NCBA Initiates Job Fair

NCBA Initiates Job Fair

One of the objectives of the Placement office is to provide graduating students a chance to meet potential employers. The Job Fair also gives job seekers the opportunity to learn more about potential employers and the opportunities available. The focus is on sharing information between organizations and job seekers. Right after the Founding Anniversary of National College of Business and Arts, the Placement Office conducted Job Fairs in its 3 branches, February 26th for Fairview, February 27th for Cubao and February 28th, 2019 for the Taytay branch.

Companies like Star Drug, TGP Company, Cloversoft, China Bank, SM Supermarket, Commission on Audit, Empire East Holding, and Sta. Lucia Realty among others were present to interview potential applicants. Graduating students from the three branches submitted their resumes in order to jumpstart job hunting. The whole-day affair ended with a smile on the face of the students for some were given positive remarks.

NCBA Celebrates its 2nd year into its Golden Era

NCBA Celebrates its 2nd year into its Golden Era

By: Stephen James C. Cachuela

On the 14th day of February, the entirety of the National College of Business and Arts rejoiced as it welcomes its 52 years in the Educational Industry. Filled with cheers, love, and unity, the students, teachers, and the staff all enjoyed the festivities that were prepared for the Founding Anniversary. The College first commemorated and honored the life of the Founders of NCBA through a celebration of the Holy Eucharist headed by our own campus ministry. Having withstood 52 golden years, the people who run NCBA never fails to exemplify passion, integrity, and perseverance in attaining its goals and objectives.

The founding anniversary was next greeted by the 3rd Season of the Institution’s Inaugural event that happened first in its 50th Founding Anniversary celebration which features talent from all across the borders of NCBA entitled: NCBA’s Got Talent. The students were given the chance to showcase their talent in front of a wide audience composed of students, teachers, and staff. At the end of the ordeal, the Basic Education Department won the championship for the 3rd time. This day also featured the College Students selling their own products for their Entrepreneurship subject, and the different booths prepared by the various interest clubs in the Basic Education Department

On the 2nd day of the 3 – day celebration, the 3 main academic departments each had their own seminar and quiz bees while the Basic Ed Department, together with the presence of the Chief Academic Officer Dr. Cirila L. Eden, indulged in the amazing performances of the Elementary and High School Students as they conducted their own singing contest, and Dance Revolution. The rest of the day continued with everyone enjoying the activities, booths, and food stalls. Rest assured that everyone went home filled with good memories, satisfied appetites, and with smiles reaching the far ends of their faces.

The last day of the 52nd Founding anniversary celebration featured the Mass Field Demonstration by the Basic Ed and College Departments portraying their own perspective and interpretation of the famous local superheroes like Captain Barbel, Fantastik Man, and Darna. The last event was attended by the Vice President for Administration Ms. Gina M. Mijares, the Human Resources Director Mrs. Ester P. David, the Assistant Vice President for Marketing Ms. Mariflor M. Uber, and the Chief Academic Officer Dr. Cirila L. Eden.

Now that the 52nd Founding Anniversary Celebration of our beloved Institution has now come to an end, it is safe to say that the combined efforts of the Basic Education and College Departments, together with the Non-teaching staff proved that any school, college, or university can amazingly pull-off a 3-day event through centralization, unification, and proper supervision.

What made the Founding Anniversary even more special are the students themselves. Their patience, understanding, trust, and cooperation resulted in a successful execution of the most important event in NCBA’s Calendar.

The following Presidents were given recognition for leading the students with utmost responsibility and humility;

Ma. Michaella M. Amante – Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants NCBA Cubao President

Brhea N. Morga – Junior Financial Executives President

Geriza G. Cordero – Junior Marketing Association President

Danielle Lois Caballero – Hospitality Management Society President

Bernard Reuta – Liberal Arts Students President

Elaiza Lauren F. Lado – High School Assembly President

The Principal Mrs. Veronica F. Caro, and the Director of Student Affairs Mrs. Zenaida T. Miranda are also given a huge sense of gratitude for their outstanding leadership as we celebrated the 52nd Founding Anniversary.

