There is ABSOLUTELY no future for you out there. Your educational background (if there is any at all) will bring you nowhere but a job at a computer shop in the village. And if you dream big, you might land a job at some prestigious Office…as a “boy” or a “secretary”…Oops pardon me…I meant as “clerks.” That sounds better, doesn’t it?!
I studied at AMA in 2005. The curriculum looked good. But when you are a freshie…who cares about a long list of subjects that you would need to study, right? By the time I got to the second semester, I was already having doubts about the competency of my professors. I maybe a freshman but I certainly knew how to spot a fake teacher!
Assigning the security guard to teach kids? I mean COME ON Mr. Chairman! “Visions for the First and Largest IT University in Asia?”…100 bucks on the table — I’d say that is NOT in the job description of Manong Guard! And I find it hard to believe that you can’t afford to pay legitimate professors! You have laid out massive expansion plans…and all of a sudden, quality education came out last in your priorities? I walked out of class that day and never went back.
Now, I am in my last semester at STI. One of the subjects lined up for us is the Internship Program. Because of this, I needed to find a company who could provide practical experience in IT for a novice like me. Deploying OJTs with no proper skills at all? It seems a lot easier to let other people teach your students, right? Well, congratulations! You have successfully destroyed my self-confidence! I had my first taste of corporate rejection! The company manager told me that I didn’t need to know everything about programming. Well, that’s a relief! But, he added, if I didn’t know anything at all then I am just trash. “Typing and Surfing the net” are quite impressive skills for a 5-year-old kid but for someone who has a Diploma in Information Technology…I found out these are really not such “strong skills” after all. Pitiful, in fact.
My schools always get paid and what else is more important than that? Still true to our lingering reputation, mga “jologs” pa rin tayo and will remain so until the administration undergoes a major revamp.
I am a branded “jologs” along with other thousands of young people. Our futures depend on your promise of education…hoping to LEARN what’s worth the tuition we’re being charged every semester. Yet we will soon leave your campuses the same way we first came in…still the unskilled idiots!