Marlow Navigation signs MOA on scholarship grant

Naga City - Executives of Marlow Navigation (Philippines) Inc., one of Europe’s biggest shipping companies visited Mariners Polytechnic Colleges (MPC), this city on June 29, 2016 for the signing of the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) on the scholarship grant to qualified students.

Marlow Navigation Country President Captain Leo Tenorio (3rd from right) and Prospective Officer Recruitment Career Development Manager Mr. Dan Aldrich Tolentino (4th from right, partly hidden) together with school officials led by VP for Academic Affairs Dr. Mariel Estrella (2nd from right) during the MOA signing held at the Boardroom of MPC-Naga’s Mariners Training and Hotel Institute (MTHI).

MPC-Naga President and Chief Executive Officer Dr. Marilissa J. Ampuan was represented at the occasion by Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Mariel Estrella and joined by other school officials.

Among those granted the scholarships are students taking-up Culinary Arts and other related courses who will work as ship cooks and chefs earmarked to be hired after graduation in cargo sea vessels. This shipping company has vessels plying worldwide, with routes from Europe to Asia, North and South America, Australia and Africa.

Students granted the scholarship include Mark Anthony Eva, Jorim Sumanguid, Paulo Degamon, Eliezer Perez and Billy Boy Agawin.

The scholars are expected to maintain the required academic standing for them to be able to remain in the roster of student-grantees jointly supported by Marlow Navigation and Mariners Polytechnic Colleges.

This MOA benefiting the students is a product of the relentless effort of the school administration to maintain linkages with shipping companies and other firms where students can work even outside of the country after they graduate from the institution.

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