When MSC started offering computer classes, the first courses were short-term courses on computer operation and programming. In the first semester of school year 1991-1992, two-year courses on Computer Technology and Office Management were offered to the growing number of MSC students. Then in school year 1994-95, MSC offered the three-year courses on Computer Technology and Office Management.
Six fresh graduates of the two-year Office Management course enrolled in the new 3-year course. These were: Claire Ticzon, Aileen Metica, Aileen Tanodra, Jocelyn Maranan, Lina Jader, Raquel Dioyo, and Letty Changco.
Aside from the regular academic classes, these ladies underwent extensive training in the different offices of MSC. Eventually, most were absorbed by the different departments and a few worked in the different MSC companies.
Claire and Aileen Metica became computer teachers in MSC partner schools, and later they were hired as MSC instructors.
Lina and Letty worked at MSC Data Exchange – MSC’s one-stop computer shop
Raquel Dioyo worked as Cashier at MSC.
Aileen Tanodra worked at Escuela de Valle Verde as teacher.
Jocelyn worked at the Hall of Justice of San Pablo City.
Where are they today?
- Claire teaches at Canossa College, San Pablo and is married to an MSC alumnus, Owen Ignacio
- Aileen Metica works and lives in Canada.
- Letty, after working for MSC Data Exchange Co. as Graphic Artist for several years, now lives in Abu Dhabi and works as Finance and Administration Officer at Silec Cable
- Aileen Tanodra lives and works in Singapore.
- Jocelyn lives in San Pablo City and still works at the Hall of Justice
- Lina, after many years with MSC Data Exchange Co., has her own business now.
- Raquel is now a full-time wife and mother.
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