Cavite dads gain Academy degrees

Seventeen Cavite legislators, including Vice Governor Jolo Revilla and Board Member Kerby Salazar, have finished degree courses as the first batch of Cavite Legislative Academy, the pioneer legislative academy in the country, in rites at the Philippine International Convention Center in Pasay City.

Salazar, Cavite Councilor’s League Federation president who authored the bill that created the academy, and Revilla III finished the Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies through ETEEAP (Expanded Tertiary Education Equivalency and Accreditation Program) together with eight other provincial board members, while seven other obtained their Bachelor of Arts in Operations Management.

Salazar initiated the CLA in June 2017 in cooperation with Lyceum of the Philippines University General Trias City campus thru Teresa Pilapil, LPU Vice President for Administration, and the assistance of Cavite Governor Jesus Crispin ‘Boying’ Remulla, former governor Jonvic Remulla, Rep. Luis Ferrer IV, and GenTri Mayor Antonio Ferrer.

“Thank you, Lord for the grace, determination, and strength that You give, so that despite all the tests we will continue to fight for this program,” said Salazar, who previously graduated with an AB Political Science degree from De La Salle University-Dasmarinas.

Topics: Vice Governor Jolo Revilla , Kerby Salazar , Cavite Legislative Academy

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