The only regret is that the students were too busy helping organize most of the events that they forgot to take pictures. Good thing we have a Digital Media Club to keep us up to speed.

We hope that our next Founding Anniversary be filled with more smiles, laughter, love, and cheers.

It has been a very tiring 2 months of preparation and execution, but it was all worth it.

NCBA Celebrates its 51st Anniversary

NCBA Celebrates its 51st Anniversary

The theme “Empowering Future Generations Through Global Education” ties in perfectly with the pledge created by the Founders over 50 years ago. This goal applied in the past but also applies in the future. Times are changing but the main foundation of education still remains.

Our Cubao, Taytay and Fairview campus celebrated this anniversary starting with a Thanksgiving Mass followed by the popular Field Demonstration, where students compete in a dance competition to showcase their talents outside the classroom. Events throughout the week focused on the many talents of our students, faculty and staff as well as brought family and friends to our campuses to get a glimpse of the school spirit of NCBA. Local bands Itchyworms and Soapdish also performed during the final day of celebration. 

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51st Founding Anniversary Schedules

51st Founding Anniversary Schedules

SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES

 February 13, 2018

8am – 9am THANKSGIVING MASS Chapel

9am – 12nn FIELD DEMONSTRATION Quadrangle

9am – 12nn JR. ENTREPRENEUR Lobby  BA

11am – 12nn BRUNCH Tea Room

1pm – onwards NCBA GOT TALENT College Auditorium

February 14, 2018

8am – 10am DANCE REVOLUTION Quadrangle

9am – 10am BATTLE OF THE BRAINS Speech Laboratory

10am – 12nn CLUB FUN DAY Quadrangle

1pm – onwards HIP HOP / MUSIC / DANCE CONTEST Quadrangle

February 15, 2018

7:30am – onwards SEMINAR ( COLLEGE BA/LA/ACA) Auditorium

7:30am – onwards CLIMATE CHANGE / ASTRONOMY Quadrangle

10am – onwards 2018 SERVICE AWARD Tea Room

February 13, 2018

7:30am MOTORCADE Off-Campus

9am – 10am THANKSGIVING MASS Gym

10am – 11am DRUM AND LYRE Gym

11am – 12nn BRUNCH Function Hall

FOOD EXHIBIT HRM Building

12nn – 4pm SEMINAR: THE NEXT BIG THING : EMPLOYMENT & DEVELOPING MINDS CAREER PATH AND MENTORING Mini Theater

12nn – 4pm FIELD DEMONSTRATION Gym

12nn – 9pm TALENT SHOW Gym

February 14, 2018

8am – 12nn LITERARY, MUSICAL AND DANCE CONTEST (ELEMENTARY) Gym

9am – 12nn SEMINAR: ANGULAR JS FOR BUILDING WEB-APPS 3rd Floor Computer Laboratory

9am – onwards QUIZ BEE – DS PASION CUP 2018 AVR

SEMINAR: PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT AND BASIC KNIFE SKILLS HRM Function Hall Cubao

SEMINAR: STRATEGIES / TECHNIQUES IN EDUCATING MILLENIALS Cubao

1pm – 5pm LITERARY, MUSICAL AND DANCE CONTEST (JHS & SHS) Gym

February 15, 2018

8am – onwards PLANETARIUM Gym

MINI OLYMPICS / PALARONG PINOY School Ground

 

