0 Winners of Pasko sa CIT 2009

Below are the winners of PASKO SA CIT sponsored by the CIT-SSG for the celebration of the 2009 CIT Founder's Day participated by the College, High School and Elementary departments.

Daygon Contest
1st - College of Education
2nd - College of Engineering and Architecture
3rd - College of Nursing

Parol Making Contest
1st - College of Nursing
2nd - College of Education
3rd - College of Arts and Sciences

Christmas Music Video Contest
1st - College of Computer Studies
2nd - High School
3rd - College of Education

Komikal Skit Contest
1st - College of Education
2nd - College of Computer Studies
3rd - High School

Congratulations to all the winners!
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0 Southeast Asia's Largest Youth Movement for Personal Change

SEACHANGE is an ongoing movement connecting Southeast Asian Youths to projects, organizations, businesses, and leaders who can help them with the change they want to see!

The result?
A connected ecosystem for change involving 1 Million youths and the campaigns and organizations which matter.


How Does it Work?

Phase 1 ~ From now till November 16th, 2009
The focus in on our first initiative, the SEACHANGE Youth Report.

This gathers the voice of 1 million youths across Southeast Asia to answer 3 questions:
  1. What change do you want to see in your own personal life?
  2. What change do you want to see in your community and country?
  3. What ideas of campaigns or programmes would you support?
The result?
A first-of-its-kind youth initiated public report presented to every leader in business, government and media out there for them to know what change each segment of youth wants to see… and how to help them.

This report is also presented at the Youth Engagement Summit 2009 YES2009. YES2009 is giving youths who participate in the Youth Report up to 500 free trips to the Summit. Read about it here http://yes2009.asia
Help us reach 1 million youths to generate the report. Do the survey now on http://youthsays.com/seachange

Phase 2 ~ Ongoing change
Based on the youth report
  1. The 1 million youths who participated in the Youth Report will be connected via specific online forums based on the change they care about (personal and/or community)
  2. Organizations/ businesses / campaigns can engage in direct conversation via these forums, and promote relevant change campaigns to youths who care
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1 CIT-SSG Officers makes courtesy call on CIT Administration officials

Last October 22, 2009, selected CIT-SSG officers made a courtesy call to CIT President Gregorio Escario to discuss the concerns, grievances and suggestions of the Technologians.

In attendance were CIT-SSG President Billy Jee V. Belenson, CIT-SSG Vice President Bryan P. Merino, CIT-SSG Secretary General Kevin Ray N. Chua, CIT-SSG Treasurer General Jolo R. Abella, CIT-SSG Legislative House Speaker Lordwin M. Dejaño and CIT-SSG Grievances and Concerns Committee Head Hannah Kristin D. Gitgano.

In the proposals made by the CIT-SSG, the following items were discussed:
  1. Providing toiletry vending machines in female comfort rooms. The school will be doing a pilot-testing on two female comfort rooms in the S&T Building and in the New Academic Buidling.
  2. Roof renovation in the S&T Study area is now on the process.
  3. Deans, Department Chairs and Heads will be authorized to confiscate the school ID's of students sitting on steps.
  4. Attitude of some security guards, especially in the front gate, already reported by the CIT-SSG.
  5. Roof extension in the stairs of the Main Building is now on the works. Either a canopy or baffles.
  6. Upgrading of the computers in ST 105 will be prioritized. Mr. Leonardo Nabua, Accountant of CIT, has reported that the school has ordered 94 computers: 47 for the upgraded CAD computer lab and the other 47 for ST 105.
  7. Engr. Nicarter Teves, CIT Property Custodian, has also agreed to modernize the sliding boards of the Accounting classes in Rms. 301 and 305 in the Main Building.
  8. Comfort rooms inside the CIT Library will now be open to the students and not only to the librarians and NAS assigned inside the CIT Library.
  9. Improved ventilation for the CIT Gym is still on the process with Engr. Jonathan Reyes conducting the study. Possibility of additional electric fans in the CIT Gym is still being studied.
  10. RFID system will be implemented next year as the last batch of CIT students who have the old CIT ID will already be graduating. Students on the next school year will be swiping their RFID in order to enter the school.
  11. Covered walk in front of the CIT Library is on the process and so as the solution to the flood area in front of it.
  12. CIT website is now undergoing a renovation and will be launching a new image soon as it is being improved to meet the demands of the students.
  13. Concerns with regards to the rounding off of payments were ironed out. If your payment has been rounded off, the additional payment will be counted to your next payment. So, no more worries if your payment has been rounded off by the teller.
  14. Regular maintenance of the canal along the Civil Engineering to Mining Engineering departments has been noted.
  15. Computer simulated AC/DC machines will be provided to the Electrical Engineering department.
  16. Wildcat Radio will be operating from 12 NN to 2 PM regularly.
  17. All concerns regarding ceiling fans in all the classrooms will be address, especially Rms. 154, 157, 158, 200, 202, 407, 409, 411, and 413.
  18. Defective lockers in the Chemical Engineering department will be fixed, especially in Rms. 154 and 155.
  19. Intramurals t-shirt printing and distribution will be decentralized.
  20. 2 Digital Balance will be provided for the Chemical Engineering department.
  21. Computer Engineering department will be provided with their own bulletin board.
  22. Air-condition unit in the Instrumentation Lab for the Electrical Engineering department will be provided.
  23. Hopefully, if CIT will become a university, Mr. Escario has heeded to the call of the CIT Alumni to rename it into CIT University instead. But, if you have name suggestions, feel free to submit it to us for forwarding to Mr. Escario's office.

