The JHCSC TESDA Graduation ceremony celebrated the dedication and achievement of 109 graduates who completed the Agricultural Crops Production NC I program under the Coconut Farmer’s Scholarship Program. Held at the JHCSC-Main Campus in Mati, San Miguel, Zamboanga del Sur, the event was a collaboration between the Community Extension Services Office, TESDA, and the Philippine Coconut Authority.
The ceremony, graced by esteemed individuals, including JHCSC President Dr. Edgardo H. Rosales and Community Extension Director Ricky A. Egos, recognized the graduates’ hard work and perseverance. Additional support came from Dionedes Dagatan of the Philippine Coconut Authority, Mercedita B. Rabe, the Scholarship Focal Person, and TESDA Trainers Ms. Jean Rose Cuezon and Dr. Emelyn Tormes. Jerry R. Redoblado, the Director of the Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office, also attended, underscoring the collaborative efforts behind the graduates’ success.
The graduate’s commendations emphasized resilience and a dedication to professional and personal development. As they embark on new endeavors, they are encouraged to seize the opportunities and to make meaningful contributions to their communities and society. Their accomplishments demonstrate the boundless potential that each graduate possesses, inspiring others in the process.
Congratulations to the graduates, and may their future pursuits be filled with continued success, fulfillment, and joy as they strive for excellence in all their endeavors.

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