Scene city | Joji Ilagan International Schools launches T.H.E.

THE TOURISM Hospitality Entrepreneurship International Management School was launched by Joji Ilagan in Davao City on Wednesday, Apr. 11, 2018 with a school tour, an audio-visual presentation and the launching of Alfonso Boy Guino-o’s private collection.

NICOLE Hao Bian - Vice President, Education Development – JICCFI gives an appreciation message

NICOLE Hao Bian – Vice President, Education Development – JICCFI gives an appreciation message

The school offers Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship & Global Innovation. This entrepreneurship and small management program aims to give students the skill, set and tools they need to turn a great idea into successful business.

The course prepares students to identify, evaluate and develop entrepreneurial opportunities, whether in existing companies or in new business ventures. The entrepreneurship major is grounded in collaboration, leadership, communication and team building.

 

GUESTS join the school administration officers for a souvenir photo at the new Audio Visual Room

GUESTS join the school administration officers for a souvenir photo at the new Audio Visual Room

The highlight of the school tour was the simulated airplane which featured an airplane cabin, passenger seats, and made us feel like passengers ready to go on board for a flight out of Davao City.

Shaping global hospitality and tourism entrepreneurs is the main thrust of JIB International Management School

 

A “Tour Guide” takes guests around the four floors of the school building

A “Tour Guide” takes guests around the four floors of the school building

A room on the second floor houses the Mindanao private collection of Alfonso ‘Boy’ Guino-o which contains rich and valuable pieces of tribal art, jewelry, costumes and albums accumulated during world tours with Bayanihan Philippine Dance Company and his shows abroad.

A fashion show of the Mindanao private collection was the grand finale of the afternoon’s program, featuring Alfonso “Boy” Guino-o’s designs focusing on ethnic and tribal accents. (Photo Credits – Bing Gonzales)

GUESTS join Nicole Hao Bian for a souvenir photo with Counsellor Yoshiaki Miwa of the Consulate of Japan, Indonesian Vice Consul Endah Farry Yuliarti, Marco Polo General Manager Dottie Wurgler Cronin, Chef Pauline Malilin and her husband, Careen Lim Bian of Stockbridge, and Jinggoy Salvador of SunStar Davao

GUESTS join Nicole Hao Bian for a souvenir photo with Counsellor Yoshiaki Miwa of the Consulate of Japan, Indonesian Vice Consul Endah Farry Yuliarti, Marco Polo General Manager Dottie Wurgler Cronin, Chef Pauline Malilin and her husband, Careen Lim Bian of Stockbridge, and Jinggoy Salvador of SunStar Davao

SIMULATED Cabin for Airline Hospitality Training

SIMULATED Cabin for Airline Hospitality Training

MODELS pose after the fashion show featuring Alfonso ‘Boy’ Guino-o’s Mindanao Private Collection

MODELS pose after the fashion show featuring Alfonso ‘Boy’ Guino-o’s Mindanao Private Collection

 

 

 

 

 

 

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