More resolutions on issues will be posted. Please keep in touch.
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0 BMPM Volunteers Registration moved to September 25

This is to inform everyone that the Boto Mo Ipatrol Mo Volunteers Registration that will be done in Cebu Institute of Technology supposedly today as blogged was moved to September 25, 2009 and still at the CIT Gymnasium.

This was done to coincide with the COMELEC Voters Registration in the campus.

Please be guided.
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0 BMPM and COMELEC Voters Registration in CIT this September 2009

As part of the CIT-SSG's commitment in involving the Technologians for social and political action, 2 big events will be held in our campus in anticipation for the upcoming 2010 elections.

UPDATED: There will be a Boto Mo, Ipatrol Mo Volunteers Registration this September 25, 2009 in the CIT Gymnasium. This undertaking is part of ABS-CBN's aim in involving the youth in issues that matter to them and we in the CIT-SSG are with them.

This September 25, 2009, also in the CIT Gymnasium, the COMELEC Cebu City will be having a voters' registration for Cebu City South District people. Below are the barangays covered in this voters' registration:
  • Babag
  • Basak-Pardo
  • Basak San Nicolas
  • Bonbon
  • Buhisan
  • Bulacao
  • Buot-Taup
  • Calamba
  • Cogon Pardo
  • Duljo-Fatima
  • Guadalupe
  • Inayawan
  • Kalunasan
  • Kinasang-an
  • Labangon
  • Mambaling
  • Pahina San Nicolas
  • Pamutan
  • Pasil
  • Poblacion Pardo
  • Pung-ol Sibugay
  • Punta Princesa
  • Quiot
  • San Nicolas Proper
  • Sapangdaku
  • Sawang Calero
  • Sinsin
  • Suba
  • Sudlon I
  • Sudlon II
  • Tabunan
  • Tagba-o
  • Tisa
  • Toong
Before you can vote, you need to register. Here’s a step by step guide to successfully registering as a voter for the upcoming elections:
  1. Bring any of the following valid identification cards:

    * employee’s ID,
    * postal ID,
    * Students ID,
    * Driver’s License,
    * NBI or PNP clearance,
    * Passport,
    * PRC license

    Have a photo copy of your ID ready to be submitted to the Comelec. IDs should have name, picture and address. If you are not yet 18 but will turn 18 before the election period, bring a birth certificate. Forms should be accomplished in triplicate.
  2. Head off to your local Election Officer (OEO) at your local city or municipal hall during regular office hours (read: Mondays to Fridays, from 8am to 5pm). Lately, the Comelec has opened their doors as well to Saturday registrations. It’s also good to watch out for mobile registrations in your barangay and schools.
  3. Before you are given a registration form, the election officer will verify if you have registered in the past.
  4. Once cleared, you will be given the CEF-1A (white form) to fill-up. You can also download your own copy from the Commission on Elections website.
  5. Fill up ‘Part 1’ and hand it to the election officer, presenting your valid ID while handing over the photocopy of your ID.
  6. You will be ushered to the data capturing or biometrics desk for your signature, thumb mark, and picture.
  7. You will be given an acknowledgement receipt. Keep this as proof that you have registered. You will be asked to come back for your voters’ ID.
* Based on COMELEC’s and YVote Philippines’s election registration guide. Registration for first-time voters will end on October 31, 2009.

