Graduation Day!

@jalbeos (1176)
Philippines
June 15, 2007 1:16am CST
Yesterday, June 14, was our graduation. I am the one of the 993 (dfferent courses) students at DMDP (Department of Manpower Development and Placement). I am very happy that I've finish my course (computer technician) but I won't stop learning more. I need to spent more effort and time not just pc technician but to everything. What about you? What do you feel if you graduate? What do you think about graduation?
5 responses
• India
15 Jun 07
As i have completed my grauation long back n now from many years im working As u have taken very good decision for not leaving your studies pls be on that as once u start working u may leave your studies but dont do that
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@jalbeos (1176)
• Philippines
15 Jun 07
I have thought about that too! You can do one thing at a time, right? Usually, I use the Internet to feed me knowledge, just read, read and read. I am not really sure I am getting the most of it but I knew that knowledge comes from reading. While I am on my job, I can do reading articles online. Thanks for your response!
@butterfly39 (3907)
• Philippines
15 Jun 07
Congratulations!... What a job well done. I just don't know if we could find one good job now. But i know you will.. Good luck!
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@jalbeos (1176)
• Philippines
15 Jun 07
Thanks! I got a job already... at night. During the day, I go to school and I just finished my school. I am thinking about getting a better job than my present job, a better job that pays more than my present job. Thanks for your response!
@tholitz (1127)
• Philippines
15 Jun 07
First of all, congratulation to you for finally graduating from the course that you have taken. I was very happy and proud when I have graduated from college. Graduation is the fruit of all the time and hardship that I have spent all through the years of my studies. It meant a lot for me because finally I have achieved what I've been longing for such a long years of studies (i took up a 5 year course). It also a gift to my parents who supported and given me all my needs all throughout my studies.
@jalbeos (1176)
• Philippines
15 Jun 07
Thank you, first of all! :) It is good to hear that you parents had supported you in your studies. When I was in high school, I started supporting myself and until now. I go to work at night, school during the day. Thanks for sharing!
@aliasad (1567)
• Pakistan
15 Jun 07
Well, first of all congrats being the Graduate! You deserve to be happy, after all this becomes true after dedication of you. This is good to see that you have decided to learn more. I would like to add here that surely education is the foremost thing that would be helpful in your future career. Hmmm PC technician .... is also not an easy task, isn't it? Keep your spirits high and be more creative in order to have in depth knowledge of your particular field. I wish you all the success in your life. I did my graduation long ago ... lol now I am in job and still I feel that I must continue my learning, studies, if possible. Thanks for nice discussion topic and sharing your feelings.
@jalbeos (1176)
• Philippines
15 Jun 07
Thanks for the encouragement! :) Yeah, PC Technician is not an easy job, as of now for me. I need to experience and undergo training on the field I've chosen.
@jianhong (740)
• Singapore
15 Jun 07
Congratulation...me too i just graduate on 13 July from Diploma Of Multimedia Computing (DMMC). Ya, i am happy too and will continue to learning and improving my skill etc. A little sad to leave the school too. Sure will miss the moment i have in the school and friends.;) ... http://pay4effort.blogspot.com
@jalbeos (1176)
• Philippines
15 Jun 07
Yeah, I will be missing my classmates too. Maybe we can get in touch with them e-mails or cellphones but we still miss them. Here's my blog too: http://argaophilippines.blogspot.com Thanks!