Monday, December 5, 2011

STI 17th National Youth Convention launches in Baguio

Students of STI College Baguio interpret the Invocation Hymn

All roads lead to the CAP John Hay Trade and Cultural Center on December 5, 2011 for the STI 17th National Youth Convention with this year’s theme “It’s all about ME, It’s all about WE!” STI’ers from different regions in the country are all excited to be part of the convention since the one of a kind approach of the convention aims to give students added knowledge that they usually don’t learn in school.

STI’ers are once again treated to this one of a kind extravaganza that has been a much awaited event for all STI students. This year’s STI National Youth Convention focuses on the students being guided through various topics that will enhance their self development to become better members of the community through three action packed presentations.

The first topic entitled “It’s all about ME, Me, Myself and I: Self Development” was delivered by Mr. Edwin Superable, a faculty member from STI College Novaliches.

The second topic, entitled It’s all about WE - Me & My Community was delivered by veteran trainer and author of numerous books on Abundance, Mr. PIDO AGUILAR.

Finally, the third topic entitled It’s all about US – Making a difference, was delivered by STI College Bacoor’s IT Instructor Mr. RICKY BUNAG

The national youth convention aims to systematically provide opportunities that would trigger discovery, clarification, establishment, and enhancement of specific values for STI students. The NYC will then go to Kalibo, Bacolod City, Ormoc City and Cebu City in January, Cagayan de Oro City, General Santos City and Davao City in February, Naga City and Puerto Princesa City in March.

Fourteen STI schools from North Luzon totalling two thousand eight hundred students and faculty members were there to witness the event. STIers from the Ilocos Region (Laoag and Vigan ), La Union, Pangasinan (Alaminos & San Carlo) Tarlac, Nueva Ecija (San Jose), Pampanga (San Fernando) Bulacan (Balagtas and Malolos) Isabela (Tuguegarao, Ilagan, Cauayan & Santiago) and host Baguio City were on hand to watch the launch of this nationwide event that will run until March 2012.


diane said...

super enjoy ngyon ng nyc :)
- diane of sti tugue

Anonymous said...

sino sino po kaya yung mga NYC dancer ? i just wanna know ?
from: student STI ORCA