• CHMSC supports UNESCO-UNEVOC'S World Youth Skills Day 2015

    July 15 is World Youth Skills Day! Carlos Hilado Memorial State College supports this initiative of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization–International Centre for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (UNESCO–UNEVOC) to promote learning for the world of work.
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  • CHMSC supports UNESCO-UNEVOC'S World Youth Skills Day 2015

    July 15 is World Youth Skills Day! Carlos Hilado Memorial State College supports this initiative of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization–International Centre for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (UNESCO–UNEVOC) to promote learning for the world of work.
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  • CHMSC supports UNESCO-UNEVOC'S World Youth Skills Day 2015

    July 15 is World Youth Skills Day! Carlos Hilado Memorial State College supports this initiative of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization–International Centre for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (UNESCO–UNEVOC) to promote learning for the world of work.
    Read More
  • CHMSC supports UNESCO-UNEVOC'S World Youth Skills Day 2015

    July 15 is World Youth Skills Day! Carlos Hilado Memorial State College supports this initiative of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization–International Centre for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (UNESCO–UNEVOC) to promote learning for the world of work.
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  • Green Summit urges sustainable mining
  • Seven Programs in Fortune Towne awarded Level One Accredited Status
  • College elected host of International Conference
  • Five Cum Laudes hired on-the-spot
  • External Auditors assess College’s ISO readiness
  • Alijis, Binalbagan Campuses exhibit excellence in 10th Provincial Wildlife Month
  • New Research and Extension Office blessed, inaugurated
  • PME Office initiates Strategic Planning Workshop

CHMSC offers educational programs at all levels (elementary, secondary and tertiary) including a graduate program for masters and doctoral level. Non-degree courses of two to three years provide opportunities for graduates to continue and finish allied degrees (ladderized).