NU APC Has Once Again Bag the Best CGI Intern Award from CGI Philippines

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Asia Pacific College has once again bagged the Best CGI Intern award from CGI Philippines. This is the second time APC has been honored with this award since we started deploying interns to CGI Philippines in 2022.

Jakerson Bermudo, a 4th-year BS Information Technology (BSIT) student from the Asia Pacific College – School of Computing and Information Technologies , has been awarded the Best CGI Intern on May 28th at the CGI Philippines Office at OneWorld Square, McKinley! This is a remarkable achievement and a testament to Jakerson’s dedication, hard work, and exceptional performance during his internship.

Jakerson Bermudo is an R&D Intern under the Digitalization and Automation Services (D&AS) department. His outstanding contributions and innovative approach have set a high standard for his peers and have greatly impressed both his supervisors and colleagues. Jakerson has been mentored by Intern Professor Marc Joseph Pulido, whose guidance and support have been instrumental in Jakerson’s success.

CGI Philippines, headquartered in Quebec, Canada, is a global leader in information technology (IT) and business consulting services. Founded in 1976, CGI provides comprehensive and innovative IT solutions across various industries, including finance, healthcare, telecommunications, and government. With operations in the Philippines, CGI leverages its global network and local expertise to deliver high-quality services and solutions tailored to the specific needs of the Philippine market. The presence of CGI in the Philippines underscores its commitment to expanding its footprint and providing exceptional support to clients worldwide, fostering growth and technological advancement in the region.

(From left to right):

Marianne Nicole Zulueta (Host)

Lisette Velasco (D&AS Manager)

Jakerson Bermudo (Award Recipient)

Darcy Kaizer Medina (Host, also an APC intern performing well in the company)

Write-Up/Photo Credit: APC School of Computing and Information Technologies