February 5: Sir Jojo interprets a video presentation of Lamoiyan Corporation.
February 5: Students pose together with Hapee Toothpaste mascot.
February 5: Students in front of Lamoiyan Corporation plant.
February 24: Students relax inside Nestle Ice Cream House while awaiting for plant tour.
February 24: Students pose behind the Nestle tarpaulin.
February 27: Students board the chartered bus for a whole day tour.
February 27: Students pose behind huge Gardenia tasty bread.
February 27: Gardenia Food Corporation facade
February 27: Tour guides and managers of Panasonic Philippines pose together with MCCID Students.
March 12: Sir Jojo interprets while Neil Narra of GMA Network corporation explains about their company.
March 12: Students pose behind the GMA Network Center statue and 17-storey building.
March 12: Students together with Arnel Ignacio, host of DZBB AM Radio program.
March 12: GMA logo at the main lobby
March 12: Students circle around the former Presidential Staff Table in Malacanang Palace.
March 12: Huge antique wooden wall sculpture
March 12: Mermaid statue at lobby
March 12: The former Main Dining Hall of the palace is now used as museum of various memorabilias of past Philippine presidents.
March 12: Sir Jojo with Emae and Patricia at the former table of President Marcos where he declared Martial Law in 1971.
March 12: Students pose outside the main garden of Malacanang Museum.
As part of their Office Visit subject, the 3rd year graduating class is required to tour different factories and offices that are related to information technology and those that employ deaf people.
This school year, they were able to visit seven companies. Among them are Lamoiyan Corporation, Nestle Philippines, Gardenia Food Corporation, Lucky Me Factory, Panasonic Philippines Inc., GMA Network Center and Malacanang Palace. Five of MCCID alumni work at Lamoiyan, makers of Hapee toothpaste while Emilie Padullon has been with Malacanang Palace since 1998.
“Office Visits” is one of the important subjects in students’ curriculum. Its main objective is for them to experience first-hand how a particular company operates and what work environment surrounds a deaf person. Aside from that, they may have an opportunity to be accepted by those companies that they visited.