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Dr. Mizell explains how technology can mitigate difficulties caused by the pandemic in the Education Behind Bars program.
Congratulations to Former MCI Scholar, Jerwin Capuras, RN, for Presidential Award for Filipino Individuals and Organizations Overseas
Social Entrepreneurship, Technology, and Business Institute (SETBI ) Partners with Thompson Christian School (TCS) for Robotics Teacher Workshop (March 24, 2020).
Davao Del Norte State College (DNSC) and the Social Entrepreneurship, Technology, and Business Institute (SETBI) College Education Behind Bars sealed its partnership with a Memorandum of Agreement.
College Education Behind Bars at the Davao City Jail Producing Dean’s List Students, February 2020
MCI Student Association Oath Taking Ceremony Held on October 19th 2019 at the Ground floor, Mikos residences, Aurora Quezon St, Davao City.
Success Story of Minority Care International: From Comvostella to Bangladesh to South Sudan -- A Proud Filipino shares his gifts, talents, and love to offer hope to the refugees from Myanmar to the South Sudan.
Dr. Rachele Jan Lobino-Enojada was our resource speaker at the Minority Care International weekly study forum on the topic of “Suicide Among the Youth.”
The weekly study forum of September 28,2019 featured a talk about the problem of pernography presented by Celestino Al Barretto, the president and chief executive officer of Kar Asia Inc,
Social Entrepreneurship Technology and Business Institute (SETBI) Co-Host Second Int’l Conference on Higher Education Inside Prison .
MCI held its 2019 Retreat at Loleng’s Resort.
SETBI’s College Education Behind Bars‘s Senior High PDL Students’ Debate Team defeats Thompson Christian Senior High Students
MCI conducts its Eighth Eye Care Outreach.
College Education Behind Bars at the Davao City Jail is producing Dean's List students.
A fifth Tools For Schools has been completed at the Davao City Jail in January, 2019.
Deputy Chief of Mission (DCM) from the U.S. Embassy in the Philippines, Michael Klecheski, Visited College Education Behind Bars with the head of the Dangerous Drug Board (DDB), Secretary Catalino Cuy.
Dr. Collins taught Social Entrepreneurship Course at the College Education behind Bars inside Davao city Jail.
Officials break ground at site of new College Education Behind Bars’s Campus at the Davao Prison and Penal Farm, which is set for completion in 2019.
The Department of Education and NGOs give a boost to prison education.
Social Entrepreneurship Technology and Business Institute (SETBI) Co-Host First Int’l Conference on Higher Education Inside Prison.