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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

Attitude Revisited 2017

Attitude Revisited 2017

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Center for Guidance and Counseling
AY 2017 – 2018

Title of the Seminar : Attitude Revisited

Objective of the Seminar : The seminar aims to help college students reevaluate themselves and refresh their minds on the right attitudes towards a successful college life despite all the hindrances like cyber addiction, drugs, alcohol and unmitigated romantic relationships.

Participants : College students

Speaker/s  : Ms. Diana Marie Pablo, Communication Officer, GuidanceNGO

Date and Time Conducted  : September 19, 2017 @ 10:00 AM

Venue of the Seminar : AVR, 3rd Floor HS Bldg.

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Blood Donation: Sagip Buhay Held in NCBA Cubao

Blood Donation: Sagip Buhay Held in NCBA Cubao

The Community Outreach Program and Office of Students Affairs in partnership with Dr. Jose Rodriguez Memorial Hospital in Tala, Caloocan conducted a blood-letting activity last July 25, 2017 at the Tea Room of the National College of Business and Arts – Cubao campus. NCBA Employees, Faculty, College and Senior High School students volunteered to donate blood.

In order to donate blood, the following criteria must be passed:

  • Between 16-65 years old
  • At least 115 pounds
  • Blood pressure is 100-130 mmHg for systolic and 60-80 mmHg for diastolic
  • Did not consume any alcoholic beverage, antibiotics or maintenance medication for the past 48 hours prior to blood screening.

The activity was spearheaded by Ms. Mariflor Uber, the Assistant Vice President for Marketing and Linkages, Ms. Catherine Calamlam, Director of COP, Ms. Zenaida Miranda, Officer of Students Affairs and the officers of the student-organizations.

Thank you to all those who donated.  Let’s save lives!

Leadership and Journalism Seminar

Leadership and Journalism Seminar

To train the students to become good and effective leaders and to educate the proper way of writing their campus paper are the reasons why the Office of Students Affairs conducted the Leadership and Journalism Seminar last July 8, 2017. The participants were the newly-elected officers of the different recognized student-organizations. The Junior Public Institute of Accountants (JPIA), Bachelor of Arts and Education Society (ABSS), Hotel and Restaurant Management Society (HRMS), Junior Financial Executives (JMA), Human Resource Development Association (HRDMA), Junior Marketing Association (JMA), Information System Society (ISSOC) Kalinangan Ensemble, ROTARACT-CUBAO and The New Frontier Staff were among those who attended.

The lecturers were alumni from the National College of Business and Arts Fairview campus, Ms. Katrina Senosin, BSEd English major, Magna Cum Laude, Batch 2010 and Albert Martinez, BSEd English major, Batch 2012, former President of Society of Empowered Education Students (SEEdS). The students were given a lecture and workshop during the seminar to enhance their skills.


2017 Service Awards

2017 Service Awards

This year’s annual Service Awards celebration was a special one.  With the school celebrating its 50th Founding Anniversary, NCBA held their Service Awards ceremony at the Eastwood Richmonde Hotel on February 17, 2017. President Pasion gave a heartwarming message thanking the awardees for their dedication and years of service.

Years of service ranged from 10, 15, even 40 years!  One of the founders and former Presidents, Atty. Jose R. Torres shared a surprise video message for the awardees; reminiscing how he and the other founders worked to get the school started and how it’s come a long way.  

The stars of the event were the awardees; plaques, anniversary watches and framed NCBA 50th Anniversary Commemorative Postage stamps were given as gifts. The NCBA family will be forever grateful for the years of dedication and service these individuals have given!