Mission/Vision

MCCID College is conceptualized on the belief that every deaf individual is capable of doing jobs that hearing people do and that his handicap is not a hindrance to attain what is required in working at any type of environment.

The principal aim of MCCID is to assist the hearing impaired in getting a better chance to compete in employment, education and other opportunities like every other citizen.

A society that respects the rights of every citizen makes a world a better place to live in.

We have a lot of things to teach the deaf about sentence structure, proper ethics and speech control. But they have much to teach us about patience, integrity, loyally and good life.

At MCCID, we foresee a future wherein the deaf can co-exist with the hearing without any discrimination nor communication barrier.

The school aims to DELIVER AN EDUCATIONAL TRAINING PROGRAM THAT IS TRULY RESPONSIVE TO THE NEEDS OF A GREATER NUMBER OF PEOPLE, BASED ON CHRISTIAN SOCIAL VALUES AND WORK ETHICS.

The principal aim of MCCID is:

– to assist the deaf in getting a better chance to compete for employment, education and other opportunities like every other citizen.

Its specific objectives are:

  • to establish and operate an educational institution for the deaf which shall provide courses of study in private, technical and post-secondary non-degree and degree education focusing on information and communications technology, business management, livelihood and entrepreneurship programs subject to the laws of the Philippines,
  • to uphold Christian beliefs and values of work, social interaction, self-reliance and personality development;
  • to conduct seminars, symposiums and workshops with regards to their training and work by experts and resource speakers;
  • to receive tuition and miscellaneous fees, accept donations, endowments, grants, legacies and instruments/devices conformably with existing applicable statutes;
  • to provide assistance, financial or otherwise, to trainees;
  • to develop and publish relevant and appropriate curriculum and instructional materials for the deaf, workers for the deaf and other persons with disabilities;
  • to assist in the development of standard sign language especially in information and communications technology terms;
  • to provide skills training and assessment in sign language and interpreting;
  • to help in the dissemination of information about deafness, deaf people and their culture

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