2022 Lifetime Members Retreat

THANK YOU TO OUR LIFETIME MEMBERS

Cyd C. Grepo-Sartoris

Since the inception of FEUNRMF- Medical Technology International Alumni Society, our lifetime members have been a consistent source of support for all our scholarships and community outreach projects. In appreciation of all their efforts, the FEUNRMF-MTIAS officers and Executive Board are organizing a weekend retreat for them in Oasis Resort in Palm Springs, CA on May 20-22, 2022. This is a good time for all of us to extend our gratitude, get together, reconnect, and share ideas on how to improve our society, moving forward, despite the challenges of the Covid pandemic. So, please send your RSVP as soon as you get the email invite, and the attached flyer.

For all our friends who are not yet Lifetime Members, why don’t you become one, so that you can all join us in Palm Springs, too? We’re looking forward to spending time with you during this weekend!  Please see the flyer for details.

 

WELCOME! To our colleagues from all over the world, we would love to hear from all of you! Due to COVID - 19 Restrictions, we have created a GoFund Me to support our on going projects. Please, check and be generous. Unfortunately, no tax receipts from our Society can be issued. You can use the GoFund Me receipt if applicable. Thank you! To donate Click the icon gofundme!

Some Memorable Events

Incorporation

The Society was first incorporated in Vancouver, BC as "FEU-NRMF Medical Technology Alumni Association of North America" August 1, 2010. To reach out to all graduates of FEU-NRMF School of Medical Technology, Institute of Medicine, a new name "FEU-NRMF Medical Technology International Alumni Society" was adopted and incorporated on August 2011.

Meeting with MTAS Officers

January 19, 2017: Meeting with MTAS Officers on how best we could optimize the Scholarship and Awards Programs and improve communications between the two Alumni Societies. From left - Dean Lennie Natividad, Bert Gomez, Dr Levy dela Rosa, Alice Aldave, Yvonne Valdez, Mabel de Guzman and Kathleen Labrador-Limcumpao.

Project 2021

Calamities and Disasters

Scholarships

Indigenous Programs

Masters Degree Program