Aboitiz Group scholars gen. assembly

DUL-AN sa 400 Grades 11 ug 12 Aboitiz scholars nagkatapok sa Cebu City niadtong Hunyo 25 atol sa Aboitiz High School Scholars General Assembly and Career Clinic, diin nakakuha og dugang educational lessons nga magamit human sa pagtuon sa kolehiyo.

Ang Aboitiz High School Financial Assistance Program scholars sa Aboitiz Foundation ug Aboitiz units Visayan Electric Co., Inc., East Asia Utilities Corp, Cebu Private Power Corp. lakip sa Aboitiz partners Banilad Center for Professional Development and Science and Technology Education Center ang ning-apil sa kalihokan.

Ang career clinic’s plenary session gipasiugdahan ni Gabriel Billones, founder and Chief Executive Officer saY Loop Digital Solutions, usa ka Manila-based agency specializing sa digital innovation for social causes and advocacies.

Siya mohatag og insights sa responsible nga digital citizenship, paghatag og giya sa mgs tunghaan sa epektibo nga brand ambassadors sa Aboitiz brand ug academic institution nga ilang gipresentahan sa asembliya.

Ang mga partisipante atol sa High School General Assembly ug Career Clinic, uban sa mga representate gikan sa Aboitiz Foundation ug Aboitiz business units.

Ang Grade 11 scholars nakakat-on bahin sa pag-excell sa senior high school tracks gikan sa Department of Education’s Senior Education Program Specialist Jona Valdez.

Samtang, ang Grade 12 scholars nakakat-on bahin sa Commission on Higher Education’s student financial assistance programs ug priority courses gikan sa CHED Region VII Program Supervisor Melissa Castillote.

Sila usab nakakat-on sa pag-ila sa Aknow of CHED’s Unified Student Financial Assistance System for Tertiary Education (UNIFAST), usa ka student loan sa Chan program, gikan sa CHED Region VII Project Technical Staff Daniel Malunjao.

“More than the support we give by way of financial assistance and scholarships, we hope that through our guidance, you will strive to excel and live out the values of integrity, teamwork, innovation, and responsibility. In the future, we hope you will look back to this day as the fuel that ignited a strong desire to advance business and communities. We hope that whatever you learned -- or will learn -- in school and from us, hones you to become nation-builders..,” matod ni Aboitiz Foundation’s First Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Maribeth Marasigan. (PR)


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