Globe Game Changer Challenge

Category: News
Published: Thursday, 08 October 2015
Written by Super User

The Globe Game Changer Challenge is the premier digital innovation challenge that calls for the country’s top students to create game-changing ideas which will move the nation forward.


Target Audience

GGCC aims to attract final year university students who are leaders, are visionaries for change, and are passionate about technology.


The ideal participant should be an academic achiever (85% and above), a good role model (no major disciplinary cases), and should have some extracurricular involvement (in organizations, competitions, or volunteer activities) that also demonstrates their leadership capabilities.


The Competition



Applications are available on http://globe.com.ph/ggcc and are open until October 31, 2015. Students will be asked to send their application forms along with their resumes to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


All students who meet the qualifications are invited to apply.



Out of all the submissions, an initial paper screening will be conducted to select the top 100 applicants, who will then proceed to the one-on-one interview.



From the interviews, only 50 will proceed to the next round, a one-day workshop where their business and leadership skills will be put to the test. Participants will be evaluated individually.


Competition Proper

The top 30 will then be invited to the final round of the Globe Game Changer Challenge, a 3-day bootcamp at the Globe Tower, which will be filled with activities that will build up to their final innovation challenge, where they can fully unleash their imagination and come up with game-changing ideas.


Each team of five will be tasked to identify one or several of the Philippines’ pressing problems, and come up with a digital solution to resolve the problem/s. Then, they will pitch their ideas to Globe’s senior executives. The most game-changing ideas will get a chance to be implemented nationwide.



The winning team will receive gadgets, cash prizes, an all-expense paid trip to Singtel’s Innovation Centre.


Those who are part of the final stage of the competition will also have the opportunity to become part of Globe’s 2016 Management Development Program.


Management Development Program

The Management Development Program is a strategic, year-long program that offers top fresh graduates the opportunity to gain exposure and training in different departments of the business to be able to understand the hyper-moving telecommunications services industry. The program features executive visibility and interaction through mentorship, corporate social responsibility projects that focus on key business thrusts and cross-functional on-the-job training and rotation relevant to the holistic development of the MDP talent.

13th Iligan City Computing Fair

Category: News
Published: Monday, 28 September 2015
Written by Super User

Sept. 16-18, 2015. Three days of fun and joyful activities were prepared by the School of Computer Studies of MSU-IIT in Iligan City with this year's theme GAME ON.

XU CCS has sent numerous participants to ICCF for 5 years now. We have been champions in the 12th ICCF quiz show competition College category last year and this year, we have retained the crown in the persons of Glenn Samporna and Angelo Tan, both BSCS students. In the Digital Arts open competition, Marc Reyes, a BSCS freshman got the 3rd place. Here are some photos:



2015 Cheerdance Competition Champions

Category: News
Published: Friday, 18 September 2015
Written by Super User

It has been 5 years and in 5 years, the CCS iWizards has risen to victory. CHAMPIONS in the recently concluded cheerdance competition last Saturday, Sept. 12. The crowd's cheering while the team performed their moves, puts the spectator in a state of ecstatic trance. Joyful excitement filled the thousands watching. From the first moderator, Ms. Cristina Amor Cajilla and the support of Ms. Elvira Yaneza who both strove hard for the first college cheerdance team to be able to join the competition. How poignant is the presence of their 3-time moderator Mr. Rangie Obispo? He was so moved that tears rolled down his eyes. Some alumni who took leave from their jobs were elated their comrades succeeded in capturing the Xavier Cup for Cheerdance Competition. They felt that they were a part of the success of the iWiz. So do the faculty and admin of the college. Congratulations for your well deserved championship. Salute to Steffany Caiban, the current iWiz moderator. Your hardwork has indeed paid off.


As what can be seen from Jordan Pana's expression YES! We won!

2015 Lean Startup 101 Bootcamp - CDO

Category: News
Published: Tuesday, 28 July 2015
Written by Super User

The DOST-ICT Office seedph and the Philippine Software Industry Association (PSIA) - Spring.ph organized the Lean Startup 101 Bootcamp Workshop here in CDO at the Dynasty Court Hotel & Restaurant. Three CCS faculty were trained to be startup coaches namely Elvira Yaneza (iCT-ARC Director of CCSRSO), Cristina Amor Cajilla (Social Outreach Coordinator of CCSRSO) and Herabelle Villanueva (Moderator of XCEL student organization). This was held last July 18.


Meanwhile there's also a Philippine startup challenge competition for students. This is a nationwide competition wherein students will create innovative and relevant software products for business ventures. Deadline for submission of entries is Dec. 31, 2015. For interested parties, contact Ms. Yaneza, Ms. Cajilla and Ms. Villanueva at the CCS Faculty Room.