by Adrian Marc M. Soriano


          More than one hundred students from different courses attended the AutoCAD Seminar Workshop organized by the Association of Computer Engineering and Electronic Technician Students (ACEETS), held January 20, 2017 at Interface Computer College Manila.

by Adrian Marc M. Soriano


            Interface Computer College celebrated the yuletide season through the Student’s Christmas Party, held December 19, 2016 at ICC Multi-Purpose Hall.

          A successful partnership was made by the NSTP and Natural Science students of Interface Computer College with the DENR National Office. Mr. Jaime G. Palma (NSTP Instructor), Vanessa Valenzuela (School Nurse) and Maria Consuelo C. Sorra ( Head of Student Affairs) was escorted by the DENR officers to visit ANGAT RAINFOREST and ECO PARK (AREP) view deck area and SPILLWAY GATE. The group was warmly welcomed with educational and informative information. 

“If you just work on stuff that you like and you’re passionate about, you don’t have to have a master plan with how things will play out.”

Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook

By Adrian Marc M. Soriano | September 29, 2016


          Interface Computer College students showcased their knowledge, creativity, talent and skills in the Entrepreneurship Simulation under the guidance and supervision of Mr. Antonio S. Agapito II last September 23, 2016 at Interface Computer College Manila.

             With a “Mexican Party” theme, Interface Computer College Manila witnessed a first and one-of-a-kind style of event, with the culminating activity held March 20, 2014 at the Bar and Dining Room
             Students from BS in Hotel and Restaurant Management, Diploma in Hotel and Restaurant Services and Diploma in Tourism and Travel Management Services, organized a dinner party with a touch of Mexican-style foods and motif.

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