For students who are already 18 and above and are not yet registered voters, please present only your STUDENT ID. For students who will be turning 18 before May 10, 2010, please bring your STUDENT ID and your BIRTH CERTIFICATE.

These events are in coordination with the Cebu Institute of Technology Administration, CIT-SSG, Commission on Elections and ABS-CBN.
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0 Empowering Technologians through UserVoice

Technologians can now be empowered online! Give to us your ideas on what to improve in CIT, complaints on some services, concerns on several issues and many more through our new feedback form.

Powered by UserVoice.Com, the CIT-SSG aims to expand its consultative reach in the internet by using this tool.

We have observed that more Technologians speak up online than offline, so we are tapping this service in order to know what's in their mind.

The more votes on your comment, suggestion or concern, the greater attention that we will be looking on to it. Our action on those will be posted here in the blog.

Visit http://citssg.uservoice.com now and be heard!
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0 Parliamentary Procedures and Resolution-Making Seminar with Michael Nicholas Malazarte

Last September 12, 2009, the CIT-SSG invited former CIT-SSG President Michael Nicholas Malazarte to be the resource speaker for the Parliamentary Procedures and Resolution-Making Seminar.

This seminar was aimed on the new officers to give them knowledge about parliamentary procedures, which is very applicable in the Legislative branch of the CIT-SSG to have an orderly session.

Malazarte, welcomed by CIT-SSG President Billy Jee V. Belenson and CIT-SSG Secretary General Kevin Ray N.Chua, talked about the basics of parliamentary procedures and its importance.

He discussed about the kinds of motions, constructing a motion, the nature of a resolution and other things. CIT-SSG officers also participated by answering Malazarte's question during his presentation.

On resolution-making, he recommended that the CIT-SSG officers follow the past administration's resolution form as it complies with the standards.

He also praised the CIT-SSG officers for their commitment to the CIT-SSG and stressed that being a CIT-SSG officer is not just for resumé but should be a genuine service to their constituents, the Technologians.
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0 Winners for the CIT-SSG Activities during the Colors Day

Below are the winners of the activities sponsored by the CIT-SSG for the celebration of CIT's 63rd Colors Day.

Technologian Pop Idol 2009
1st - Charmaine Poserio
2nd - Arian Rabago
3rd - Chesil Acab

Technologian Dance Idol 2009
1st - Converse (Kenneth Casero & Lorraina Tabotabo)
2nd - The Masks (Jan Allan Bucao & Michael Ostria)

Amazing Race 2009
1st - Keep Right
2nd - Dash Random
3rd - GBBT

General Information Quiz 2009
1st - College of Computer Studies
2nd - College of Engineering and Architecture
3rd - College of Commerce

Bonggang Picture Art Contest
1st - Society of CITAA Scholars
2nd - JR PiChE
3rd - English Circle

Lulinghayaw Inter-org Booth Festival
1st - JR PiChE
2nd - JPSME
3rd - Christian Fellowship
Most Lively - JR PiChE
Highest Sales - JPSME

Congratulations to all the winners!
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1 Bidlisiw, a new beginning, a new success!

The CIT-SSG would like to thank all the Technologians who watched and had fun during last night's "Bidlisiw - A New Beginning" Band Concert.

We really appreciated everyone who took time to attend the event and enjoy the night with the bands that we have prepared for the enjoyment of everyone.

In part of this, the CIT-SSG would like to ask for your comments, suggestions or reactions about last night's band concert so that we can assess it and have the next CIT-SSG an idea on what are the wants of the Technologians. We value these as it makes us more effective and efficient. Let us know! Share your thoughts here.

Thanks a lot!

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0 CIT-SSG Night Band Concert "Bidlisiw - A New Beginning"

Check out the Youtube video below to know about the CIT-SSG Night Band Concert dubbed this year as "Bidlisiw - A New Beginning":

Tickets are sold at Php 25.00 and are available in the CIT-SSG and to your nearest recognized school organizations.
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0 Finalists for Technologian Pop and Dance Idol 2009

The Committee on Public Relations has already released the list of finalists qualifying to join the Amazing Race 2009 after the preliminary and final auditions.

