Friday, November 23, 2018

God is really good to the lives of ANCOP Scholars who recently made it on this year’s Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) Licensure Examinations that happened this October and November. These include licensure examinations for Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Chemist and Chemical Technician, Fisheries Technologist, and Civil Engineering licenses.

October 2018 CPA Board Exam passer is Stefanni Joy Laranjo, an ANCOP-USA Scholar from Cavite. She is a graduate of BS Accountancy from the Polytechnic University of the Philippines-Cavite, as well as an active SFC member from Naic, Cavite. She had her CPA Oath-taking last November 19.

Alexis Toby Bacagay, an AGW Scholar, is now a licensed Chemist as he recently passed the October 2018 Chemist and Chemical Technician Board Exam. He is from Metro Manila West B sector and is a graduate of BS Chemistry from the University of the Philippines-Diliman.

Another ANCOP scholar also made it to the October 2018 Fisheries Technologist Board Exam. He is Toffi Teraytay, a scholar supported by Landbank of the Philippines from Laguna. He is a graduate of BS Fisheries in Laguna State Polytechnic University (LSPU).

The blessings of the Lord is continuously pouring, with five ANCOP scholar examiners passed the recent Civil Engineering Board Exams. Among them is Kim Imanil from Pangasinan sponsored by ANCOP-USA. He graduated BS Civil Engineering from Pangasinan State University-Urdaneta. Another scholar has excellently pulled-off the exam, with Rey Mark Vitalicio making it to the Top 15 obtaining an average of 94.05%. Vitalicio graduated as Cum Laude in BS Civil Engineering from Catanduanes State University, and a scholar also supported by ANCOP-USA. Jinro Tadeo from Tarlac, another ANCOP-USA sponsored scholar, also passed the exam. He graduated BS Civil Engineering from Tarlac State University. Two ANCOP scholars supported by ANCOP-UAE also made it to the exam; Luis Benson Adraque and Nikki Willard Pacanan. Adraque from Laguna also graduated from LSPU, while Pacanan from Southern Leyte graduated from Saint Joseph College-Maasin.

THE PROFESSIONALS: Kim Imanil (upper right), Luis Andraque, Rey Mark Vitalicio, Nikki Willard Pacanan,
Jinro Tadeo, Alexis Toby Bagacay,
Stefanni Joy Laranjo, and Toffi Teraytay.


The Lord has been faithful to CFC ANCOP with these scholars who manifest the organization’s mission of ‘answering the cry of the poor.’ These stories are truly inspirations to do more in working with the poor through giving these people a chance at education. CFC ANCOP is also grateful to the donors for their support in helping that more dreams of poor but deserving people, just like these successful examiners, are to be fulfilled in the future. (CFC ANCOP Communications /pmb)

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