KC Foundation Scholars Passed Engineering Licensure Exams

Photo Caption (Left to Right): Newly licensed engineers, Engineer Earl Rafael P. Labitad and Engineer Arax A. Oñate donned on their business suits as they pose for their graduation pictures.Photo Caption (Left to Right): Newly licensed engineers, Engineer Earl Rafael P. Labitad and Engineer Arax A. Oñate donned on their business suits as they pose for their graduation pictures.

ENGINEER Earl Rafael P. Labitad of KC Council 14809 El Salvador City and Engineer Arax A. Oñate of Columbian Squire Circle 3706 Bacoor, Cavite recently passed their respective Engineering Licensure Examinations.

Mr. Labitad, who took the Agricultural Engineering Licensure Examination last August 16 & 17, 2016, is the son of Bro. Earl E. Labitad and Sis. Emelda P. Labitad from Misamis Oriental. He earned his degree in Agricultural Engineering last March 2016 at the Xavier University – Ateneo de Cagayan, Cagayan de Oro City. Engr. Labitad was a beneficiary of the Knights of Columbus Philippines Foundation, Inc. from 2010 to 2016. When he applied for the scholarship way back in 2010, he stated that he wanted to study Agricultural Engineering because this course will open his eyes to new frontiers that would contribute to man’s aim of preserving Mother Earth.

On the other hand, Mr. Oñate graduated last April 2016 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical Engineering at the Technological University of the Philippines. He was one of the top students in his class during his high school years and was active in their school paper. He took the Electrical Engineering Licensure Examination last September 2 & 3, 2016.

Engr. Oñate was a beneficiary of the Knights of Columbus Philippines Foundation, Inc. from 2011 to 2016. This new milestone will certainly help these two young Engineers in carving their niches in their respective fields. Congratulations guys! Good job! (Denise Solina-Ortiguerra)

Father of Knights of Columbus in the Philippines

 

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