Below are the 12 finalists for the Technologian POP Idol:
  1. Acab, Chesil
  2. Cabarles, Mary Ann
  3. Calderon, John Mark
  4. Dueñas, Jonard
  5. Gabison, Adrian
  6. Garrucho, Jermaine
  7. Musngi, Eugene
  8. Pacaña, Nikki
  9. Poserio, Charmaine
  10. Rabago, Arian
  11. Rabago, Paul
  12. Yonson, Mark Jay
Below are the 4 pairs for the Technologian DANCE Idol:
  1. Cordova, Dino
  2. Del Corro, Stephen
  3. Armamento, Timwel
  4. Armamento, Brint Zerwel
  5. Ostria, Michael Joseph
  6. Bucao, Jan Allan
  7. Casero, Kenneth
  8. Tabotabo, Lorrainah
Please attend the briefing on August 20, 2009 (Thursday), 12 NN at the CIT-SSG Office. If that time and day conflicts with your class schedule, please do send any representative/s from your group. This is a very important meeting.

For more information, please do visit the CIT-SSG at the 2nd Floor of the CIT Main Building or call us at 418-5608.
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0 Finalists for Amazing Race 2009

The Committee on Grievances and Concerns has already released the list of finalists qualifying to join the Amazing Race 2009 after the auditions last August 14, 2009.

Below are the 6 finalists:
  1. D2BP
Please attend the meeting on August 24, 2009 (Monday), 1 PM at the CIT-SSG Office. If that time and day conflicts with your class schedule, please do send any representative/s from your group. This is a very important meeting.

For more information, please do visit the CIT-SSG at the 2nd Floor of the CIT Main Building or call us at 418-5608.
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0 CIT 63rd Colors Days Activities of the CIT-SSG

Below are the activities that the CIT-SSG will be handling for the CIT's 63rd Colors Days from August 25 to August 29, 2009:
  • "Lulinghayaw" Inter-org Booth Festival - August 25 - 29, 2009
    (8 AM - 5 PM) at the CIT Parking Lot
  • "Bidlisiw: A New Beginning" SSG Night Band Concert - August 25, 2009
    (5 PM - 9 PM) at the CIT Quadrangle
  • General Information Quiz Bowl - August 26, 2009
    (1 PM - 5 PM) at the CIT AVR
  • Technologian Pop and Dance Idol 2009 - August 26, 2009
    (5 PM - 9 PM) at the CIT Gymnasium
  • Amazing Race 2009 - August 27, 2009
    at the CIT Campus
  • Bonggang Picture Art Contest - August 26, 2009 (Contest Proper)
    (9 AM - 11 AM) at the Back Lobby of the CIT Library
    August 26 - 29, 2009: Exhibit of the Contest Entries
For more information, please do visit the CIT-SSG at the 2nd Floor of the CIT Main Building or call us at 418-5608.
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0 Join the Amazing Race 2009!

Hon. Hannah Kristin Gitgano, head of the Committee on Grievances and Concerns and together with her members, are spearheading the Amazing Race 2009 of the CIT-SSG for the 63rd Colors Day.

How to join?
  • Form a group composed of 4 members
  • Each member must be physically fit and willing to take any challenge that comes in their way.
  • Attend the screening on August 14, 2009 (Friday), 9:00 A.M. at the CIT-SSG Office.
  • Expect challenges for the screening.
Be sure to secure and application form at the CIT-SSG Office.

Prizes at stake are:
  • 1st Prize: Php 1000
  • 2nd Prize: Php 700
  • 3rd Prize: Php 500
  • Consolation Prize: Php 200
For more information, please do visit the CIT-SSG at the 2nd Floor of the CIT Main Building or call us at 418-5608.
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1 Qualifiers for the Final Screening of the Technologian Pop Idol 2009

The Committee on Public Relations, headed by Hon. Michael Vincente Paña, just released the list of the final qualifiers for the Technologian Pop Idol 2009.