 February 12, 2018

7:30am – 8:30am THANKSGIVING MASS Gymnasium

9am – 12nn FIELD DEMONSTRATION Quadrangle

12nn – 1pm BRUNCH TBA

1pm – 3pm ACADEMIC WEEK PART 1 Gymnasium

1pm – onwards MOTORCADE Off-Campus

3pm – 6pm BATTLE OF THE BANDS TBA

Open Time FACILITATING THE BOOTHS (JHS/SHS) Quadrangle

BOOK FAIR / FACILITATING THE BOOTHS (GS) Gate 3 / Quadrangle

February 13, 2018

8am – 3pm COLLEGE WEEK PART 2 AVR

8am – 5pm LA STAGE PLAY Integ. Room

1pm – 5pm SPORTSFEST (STUDENT/FACULTY AVR

 5pm – ONWARDS BA AQUAINTANCE PARTY Gymnasium

Open Time FACILITATING THE BOOTHS (JHS/SHS) Quadrangle

BOOK FAIR / FACILITATING THE BOOTHS (GS) Gate 3 / Quadrangle

 February 14, 2018

8am – 11am JHS & SHS ASSEMBLY ELECTION Classroom

8am – 12am I.S. SEMINAR Computer Laboratory

9am – 11am COOKFEST HRM Kitchen

9am – 12nn FAMILY DAY Off-Campus

1pm – 5pm B.A. SEMINAR Classroom

5pm – onwards JPIA NIGHT Gymnasium

Open Time FACILITATING THE BOOTHS (JHS/SHS) Quadrangle

BOOK FAIR / FACILITATING THE BOOTHS (GS) Gate 3 / Quadrangle

February 15, 2018

8am – 12nn QUIZ BEE (JHS) Library

8am – onwards SPORTSFEST (TEACHING & NON-TEACHING) Gymnasium

1pm – 2pm ACROBATIC SHOW Quadrangle

1pm – 3pm GLEE CLUB MINI CONCERT TBA

1pm – 5pm B.A. SEMINAR Integ. Room

 I.S. SEMINAR Computerm Laboratory

 6pm – onwards ITCHYWORMS (LIVE IN CONCERT) Quadrangle

Open Time FACILITATING THE BOOTHS (JHS/SHS) Quadrangle

BOOK FAIR / FACILITATING THE BOOTHS (GS) Gate 3 / Quadrangle

 

Fairview Campus

FAIRVIEW CAMPUS

 

