Posted on: Monday September 09, 2019

GMV Community College in Tinambac officially opens
“Education is a top priority as usual for Governor Migz Villafuerte,” the governor said as he shares his vision to continuously provide free and quality education to the youth of Camarines Sur for his third term in office.

Under his administration, five Governor Mariano Villafuerte Community Colleges (GMVCC), with over 2,600 enrolled students, were established and operationalized in the municipalities of Garchitorena, Siruma, Libmanan, Baao, and Tinambac.

On August 12, 2019, GMVCC Tinambac, located in Barangay Sta. Cruz, has officially opened, catering to over 170 enrolled students. Two courses are being offered as of press time, namely, Bachelor of Science in Information Systems and Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship. With this, the youth is given equal opportunity to access free education.

GMVCC Tinambac was already recognized by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) as a Higher Education Institution (HEI). Apart from this, the college has competent and highly trained teachers and school officials.

All GMVCC campuses are tuition-free, and students are given financial assistance. There are also complete facilities and updated learning materials in the colleges, enabling the students to be more competitive and skilled in their endeavors. Career assistance placement for college graduates is also provided.

GMVCC is a flagship educational and youth development program of the Provincial Government of Camarines Sur. This program aims to provide long term solution in combating poverty by giving educational opportunity to out-of-school youth in the remote areas of the province.

The provincial government has always been committed in pursuing educational programs for the youth in order for them to become productive and efficient members of the community.

Written By: Annalyn Gallego

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