GT FOUNDATION SCHOLARS EARN TMP TECH CERTIFICATION. Nine (9) GT Foundation scholars under its Scholarships for Technical-Vocation Education Program (STEP) were conferred formally with two-year certificate degree on general automotive servicing course by Toyota Motor Philippines School of Technology (TMP Tech). The ceremony was held during TMPTech’s 8th Commencement Exercises on May 30, 2019 at the TMP Tech campus in Sta. Rosa City, Laguna. They are (L-R) Mark Joseph Bombeza, Christian Nieles, Rodrigo Sorromeo, Jr., Rio Glenn Corbin, Shena Lyn Anoche, Jonathan Umandap, Joe Jerrie Benolirao, Arthur Ycay, and Franz Vincent Diana. Two (2) of them (Umandap and Sorromero, Jr.) received academic awards (2 of only 3 Bronze Medalists in the entire batch). Sorromero was also recognized the Best in Drive Train System certificate. They are joined by GTFI senior program officer Marla Angeli Dator (leftmost) and Toyota Motor Philippines Foundation assistant vice president and operations Manager and TMP Tech scholarship and corporate social responsibility (CSR) officer Ronald Gaspar (rightmost). In his keynote address, Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) Laguna Provincial Director Pascual Arriola told the graduates that completing their studies in technology-based education is something they should be proud of as it is an important driver in economic growth and development. To date, a total of 54 GT Foundation STEP scholars have earned TMP Tech certification and are now employed in the automotive industry.
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