7 Ramonians qualify for AYLC panel interview

Seven out of eight students of Ramon Magsaysay Technological University (RMTU) “successfully passed the first two stages of the screening and selection process for the 14th National Ayala Young Leaders Congress (AYLC 2012).”

The seven Ramonians who made it to the top 150 are Christian G. Awilan, Bachelor of Secondary Education – Biological Science of RMTU San Marcelino Campus; Rhaian M. Corpuz, Bachelor of Secondary Education – Filipino of RMTU Sta. Cruz Campus; Norvin D. de Ocampo, Bachelor of Science in Psychology of RMTU Iba Campus; John R. dela Cruz, Bachelor of Secondary Education of RMTU Candelaria Campus; Joel C. Ebalan, Bachelor of Elementary Education of RMTU Masinloc Campus; Jorald E. Mangohig, Bachelor of Science in Computer Science of RMTU Masinloc Campus; and Phil Collins E. Nequinto, Bachelor of Science in Accountancy of RMTU Masinloc Campus.

Said Ramonians qualified for the AYLC panel interview, which is the third and final stage of the screening process.

Danilo V. Rogayan Jr. (third from right) and Sonny A. Santos of AYLC Batch 2011 with AYLC program director John Philip Orbeta (first from left) and the Ayalas during the Awarding Rites of the 13th Ayala Young Leaders Congress last February 2011.


The panel interview will be held on Nov. 24 at the headquarters of the Ayala Corporation in Makati City which aimed at knowing the qualifiers and their leadership involvements better.

Panel of senior executives from the Ayala Group of Companies will conduct the interviews and will select the 80 student leaders who will take part in AYLC 2012 come February.

“Congratulations RMTU for making it again to AYLC panel interview. Seven out of eight Ramonians qualified this year. To GOD be the glory,” quipped Danilo V. Rogayan Jr., AYLC 2011, upon learning the results.

In consonace, Engr. Jerry S. Cristobal, RMTU AYLC adviser, also extended his congratulations to the qualifiers and hopes that they will all make it to the final list.



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