MOST moves to new location-A A +A
Thursday, January 17, 2013
AFTER moving in to a new location, the MOST Institute is looking forward for a better year and to welcome more students.
Since it opened five years ago as the fourth MOST Institute branch across the country, the school has already served to hundreds of students who wanted to learn practical skills in baking and culinary.
On Monday, January 14, MOST moved in to its new location along C.M, Recto Street from the old locating along R. Magsaysay Street where it stayed for around five years.
MOST teaches short courses for baking and culinary but enough skills that students can used as a passport for a greener pasture and to land a work abroad.
Michelle Quirante, account officer of MOST, said with their new location, which is along one of the city's oldest and busiest streets, they are expected to be more vibrant this year that their previous five years.
At present, there are about 60 students enrolled in MOST’s two courses but with their new location, Quirante said it may increase for the years to come.
During the ceremonial lunch for the opening of their new location, one of their chef instructors, chef Ramon Abalos conducted a live demo on how to cook Seared Tuna.
Some VIP guests were also present during the opening of the new school, including former vice mayor Louie Bonguyan, who is running for congressional position in the second district of the city.
Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on January 17, 2013.