Aurora State College of Technology (ASCOT) received a plaque of recognition for its steadfast commitment and valuable contributions to the implementation of extension programs in Central Luzon by the Agricultural Training Institute (ATI). The award ceremony was held during the “GABI NG PAGKILALA: Tatlumpu’t Pitong Taong Matagumpay na Serbisyong Ekstensyon sa Gitnang Luzon” on February 7, 2024, at ATI-RTC III San Ramon, Dinalupihan, Bataan.
ASCOT President Dr. Renato G. Reyes, proudly accepted the award on behalf of the institution. The recognition acknowledges ASCOT’s pivotal role in the success of various extension initiatives, positively impacting the lives of agricultural extension workers, farmers, and fishermen across the region.
The event, coinciding with the 37th anniversary of the Agricultural Training Institute, aimed to foster unity, support, and shared purpose among extensionists and stakeholders in agriculture and fisheries throughout Central Luzon.
With President Reyes are co-awardees, PSAU President Dr. Anita G. David, and BASC President Dr. Jameson H. Tan.
ASCOT’s dedication to improving the agricultural landscape and empowering local communities through extension programs has garnered widespread appreciation.
This recognition underscores ASCOT’s commitment to excellence and its impactful contributions to the advancement of agriculture and rural development in the region.