John Bosco Institute of Technology (JOBITECH, Onitsha Campus) that was established since 1992 is a stake holder in technical education in Nigeria. Its aim in the training of young people is the empowerment of the youth/young (the working class) through technical knowledge as well as basic scientific knowledge. As a Catholic Educational Institution, it shares in the mission of the Church to form genuine Christians who live by the Gospel values and who know fully and desire life’s ultimate purpose – UNION WITH GOD. As a Nigerian Institution, it endeavours to form upright citizens, imbued with authentic Nigerian values and contributing to the making of a just and humane society. As a Salesian school, it educates and evangelizes in the style of St. John Bosco, through an educative community permeated by a FAMILY SPIRIT, and characterized by elements of REASON, RELIGION and LOVING KINDNESS – the preventive system implemented through ACTIVE PRESENCE. In the words of St John Bosco, JOBITECH seeks to form “Good Christians and Honest citizens”. The non-profit-making Institute, especially established for the less privileged, is run by a religious congregation known as the Salesians of Don Bosco (SDB) and is present in 130 countries. In Africa we have got houses/presences in 43 countries. The Salesians of Don Bosco (or the Salesian Society, officially named the Society of St. Francis de Sales) is a Roman Catholic religious institute founded in the late nineteenth century by Saint John Bosco to help poor children during the Industrial Revolution. There are also the Salesian Sisters of Don Bosco or, more officially, the Daughters of Mary Help of Christians (FMA). Last February, 2016, JOBITECH had her 12th graduation ceremony with success, wherein she was proud to send 244 graduates into the world, to be technicians, instructors, supervisors, science oriented persons, planners, builders, public servants, secretaries and leaders of this great country and beyond. JOBITECH has grown tremendously in terms of student’s population from 74 when the Institute was given its Federal Government Accreditation under the auspices of NBTE Kaduna in July 1999, to over 240 today; and a staff population from around 17 to over 35. JOBITECH contributes immensely to the training of young technicians/craftsmen and office managers for renowned industries and establishments. After so many years of existence, JOBITECH Onitsha Campus has produced 1,142 graduates from 1997 till date and about 1,166 from 1992, as qualified technicians in Electrical and Mechanical engineering, Office Technology and Management, Computer Information Technology, etc. An estimated 70% of our graduates are now working in various industries and offices across the country, 10% being self-employed and the remaining 20% pursuing higher educational studies in the various schools of higher learning, here in the country and overseas as well. Guided by its vision, John Bosco Institute of Technology is envisaged to be a centre for excellence in studies, technical trades and skills acquisition, focusing in: