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Anihan Technical School is a project of The Foundation for Professional Training, Inc. (FPTI). Established in 1986.

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Anihan offers 80 scholarship slots for SY 2013-2014

Anihan is now accepting applications for its two-year scholarship program for SY 2013-2014 which starts in June. There are eighty (80) scholarship slots available.

Fourth year students of the Lecheria National High School in Calamba
taking the Anihan entrance exam

The scholarship includes National Certificate II Qualifications in Commercial Cooking, Bread and Pastry Production, and Food and Beverage Services.

Those who qualify for the program will receive a full-tuition scholarship grant. This means that they will be entitled to study in Anihan for two years without having to pay any tuition fee. The students' only expenses will be the miscellaneous fee and their personal expenses.

As always, Anihan will provide high-quality training to its new scholars. Anihan also manages the on-the-job-training (OJT) placement of students in different hotels, golf and country clubs, restaurants, bakeshops and other food establishments.

After graduation, Anihan assists its scholars in finding good employment. In fact, there are Anihan scholars who are absorbed by their respective OJT venues for employment even before they officially graduate.

Some of Anihan's industry partners are:

Cupcakes by Sonja
Hans Gourmet
Hap Chan
Makati Sports Club
Makiling Conference Center
Max's Restaurant
Mernel's Place
Pizza Hut
Red Ribbon Bakeshop
Sta Elena Golf Club
Taal Vista Hotel
Tagaytay Conference Center
Tagaytay Highlands
The Palms Country Club

For more details about the NC II Qualifications covered by the scholarship, please go here.

For Admission requirements, please go here.

To support an Anihan scholar by purchasing Anihan Goodies, please go here.

If you want to find out more ways to collaborate with Anihan's mission of providing high quality education and skills training to financially challenged young women, please go here.

Majada In National High School graduating students taking the Anihan entrance exam

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