General Motors Advanced Technician Training Center (GMATTC) handed over a brand-new four-cylinder Saab engine and a brand-new four-cylinder Ecotec engine to the Xavier University Center for Integrated Technologies (XU-CIT) to help train students in Automotive Technology.

GMATTC has been a partner of XU since 2009, and many CIT graduates are now working in GM dealerships overseas after completing training in the GMATTC in Bulacan.

Cagayan de Oro now fields the second-largest group of trainees to the GMATTC after Metro Manila.

PHOTO: From left: GMATTC Technical Instructors Edward Romero and Ernesto Guina, XU-CIT Automotive Technology faculty Danilo Miñon holding the Deed of Donation, XU-CIT Director Erwin Li, and GMATTC Manager Per Storskog pose with the two new GM engines. Behind them are XU-CIT students.

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