Below are the final qualifiers:
  1. Acab, Chesil
  2. Alapag, Niño
  3. Bendebel, Grezel
  4. Cabarles, Mary Ann
  5. Calderon, John Mark
  6. Calooy, Jollybee
  7. Caparas, Anjelyn
  8. Dueñas, Jonard
  9. Gabison, Adrian
  10. Garrido, Jay Ann
  11. Garrucho, Jermaine
  12. Hernandez, Cyrine
  13. Madamba, Brigette
  14. Musngi, Eugene
  15. Obando, John Paul
  16. Pacaña, Nikki
  17. Poserio, Charmaine
  18. Rabago, Arian
  19. Rabago, Paul
  20. Serafin, Aubrey Patrice
  21. Yonson, Mark Jay
Final Screening will be at the Fine Arts Lab (Main Bldg. at Rm 403) on August 14, 2009 at EXACTLY 9:00 AM. Please don’t forget to bring with you your Minus 1 CD.
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0 Bonggang Picture Art Contest this August 26

A new activity for the 63rd Colors Day, the CIT-SSG, through Hon. Charisma Gicale of the Committee on Research and Documentation, will be holding for the first time the Bonggang Picture Art Contest.

Using the theme "Framed as one, capturing the spirit of teamwork and tenacity," the school organizations will be making a "bonggang" picture art to showcase their talent.

This contest was created in lieu of the Bulletin Board Display Contest because the bulletin boards all over CIT were redesigned by the respective student organizations for the PACUCOA visit.

Click here to read the Bonggang Picture Art Contest Mechanics.

For more information, please do visit the CIT-SSG at the 2nd Floor of the CIT Main Building or call us at 418-5608.
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0 General Information Quiz Bowl this August 26

Hon. Mel Cary Mula, Chairman of the Committee on Rules and Regulations and the event organizer of the General Information Quiz Bowl, already furnished a copy of the letter to all College Deans with regards to this event.

To those interested to join this contest, please do approach your respective College Deans in your College Office.

Click Here to read the GI Quiz Bowl Mechanics.

Click Here to read the GI Quiz Bowl Letter to the College Deans.

For more information, please do visit the CIT-SSG at the 2nd Floor of the CIT Main Building or call us at 418-5608.
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0 Technologian Pop and Dance Idol 2009 Auditions

Check out the Youtube video below for the schedules of the Technologian Pop and Dance Idol 2009 Auditions:

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0 Council of Leaders for 2009-2010

The Committee on Extra-Curricular Affairs, headed by Hon. Charlie Rivamonte, held an election among CIT's recognized organizations for the Council of Leaders (COL). The COL is the student organizations arm of the CIT-SSG.

It was created in order to have these recognized student organizations a voice in the CIT-SSG, similar to our Sangunniang Kabataan (SK) or the Association of Barangay Captains (ABC). The President of the COL will automatically be part of the CIT-SSG and become one of its members.

Below are the newly-elected officers of the COL:

President: Anton Gian Lopez Rodaje
Vice President: Pajero Pacina
Secretary: Ana Marie Yongco
Treasurer: Genry Oñate
Auditor: Ailyn Crujido
Mass Media Officers:
  • Niño Vincent Fiel
  • Faith Tan
Another note from President Billy Jee Belenson, who was also a former COL President before being elected as CIT-SSG President, is in the works of asking the Property Custodian to grant the COL their own office given their task.
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0 CIT-SSG is now on Youtube!

Hello everyone! The CIT-SSG is glad to announce the creation of our official Youtube Page.

Please visit http://www.youtube.com/user/citssg and subscribe to the latest videos of the CIT-SSG. This is part of our advocacy in reaching out to our constituents, the Technologians.

The page is still new and we will be updating it soon as we can upload our videos.
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0 CIT-SSG Law No. 0001

Below is the copy of the just-recently passed CIT-SSG Law No. 0001 for the appropriations of the upcoming activies for the 1st Semester:

Visit http://docs.google.com/View?id=dgd3bqtx_36fk68dhhq

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0 CIT-SSG lines up activities for the Color's Days

We in the CIT-SSG have already lined-up the school activities that we will be organizing during the 63rd Color's Days for all the Technologians.

The Executive Branch of the CIT-SSG will be spearheading the CIT-SSG Band Concert. Although, there will be a change of format for this year's event. Instead of several bands playing, the CIT-SSG is trying it best to make it possible to have 1 Popular Band that will do the show and a few local bands. But as of now, this still remains a plan.

