73 GRADUATES dressed in traditional blue shirts and neckties, after having completed their course of studies and On-the-job training at Don Bosco Technical Institute, Henderson graduated on 11th October at Don Bosco Technical Institute, Henderson at 9am. The beautiful backdrop spelled out the theme:Our Hope, our Future’, flanked with neatly crafted floral designs set the tone for a very beautiful and inspiring morning. The Graduation commenced with a well-animated thanksgiving Eucharistic celebration.
Graduation – 11th October, 2013 – Fr. Ambrose Pereira sdbabridged
Archbishop Adrian Smith sm, Archbishop of Honiara, Hon. Minister Dick Ha’amori, Minister of Education, H. E. Matthew Anderson, High Commissioner of Australia, invited guests, ladies, gentlemen, girls and boys and above all my dear young graduates.
Media Education Seminar at Don Bosco Tech Institute, Kumgi- Fr. Ambrose Pereira sdb
“There is more to the media than the news”, said Sunugu Wesley, second year electrical student. “Making known the current issues in society is our responsibility”, he said. This was the thrust of the Media Education Seminar entitled ‘Social Networks’ held recently in Papua New Guinea.
Potential for terror and evangelization
- Hayden Powick
Social Media has enveloped the world with a revolution of ideas, perspectives and an instant rush of information. This media revolution has definitely not excluded the hot city of Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea in particular the students at Don Bosco Technical Institute, Boroko.
Skills for Life – EU TVET programme
- Fr. Ambrose Pereira sdb, Rector
Don Bosco has opened wide its doors to young men and women and has conducted several courses and programmes for men and women. 15 enthusiastic young men and women graduated at Don Bosco Technical Institute, Henderson after having completed their 5 weeks Hospitality and Tourism Short Course. The course was part of the EU TVET funded programme, and commenced on 12th August 2013.
Handover of two EU Projects – Staff House and Computer Technology Projects
- Fr. Ambrose Pereira sdb
“It is a day of thanksgiving and celebration, as we thank God for the many blessings He showers on us”, said Fr. Ambrose Pereira sdb, Rector at the end of the Eucharistic celebration. In thanking all for their presence and prayers, he made special mention of the EU personnel present for the handing over of the two projects – Staff House and Computer Technology Laboratory that have been part of the EU RAMP funding programme.