Posted by NOLITC Administrator Friday, 25 May 2018 09:26


“I was an achiever in high school, but I took a wrong turn somewhere along the way. I smoked and drank without caring about the consequences. My classmates graduated as scheduled, but I didn’t because of my vices. I betrayed my parents and disappointed them. Realization hit me, so I enlisted myself in ALS. I […]

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NOLITC Stories

Posted by NOLITC Administrator Thursday, 24 May 2018 01:31


Over the years that Negros Occidental Language and Information Technology Center has been the provider of various training programs, it has come to know thousands of Negrenses of all ages, sizes, and shapes… of different background, culture, languages, and preferences. Each graduate has a beautiful story to tell that could be of value to others. […]

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NOLITC brings social change

Posted by NOLITC Administrator Thursday, 2 March 2017 01:23

irish story

NEGROS OCCIDENTAL, Feb. 11 (PIA6) – – Irish Divinagracia, a single mom of two, works as a waitress at a Karaoke Bar at night, a “carinderia” or small eatery during day time, an almost 24-hour cycle operation. Irish, after attending to customers at night, wakes up at 4:00AM to cook for meals to be sold […]

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Young mom thankful for NOLITC

Posted by NOLITC Administrator Monday, 7 September 2015 12:00

Single mom Betzaida Mari de la Cruz Ocampo

An 18-year old single mom from Barangay Nagasi, La Carlota City, who completed her high school education through the Alternative Learning System (ALS) and a daughter of an OFW, led the latest graduates of Contact Center Services NC II course and English Language Proficiency course of the Negros Occidental Language and Information Technology Center’s Training […]

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Small but terrible

Posted by NOLITC Administrator Friday, 5 December 2014 12:00


          There are a lot of disadvantages for persons who are vertically challenged.  It is oftentimes impossible to become successful, but Leah Delgado, a call center agent, is short but triumphant. They call her “small but terrible”.  Leah Delgado was born with disability called “dwarfism”.  She is 28 years old and […]

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From jeepney barker to BPO supervisor

Posted by NOLITC Administrator Friday, 1 August 2014 11:45

From Jeepney Barker to BPO Supervisor

“I was born poor, worst I’m a person with disability. I live in a squatters area, my father is a jeepney driver and I have five siblings. This is my journey”. Mark Escora, 25 years old, recounted his journey before he availed of the Training for Work Scholarship Program of the Negros Occidental Language and […]

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Don’t hope, decide!

Posted by NOLITC Administrator Monday, 22 October 2012 12:00

Don’t Hope, Decide!

Rowena Nunez, a Contact Center Service graduate of NOLITC is a young woman full of aspirations. She believes in doing things and not merely waiting for it to happen. Decisiveness is the key in achieving and accomplishing something in life.

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Face difficulties positively

Posted by NOLITC Administrator Friday, 19 October 2012 12:00

Face Difficulties Positively

“Life has been difficult, mostly because I have been too giving and kind and extremely tolerant of others. But I have so much more to be thankful for. I am lucky to have found friends who in themselves are priceless.” These are the words of Mr. JDann Yosoya from Candoni, CCS Trainee Batch 1 of NOLITC.

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Sacrifices and rewards

Posted by NOLITC Administrator Monday, 15 October 2012 12:00

Sacrifices and Rewards

A call center agent of the Transcom Bacolod City, Sheila Babiera, serves as an inspiration to many child born out of wedlock as she emerged from a tough challenge in life.

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Our life is full of smiles and joy

Posted by NOLITC Administrator Friday, 12 October 2012 12:00

Our Life is Full of Smiles and Joy

Nepthalie Ong Jr. is currently working as a Customer Sales Representative with Transcom – Bacolod City. An Alumnus of Negros Occidental Language Information Technology Center, where he had successfully completed the Finishing Course for Call Center Agent – NC II training

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