The Inter-Org Booth Festival will be handled by the Committee on Extra-Curricular Activities headed by Hon. Charlie Rivamonte. It will be held at the CIT High School Parking Lot this August 25-29, 2009. The opening ceremonies will be held at 1 PM on the first day of the event. Although the event was supposedly open for both recognized and unrecognized organizations inside the campus, Student Affairs Office Head Elsa J. Miral advised the CIT-SSG to only allow the recognized organizations.

The Committee on Rules and Regulations headed by Hon. Mel Cary Mula will be tasked to organize the General Information Quiz at the CIT Auditorium this August 26, 2009 from 1-5 PM. The contestants will be coming from each college.

The Technologian Pop and Dance Idol 2009 will be held at the CIT Gymnasium this August 26, 2009 from 5-9 PM and is under the supervision of the Committee on Public Relations, headed by Hon. Michael Vincent Paña. Auditions for this event is still to be scheduled.

The Amazing Race 2009, as tasked to the Committee on Grievances and Concerns headed by Hon. Hannah Kristin Gitgano, will be this August 28, 2009. Auditions for this event is still to be scheduled.

A new event that the CIT-SSG will be doing is the Bonggang Picture Art Contest, handled by the Committee on Research and Documentation headed by Hon. Charisma Gicale. The contest proper will be this August 20, 2009 from 9-11 AM at the CIT Library Back Lobby. On August 26, 2009, there will be an exhibit of the entries at the CIT Library Entrance.

For more details, please visit the CIT-SSG Office at the 2nd Floor of the CIT Main Building.
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0 Secretary General Kevin Ray N. Chua

Kevin Ray N. Chua is the Executive Secretary General of the Cebu Institute of Technology - Supreme Student Government for S.Y. 2009-2010.

Born on July 7, 1990 and from Tisa, Cebu City, he is a BSIT-3 student, a former Information Technology Representative and former Chairman of the Public Relations Committee of the CIT-SSG S.Y. 2008-2009.

He was appointed by President Billy Jee V. Belenson as Executive Secretary General on July 25, 2009. He was also the former Campaign Manager for the CIT-SAVE Party.

Contact the Executive Secretary General at kevinraychua@gmail.com.
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0 Vice President Bryan P. Merino

Bryan P. Merino is the Vice President of the Cebu Institute of Technology - Supreme Student Government for S.Y. 2009-2010.

Born on July 6, 1988 and from Pardo, Cebu City, he is a BSCE-5 student, a former Civil Engineering Representative and former member of the Grievances and Concerns Committee of the CIT-SSG S.Y. 2008-2009.

He chose to run for CIT-SSG Vice President rather that for re-election as Civil Engineering Representative because he "need another outlet and a set of people." He believes that he has already served well his fellow CE constituents and he wants to "serve more people" and "do more" for his fellow Technologians.

He has also been thankful of the CIT-SSG for opening "a lot of opportunities" and meeting "different students of different colleges and schools." He has realized that as a student, "studying alone is not enough", but you also need to serve your fellow students as well and CIT-SSG is one of those fields.

Merino assured that he will "support the President's good ideas and initiate plans" to be an "effective and efficient leader." One of his plans as Vice President will be organizing a LAN Games Tournament in the school as suggested by his constituents.

He was elected as Vice President of the CIT-SSG on July 22, 2009, and sworn in on July 25, 2009.

Contact the Vice President at bryan_merinos@yahoo.com.
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0 President Billy Jee V. Belenson

Billy Jee V. Belenson is the President of the Cebu Institute of Technology - Supreme Student Government for S.Y. 2009-2010.

Born on September 26, 1989 and from Albuera, Leyte, he is a BSEE-5 student and a former President of the Council of Leaders (COL) S.Y. 2008-2009, an organization created by the CIT-SSG in order to amalgamate the ideas and concerns of campus organizations.

He ran for CIT-SSG President "purely of service" to the Technologians and he wants to extend his passion of service to them. He chose not to run for Electrical Engineering Representative during the last elections because he saw "a better opportunity" and a "wider scope" of service by being a CIT-SSG President. It was his first time to be running for an elective position in the CIT-SSG as he was only elected by heads of campus organizations as COL President and not by the whole studentry.

