technical specialists for Porsche vehicles. Selected Yolanda survivors were given the means to help themselves and their families.

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A World Class Tuloy Kid Chef On The Rise

A very inspiring story of James and his brother who become an orphan at their young age when their parents died. To sustain their everyday needs, they enter different jobs to support themselves such as being a bakery employee until James was assigned in the production department of the bakery.

“Tuloy sa Don Bosco Foundation" calls the one who’s taking care of James in the bakery. At first, James and his brother don’t want to be under the custody of the foundation and find it difficult to live in Tuloy. In the foundation, they were disciplined by having a morning exercise, prayer, study period, and different household chores assigned to everyone of an orphan kid in the Foundation. Fr. Marciano “Rocky” Evangelista, President and Founder, Tuloy Foundation have seen a potential though James’ cooking. Fr. Rocky said that the students have participated the chefs on parade, a contest for the students in cooking. James excels on that contest and won the prize, he was also one of those who was selected to get a 2 to 3 months’ scholarship with the Alain Ducasse’ method of teaching connected to the Enderun colleges.

After James’ 3 months training, he becomes an intern in some hotels until he becomes a chef of a famous hotel in Dubai. Due to his determination and dedication in work, James has been given an employee of the month award.

James starts at the pastries but his chef brought him to the different kitchens such as cold and hot kitchen, where he serves hot dishes. He also said that his family is his inspiration to work hard and also he wanted to meet the expectations of those help him to reach his dream.

The Tuloy sa Don Bosco Foundation is proud of you James Diño!


Volkswagen Partnership with Don Bosco Tondo and Makati

Volkswagen Philippines, the authorized distributor of Volkswagen vehicles, recently presented the certificates of completion to eight underprivileged privileged yet deserving students of Don Bosco Technical and Vocational Education and Training Center (TVET) Tondo and Don Bosco Technological Institute Makati.

The course consists of eight weeks of theoretical and practical training, and 900 hours of on-the-job exercises, the students graduated from the Volkswagen Technician Apprenticeship Program (TAP).

Read more at http://www.mb.com.ph/bright-futures-for-auto-techn...

ROBERT Coyiuto Jr.: Providing training and employment opportunities for young, underprivileged Filipinos is our way of making a meaningful contribution to the community.

Porsche Philippine importer/dealer PGA Cars Inc. and the Don Bosco Technical Institute in Makati, the door to the magical world of Porsche has been opened for underprivileged but deserving Filipino youth.

Read more: http://business.inquirer.net/78060/everybody-wins-with-the-porsche-training-center#ixzz3xeLf1gif

New Don Bosco - GROHE Dual Tech Training Facility opens in the Philippines


Father Gaudencio Carandang,Jr. (Rector/TVET Director, Don Bosco) Michael Mager (Executive Board, Grohe AG), Alpha Ang (General Manager, LWT/Grohe Philippines), Thomas Ossowski (German Ambassador to the Philippines), Father Anthony Paul Bicomong, Provincial Superior - Don Bosco

As a company a global workforce of around 6,000 people, Grohe has relied on its brand values of technology, quality, design, and sustainability. Since 2009, they have cooperated with Don Bosco Mondo e.V. with a view to helping young people better their lives. To date some 780 young people in Mumbai, India, have been given the opportunity to start a new life as a result of this collaboration.

And now, this opportunity has reached Philippine shores through the successful GROHE Dual Tech aid project and training facility which has recently launched in Manila-Tondo, Philippines, last October 24, 2015!


Capital One opens learning facility for Tuloy sa Don Bosco School


(Manila, Philippines) Capital One Philippines Support Service Corp. (COPSSC), the global business process services arm of US-based Capital One Financial Corp., recently opened the doors of its learning facility in Tuloy sa Don Bosco School in Alabang, Muntinlupa. The facility will allow Tuloy to implement a “Call Center Readiness Program” a 13-month contact center training program designed by COPSSC to teach students key competencies required for entry-level positions in BPO and other service industries. [read more]

Inspiring and Empowering Students of St. John Bosco Parish

Conducted by Chevrolet Philippines and Caltex Havoline

Last December 8, 2016, CHEVRON Philippines and Caltex Havoline recently conducted one of their community initiatives along with ONE Championship mixed martial arts (MMA) athletes.

The objective of this activity is to inspire and empower the students through physical fitness activities and enable them to face life’s toughest challenges through endurance and genuine strength.

Read more: http://www.businessmirror.com.ph/encouraging-the-youths-to-fight-for-their-dreams/


DBTI-Makati Holds Gift Giving in Calauan

26 December 2016, Don Bosco Technical Institue-Makati--For its 7th consecutive year now, Don Bosco Technical Institute-Makati had its gift giving in Don Bosco Calauan. This was held last 17 December.

Composed of Lay Mission Partners, students from the Junior and Senior High School, Salesians and Alumni joined the Calauan trip.

The aim is to share our blessings and to spread the spirit of Christmas to the poor kids and families of Don Bosco Calauan.

The recipients were 140 kids in the tutorial program and 180 families.

Some raffle prizes given for both the families and kids were handed on by the alumni.

Don Bosco Calauan, deemed a new frontier in the mission of the FIN Province, serves around 8,000 urban poor families affected by a typhoon some six years ago.

Here's a video montage filmed and edited by Lorenzo De Castro, a grade 9 student of DBTI.