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Jose C. Feliciano College Foundation (JCFC) is a Private, Non-Profit, Non-Sectarian Learning Institution duly recognized by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA). It is located at Dau Exit, NLEX, Dau, Mabalacat, Pampanga, Philippines.

From the time the Institution passed the (ISO) International Organization for Standardization certification last April 2002 by the Anglo Japanese American Registrars & UKAS Quality Management Auditors until today, the school never ceased to endeavor for continuous improvement making sure that our graduates are globally competitive, employable and socially responsible individuals.

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JCFC
2012
Education succeeds because of the two pillars that advocate it – the School and the Home.


In our wanting to educate, involve, and encourage our parents in the education of their children, a Parent Orientation Program was carried out. After the talk on what teachers expect from them as parents and the roles and responsibilities teachers play in school, the crowd was regrouped for the election of the per level Parent Assembly. It is always a good feeling knowing how supportive our partners – our parents – are! Let us then get it on for more parental involvement!

JCFC
2012
Just one night for One TEAM.


To better know ourselves, understand our colleagues, and value the wonders of teamwork, the Basic Education teachers undergo a faculty fellowship dubbed as One T.E.A.M. (Together Everyone Achieves More). In this event, they went through various exercises and activities which gave them a picture of their worth in the organization. Three mini-talks – “The I of the Storm,” “Spelling THEM out,” and “Time to p.US.h” - were also conducted. At the end of the night, only two words can described the experience – Awesome! And Amazing!

JCFC
2012
Pizza – Up!


In celebration of the Nutrition Month, our Primary School students (Grades 1, 2, and 3) enjoyed a shor t trip to a pizza store to do a nutrition search of their own. Trying to have a good look of what makes pizza a healthy food, they prepared and cooked their own solo pizza. For an extra treat, they were given a short tour on what’s happening behind the counters.

JCFC
2012
One L.I.Y.F.


The conceptualization of an annual student leadership training stemmed out from JOSE C. FELICIANO COLLEGE FOUNDATION’s vision of producing self-reliant, self-sufficient, socially responsible and God-loving leaders. Branded as the Leadership Integration for Young Felicians or LIYF (pronounced as "layf"), the Basic Education teachers teamed up with the High School Supreme Student Council (HSSSC) in designing a training program which addresses the need for more servant leaders.

JCFC
2012
KAPISTAHAN


The Filipino culture and heritage is rich enough that we need to celebrate it. And this is what we did as we commemorated Kapistahan sa Wikang Kayumanggi. Our students showcased their talents through dances, songs, poem recitations, and other culturally-inclined activities. It was a delight seeing them take over the stage and display their self-confidence and class spirit.

JCFC
2011
Jose C. Feliciano College Foundation and The Paradise Ranch MOA Signing


With the same goal of helping our students to have a better future, Jose C. Feliciano College Foundation and Paradise Ranch formally signed a Memorandum of Agreement in which they are now officially partners in helping the students have a better training ground to develop their skills. The MOA signing was held at the Paradise Ranch’s Conference hall last July 20, 2011. This was attended by Mr. Eric Gomez, General Manager of Paradise Ranch, Ms. Ana Liza Nacion, Dean of the Institute of Business and Hospitality Management and Ms. Abigail Feliciano, Placement Coordinator of JCFC.

JCFC
2011
Jose C. Feliciano College Foundation and The Old Spaghetti House MOA Signing


In its goal to recognize the vital role of maintaining partnerships with other academic institutions and organizations thereby forming alliances with the industry to promote entrepreneurship and global competitiveness, Jose C. Feliciano College Foundation made an official partnership with The Old Spaghetti House through a Memorandum of Agreement signed on June 23, 2011 at JCFC. This two-year partnership aims to help the students gain both knowledge and training experiences that will enable them to meet if not exceed the requirements necessary to be successful in the hospitality industry.

JCFC
2011
President of JCFC appointed as one of the Directors of CDC


Atty. Manuel M. Feliciano, President of JCFC was appointed as one of the Directors of Clark Development Corporation, the administrative and governing body for the Clark Freeport Zone, on April 6, 2011. He took his oath before President Benigno Aquino Jr. at the President’s Office in Malacanang on May 3, 2011.