As COL President, which also becomes an automatic member of the CIT-SSG and reports to the body every sessions about their activities, he is thankful that being a part of CIT-SSG has made him "more flexible, more strong, improved my public speaking and overcome my stage fright."

He promises to have a "more active CIT-SSG" and "more pro-student agenda." He vowed to "fight for what is right" both for the Technologians and of the CIT Administration, thus seeking a common ground despite the differences of the two sides.

He was elected as President of the CIT-SSG on July 22, 2009, and sworn in on July 25, 2009.

Contact the President at belensonbillyjee@yahoo.com.
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4 CIT-SSG Legislative Officers for 2009-2010


House Speaker: Hon. Lordwin Dejaño
Speaker Protempore: Hon. Yra May Talaba
Legislative Secretary: Hon. Ronnell Padillo

Chairman: Hon. Michael Vincent Paña
1. Hon. Jay Ann Clamohoy
2. Hon. Reina Vita Labang
3. Hon. Angelie Deguerro
4. Hon. Joseph Francis Parangan
5. Hon. Dexter Dungog
6. Hon. Michelle Ann Ruiz
7. Hon. John Philip Sabitsana

Chairman: Hon. Charlie Rivamonte
1. Hon. Lennie Salas
2. Hon. Vernaliza Labisig
3. Hon. Eufe Angelica Atil
4. Hon. Federico Coprada
5. Hon. Marichu Bentazal
6. Hon. Nieza Chaves
7. Hon. Margaret Johanna Alegado

Chairwoman: Hon. Charisma Gicale
1. Hon. Federico Miguel Monte
2. Hon. Queenie Caser Ferrolino
3. Hon. Faith Tanjay
4. Hon. Jerald Paulo
5. Hon. Rejoice Joice Morales
6. Hon. Vanessa Richie Alia

Chairwoman: Hon. Hannah Kristin Gitgano
1. Hon. Rogesa Marie Taboada
2. Hon. Zyra Denice Rago
3. Hon. Menchie Macomis
4. Hon. Philip Troy Matas
5. Hon. Citrex Ypanto
6. Hon. Emilio Jurani

Chairman: Hon. Mel Cary Mula
1. Hon. Liezl Sungahid
2. Hon. Louella Katrina Labrado
3. Hon. Jan Michael Empinado
4. Hon. Marry-Ann Maurin
5. Hon. Carly Simon Conocono

Chairwoman: Hon. Kristel Mae Marfa
1. Hon. Jessica Gingoyon
2. Hon. Rodel Talaba

Chairwoman: Hon. Rejoice Joice Morales
1. Hon. Louella Katrina Labrado
2. Hon. Faith Tanjay
3. Hon. Reina Vita Labang
4. Hon. Liezl Sungahid
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0 CIT-SSG Executive Officers for 2009-2010

EXECUTIVE BRANCH (As of August 11, 2009)

President: Billy Jee Belenson
Vice President: Bryan Merino
Secretary General: Kevin Ray Chua

Treasurer General: Jolo Abella
Press Secretary: Kim Honoridez

Solicitor General: Marbelyn Bastatas
  • Member: Celso Sullano
  • Member: Julimat Navares
Commission on Audit Head: Regine Yocte
  • Member: Marie Loren Umali
  • Member: Kathylene Barili
Commission on External Affairs Head: BJ Peter Iligan
  • Member: Stephanie Rose Getes
Commission on Internal Affairs Head: Brian Lapinid
  • Member: Yena Viovicente
Commision on Environmental Concerns Head: Rahima Hamis
  • Member: Winston Tabar
  • Member: Darla Loyloy
  • Member: Jose Niño Ricaplaza
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0 CIT-SSG goes online!

Welcome everyone! Kevin Ray N. Chua here, Secretary-General of the Cebu Institute of Technology - Supreme Student Government (CIT-SSG) for S.Y. 2009-2010. In line with our commitment to extend our reach to the online community, under the leadership of President Billy Jee V. Belenson and Vice President Bryan P. Merino, this will be the official blog of the CIT-SSG.

We expect your positive response on this one. As we anticipate the increase number of Technologians online, we have also put up our official Facebook fan page in order to keep in touch with the thoughts of the Technologians.

In the weeks to come, this site shall be fully-operational and will keep you updated about our activities for the welfare of our constituents, the Technologians
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