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CCS Professors are now Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certified!

CCS Professors are now Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certified!

Jay A. Rivera, MIS, and Jade A. Espinar – both faculty members of the College of Computer Studies, passed the Microsoft Office Specialist Certification Exam on July 12, 2021.

They received a final rating of 868 and 943 respectively, out of a total score of 1000.

The examination was administered by Innovative Training (IT) Works, Inc. through Certiport – an authorized testing center officially endorsed by Microsoft, and was sponsored by Philippine Society of Information Technology Educators (PSITE) Region V.

Passers of MOS certification exam demonstrate proficiency in Microsoft technologies and business tools.

This award is reserved for those individuals who have significantly influenced the African American community with entrepreneurial acumen and success. His contributions will be chronicled among the great personalities who have impacted the national and global industries of the past and present.

The Lewis College is truly honored to bear the name of the legend, Mr. Reginald F. Lewis.

#keepgoingnomatterwhat#Lewisyan#ExperienceTLC

The Lewis College won 1st Place in the overall ranking of 2021 Ateneo Programming Challenge (APC).

TLC participants were Clark Neilsen T. Diza (BSIT-3), Jay-pee P. Alamer (BSIT-3), Joey Lorraine N. Apdal (BSIT-3), Joven Mark F. Guerrero (BSIT-3), Alfio E. Estrellado (BSIT-2), Jerico E. Hita (BSIT-2), and Jhoebert J. Huenda (BSIT-2).

APC is participated by Higher Educational Institutions in Region V, which includes Computer Communication Development Institute, Bicol University, Camarines Norte State College, Ateneo De Naga University, and Xavier University. The Philippine Science High School-Bicol Campus also joined in the High School category. The competition was held on May 30, 2021, via Hackerrank, an online coding challenge platform.

With this championship, The Lewis College is now a 6-time regional champion in Computer Programming.

On May 18, 2021, CHED UNIFAST REGION 5 invited Ms. Mutya A. Aycocho, TLC Tertiary Education Subsidy (TES) Focal Person, to share the school’s unrivaled approach in the program delivery.

Way to go, The Lewis College!

The Lewis College- Preschool & Elementary Department would like to extend our warmest appreciation to our endeared students and parents who genuinely participated in our March: “Month-long Sci-Math Celebration” this school year 2020-2021.

Congratulations winners and participants! We are looking forward to seeing more of you in the upcoming school year.

Here are some of the highlights of the event.

The Lewis College, BED – Elementary Level would like to extend our appreciation and gratitude to our guest speakers Sir SFO3 Wilfredo S. Decano and Ma’am FO1 Christine Paula M. Quiñones.

Thank you for sharing your knowledge and expertise with us. We are looking forward to seeing more of this event in the coming years.

Indeed, “Sa pag-iwas sa sunog, di tayo nag-iisa!”

Here are some of the highlights of the event.

The Lewis College- Preschool & Elementary Department would like to extend our warmest appreciation to our endeared students and parents who genuinely participated in our February: “National Arts Month” celebration this school year 2020-2021.

See you again at our March Events.

The National Service Training Program (NSTP) class of The Lewis College organized “Give a Gift to the Elderly” last December 28, 2020 at Home for the Aged, San Juan Roro, Sorsogon City.

NSTP students donated essential goods to the elderly as part of their community involvement project. Present in the activity are Home for the Aged Representative Lanielle B. Fabia, NSTP students Ibn Zaid Imlani and Carmela Diata, and NSTP Coordinator Elvira B. Brucelo.

The NSTP class extends its appreciation to TLC Administration and to everyone who participated and supported “Give a Gift to the Elderly.”

Today, we remember the indomitable spirit of our founder, Reginald F. Lewis, who encouraged us to “Keep Going, no matter what.”

Congratulations, Lewisians, for embodying this attitude as you battled COVID-19 when you followed health protocols, embarked on the virtual classes, submitted modules, and pushed forward to achieve your learning goals this year 2020! Keep going!