February 12, 2018

7:30am – 8:30am
THANKSGIVING MASS
Gymnasium

9am – 12nn
FIELD DEMONSTRATION
Quadrangle

12nn – 1pm
BRUNCH
TBA

1pm – 3pm
ACADEMIC WEEK PART 1
Gymnasium

1pm – onwards
MOTORCADE
Off-Campus

3pm – 6pm
BATTLE OF THE BANDS
TBA

Open Time
FACILITATING THE BOOTHS (JHS/SHS)
Quadrangle

BOOK FAIR / FACILITATING THE BOOTHS (GS)
Gate 3 / Quadrangle

February 13, 2018

8am – 3pm
COLLEGE WEEK PART 2
AVR

8am – 5pm
LA STAGE PLAY
Integ. Room

1pm – 5pm
SPORTSFEST (STUDENT/FACULTY
AVR

 5pm – ONWARDS
BA AQUAINTANCE PARTY
Gymnasium

Open Time
FACILITATING THE BOOTHS (JHS/SHS)
Quadrangle

BOOK FAIR / FACILITATING THE BOOTHS (GS)
Gate 3 / Quadrangle

 February 14, 2018

8am – 11am
JHS & SHS ASSEMBLY ELECTION
Classroom

8am – 12am
I.S. SEMINAR
Computer Laboratory

9am – 11am
COOKFEST
HRM Kitchen

9am – 12nn
FAMILY DAY
Off-Campus

1pm – 5pm
B.A. SEMINAR
Classroom

5pm – onwards
JPIA NIGHT
Gymnasium

Open Time
FACILITATING THE BOOTHS (JHS/SHS)
Quadrangle

BOOK FAIR / FACILITATING THE BOOTHS (GS)
Gate 3 / Quadrangle

February 15, 2018

8am – 12nn
QUIZ BEE (JHS)
Library

8am – onwards
SPORTSFEST (TEACHING & NON-TEACHING)
Gymnasium

1pm – 2pm
ACROBATIC SHOW
Quadrangle

1pm – 3pm
GLEE CLUB MINI CONCERT
TBA

1pm – 5pm
B.A. SEMINAR
Integ. Room

 I.S. SEMINAR
Computerm Laboratory

Open Time
FACILITATING THE BOOTHS (JHS/SHS)
Quadrangle

BOOK FAIR / FACILITATING THE BOOTHS (GS)
Gate 3 / Quadrangle

 6pm – onwards
ITCHYWORMS (LIVE IN CONCERT)
Quadrangle

Cubao Campus

CUBAO CAMPUS

February 13, 2018

8am – 9am
THANKSGIVING MASS
Chapel

9am – 12nn
FIELD DEMONSTRATION
Quadrangle

9am – 12nn
JR. ENTREPRENEUR
Lobby  BA

11am – 12nn
BRUNCH
Tea Room

1pm – onwards
NCBA GOT TALENT
College Auditorium

February 14, 2018

8am – 10am
DANCE REVOLUTION
Quadrangle

9am – 10am
BATTLE OF THE BRAINS
Speech Laboratory

10am – 12nn
CLUB FUN DAY
Quadrangle

1pm – onwards
HIP HOP / MUSIC / DANCE CONTEST
Quadrangle

February 15, 2018

7:30am – onwards
SEMINAR ( COLLEGE BA/LA/ACA)
Auditorium

7:30am – onwards
CLIMATE CHANGE / ASTRONOMY
Quadrangle

Taytay Campus

TAYTAY CAMPUS

 

February 13, 2018

7:30am
MOTORCADE
Off-Campus

9am – 10am
THANKSGIVING MASS
Gym

10am – 11am
DRUM AND LYRE
Gym

11am – 12nn
BRUNCH
Function Hall

FOOD EXHIBIT
HRM Building

12nn – 4pm
SEMINAR: THE NEXT BIG THING :
EMPLOYMENT & DEVELOPING MINDS CAREER PATH AND MENTORING
Mini Theater

12nn – 4pm
FIELD DEMONSTRATION
Gym

12nn – 9pm
TALENT SHOW
Gym

February 14, 2018

8am – 12nn
LITERARY, MUSICAL AND DANCE CONTEST (ELEMENTARY)
Gym

9am – 12nn
SEMINAR: ANGULAR JS FOR BUILDING WEB-APPS
3rd Floor Computer Laboratory

9am – onwards
QUIZ BEE – DS PASION CUP 2018
AVR

SEMINAR: PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT AND BASIC KNIFE SKILLS
HRM Function Hall Cubao

SEMINAR: STRATEGIES / TECHNIQUES IN EDUCATING MILLENIALS
Cubao

1pm – 5pm
LITERARY, MUSICAL AND DANCE CONTEST (JHS & SHS)
Gym

February 15, 2018

8am – onwards
PLANETARIUM
Gym

MINI OLYMPICS / PALARONG PINOY
School Ground

5:00pm – onwards
SOAPDISH Live in concert
Gym

A Tribute to our Teachers

A Tribute to our Teachers

Yearly, we celebrate Teacher’s day to give and express our highest gratitude to our beloved living heroes, our TEACHERS. By having this celebration, we give honor to our teachers who  selflessly give their  knowledge and power to educate and nurture one’s intellectuality academically and morally. Teachers are important role models of every student and how they influence students are really impressive. They are the prime motivators outside home. They serve as our second parents and they send us to a dimension where teaching and learning is the key to shape our bright future.

Teacher’s day gives our mentors a time to let them feel how they are being loved not just by the students but also the management of the school. It is for this reason that the National College of Business and Arts-Cubao celebrated this special day with a lot of surprises for the professors. The different student-organizations prepared surprise numbers. The Assistant Vice President for Marketing and Linkages, gave an inspirational message together with the Chief Academic Officer and our Executive Dean. Gifts, cash and snacks were also provided by the school. To all our faculty members, “Happy Teachers’ Day”.

by: B.N.M.

COP in Collaboration with Business Administration Department sponsors  Entreptrend

COP in Collaboration with Business Administration Department sponsors Entreptrend

The Community Outreach Program headed by our Community Outreach Coordinator and Business Administration Department  sponsored  a seminar entitled “Negosyo Training  or “Entreptrend” at the National College of Business and Arts, Cubao campus. This  was held last September 14, 2017 at the Tea Room Building. The training was intended for Barangay Escopa III, the adopted barangay of NCBA-Cubao with  thirty (30) attendees.  The seminars tackled were Identifying Business Opportunities , Financing Small Businesses and Registration Processes for Businesses. The participants were given coin banks and certificates.

The speakers, organizers  and the participants from Barangay Escopa 3

The speakers, organizers and the BA students