LEARNING CENTERS & SCHOOLS

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CTC opens its free computer learning center in Barangay Duhat.

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Free computer training in Maigang, Cebu realizes no age limits in obtaining an education.

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Oogong, Sta Cruz, Laguna opens its free computer learning center under CTC’s CYBERBARANGAYAN program.

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CTC Co-Chair and Co-Founder Demos Punsalan attending 1st graduation of CTC’s computer learning pilot centers in the Province of Laguna, Philippines where over 100 students completed the basic computer courses.

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Angono, Rizal free computer learning center operates under the CTC CYBERBARANGAYAN program.

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CTC’s CYBERBARANGAYAN program opens a free computer learning center in Calbayog City, Samar

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CTC donates computers to Fort Bonifacio’s rehabilitation program for re-education of disabled Filipino Veterans

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CTC installs a computer lab in the home of the Aetas at Calangitan High School in Tarlac

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Los Baños, Laguna opens its free computer learning center under CTC’s CYBERBARANGAYAN program

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Sta Clara Sur, Laguna opens its free computer learning center under CTC’s CYBERBARANGAYAN program

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No lack of students as Clark opens its free computer learning center under CTC’s CYBERBARANGAYAN program

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CAMPCO / BOB BEST opens its free computer learning center under CTC’s CYBERBARANGAYAN program in Campanga, Cebu

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Pulo, Cavite opens its free computer learning center under CTC’s CYBERBARANGAYAN program

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Mayor Edward Hagedorn’s son Clint (third from left) arrives at CTC Silicon Valley Headquarters to accompany shipment of computers to Puerto Princesa City for Palawan’s first Computer Learning Center.

(See related article under News Clippings June 29, 2000)

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CTC Technician installing the PCs in a San Fernando public high school, Pampanga.

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CTC donation of computers to a computer learning center in the province of Romblon, Philippines.

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Students, Parents, Public leaders attended the turnover ceremony of computers donated by CTC to high schools in Cavite City.

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Amado (center) with Lipa City Mayor (now Governor) Vilma Santos accepting computers from CTC for schools in Lipa City and in Batangas.

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Lorna Aquino, principal of Panipuan Intergrated High School and Demos Punsalan, Co-Chair and Co-Founder of CTC sign an agreement to transfer donated computers to school.
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CTC VolunteerJoel Magat with other volunteers (photo left) and CTC U.S.A. delegation visiting CTC Foundation Philippines Headquarters (photo right)  in Simon, Pampanga.

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