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ISN SCHOLAR CHOSEN AS ONE OF THE 10 OUSTANDING MARITIME STUDENTS
E/C Isagani A. Cañal has recently been chosen as one of the 10 Outstanding Maritime Students of the Philippines 2013 organized by Western Union as part of its support for the National Maritime Week.
E/C Cañal is a third year ISN scholar cadet enrolled in DMMA College of Southern Philippines under the DBP Program.
“When you’re chosen as one of the outstanding cadets, pag-aagawan ka ng mga shipping companies(you will be very much sought after by other companies),” said Mr. Jeff Rex C. Calambuhay, head of Human Resource and Career Development of ASM. Mr. Calambuhay himself was a former outstanding cadet in the 90’s. “(He should) Always give his best shot and remember the greatest in life is not when you’re in the highest peak but in the toughness in climbing.”
“To be chosen as one of the Top 10 Maritime students of the Philippines doesn't only mean fame, prominence and honor. Instead, it entails more challenges and pressure,” E/C Cañal quoted. “Having to maintain and uplift the title graciously given to me by the Father above motivates me to be better than my best. It brings about a force that challenges me to go beyond my limit and to serve as role model to other students. Moreover, this competition makes me more determined and committed to my studies and my future career. ”
The 10 Outstanding Maritime Students were awarded yesterday, September 29, Sunday at the Ninoy Aquino Stadium in Malate, Manila.
Meanwhile, E/CD Adrian Joseph Solis, an IMEC sponsored cadet assigned to a Hartmann vessel and on his fourth academic year in the Maritime Academy of Asia and the Pacific, was chosen to be among the 10 representatives of the Philippines in the First Expanded Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Seafarers’ Training–Counter Piracy (EAST-CP) Workshop. The workshop took place last Sept.23-25 and was attended by the national government officials of different countries such as New Zealand, Philippines, Vietnam, China, India, Russia, Laos, Cambodia, Japan, Indonesia, Myanmar, Republic of Korea, Singapore, Thailand, India, USA, UK, Australia, Malaysia and Brunei.