Wednesday, December 9, 2015

21st STI NYC launched in the city of Pines

The 21st STI National Youth Convention is on the road once again and the first stop in this nationwide caravan is the City of Pines. More than 2800 students from 13 STI schools from Alaminos, Cauayan, Dagupan, Iligan, Laoag, La Union, San Fernando Pampanga, San Jose, Santiago, Tarlac, Tuguegarao, Vigan and host school Baguio were in attendance of the one day affair at the Baguio Convention Center.

The Deaf Association of STI College Baguio opens the NYC with their interpretation of the Invocation hymn..

STI College Baguio School Administrator Ms. Maggie Rillera welcomes all delegates once again to the Baguio Convention.

Consult Asia Global Solutions Managing Director Ms. Tinette Cortes shares her story from the time she graduated from College and to the time she was hired in the country's five star hotel's. Her experiences boosted her character to what she is now.

Spanky Enriquez's vast experience in the Hospitality Industry including his new television show were instrumental in giving STIers another angle on Innovating in the Travel and Hospitality Industry.

Multi-Awarded Singer Songwriter Joey Ayala shared to STiers his Philosophies on Innovation and capped it up with his proposed version of the Philippine National anthem.

IdeaSpace Ventures Head Dustin Masancay shared his experiences on many start-ups that were forwarded to them and how innovations play a big role in having the next big idea in the field of ICT.

As the Microsoft Philippines Lead in Education, David Tapang encourages STIers to appreciate the latest technology, embrace it and in the future be a part of in developing it.

Dr. Ricky Bunag shares how he himself made innovations while being a professor at STI.

Ms. Clemence Soriano of STI College Baguio sings an intermission number for the STIers attending the convention.

The Travel and Hospitality Management Speakers together with yours truly wrapping up the convention.

Raffle winners from various STI schools pose with the speakers for a souvenir photo.

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