News '5 years of inspiring Filipinos' Filipino Institute turns 5

‘5 years of inspiring Filipinos’ Filipino Institute turns 5


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The Filipino Institute is celebrating its fifth anniversary as an educational institution offering sustainable and affordable courses in the Middle East. 

“We started with a few but now are many, not in numbers but also in talents and creativity. It’s not just a corporate anniversary, it’s an anniversary of a family that only grew strong defying the odds,” CEO and Vice President Camille Joy Franco-Rimando said. 

She said that without the students, the institution ‘would not be where we are today’. 

“We want you to know that your support and trust has been the biggest drive towards our continued growth,” she added. 

She also applauded the determination and all the efforts exerted by the dedicated staff, trainers, and deans that drive towards the continued growth of the company. 

She also thanked her husband, Mr. Gabriel John Rimando, the founder and president of the Filipino Institute, for the support, guidance, and encouraging words that made the team learn and proud. 

“All these success in all these years would not have been possible if this company didn’t have someone like you leading us from the front. May the journey of corporate success continue even in the coming years, happy anniversary Filipino Institute,” she further added. 

For his part, Mr. Gabriel said that many have had happened in the past that made the company stronger. 

“For the past five years, we have been providing quality education to the growing number of Filipinos abroad. Due to the pandemic, we’ve added and introduced a blended learning system. More and more students are trusting the Filipino Institute,” he added. 

The Filipino Institute, on November 21, at 12 noon, will be conducting an online game where students and viewers will get a chance to win prizes such as smartphones, gold jewelry, scholarship grants, merchandizes, home appliances, among others. 

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