Mountain View College (MVC), a Seventh-day Adventist Institution in Valencia City, Bukidnon is ATI’s newest partner in eLearning and Organic Agriculture. During the MOA signing, MVC was represented by its President, Dr. Gladden O. Flores, Vice President for Academic Affair, Dr. Hope S. Aperocho, and Dean Ronilo C. Inocencio of the College of Agriculture.
For ATI, OIC Director Alfredo S. Aton was ably represented by ATI-RTC X OIC Center Director, Ms. Maria Lydia A. Echavez and OIC Assistant Center Director and eLearning Coordinator, Ms. Noemi Beth G. Macario.
As part of the agreement, MVC will include eLearning not only for its students in Agriculture but also those in other Colleges and the High School. The school will also promote eLearning to their Industry partners as part of their continuing education. On the other hand, ATI committed to assist in the development of the schools’ 1,024 hectares towards farm tourism. Presently, various cash crops and highvalue crops are planted in the school demo areas. ATI aso committed to assist in the capability development of its teachers, students and outreach partners especially in the field of Organic Agriculture.
The school caters to both students from the Philippines and other foreign countries. It is known to advocate healthy lifestyle, thus their quest towards organic agriculture. The majestic campus is located on a 2,500-foot plateau. It faces Mt. Kalatungan and Mt. Kitanglad. The College’ vast area includes farmlands, forests, and ranch lands. It is ideal for agri-based industries and an excellent training ground for students’ hands-on experiences. Within the school property is the breathtaking Malingon Twin Falls.