It was more than just enjoying and striving to help the local community seek solutions to its various concerns that was felt by one of the students from the University of Science and Technology Philippines Cagayan de Oro.
Staying in CTU for the Temasek Leadership Program helped Jared Paul Omison strengthen his personality to better understand the paradigm shifts of survival.
“I believe that CTU has the very big potential to be one of the best schools not just in Cebu but in the whole Philippines,” said Omison in an interview.
“As long as the students are really dedicated and teachers are willing to help, those contributions can help accomplish bigger tasks for the betterment of the school.
Omison admired CTU President Rosein A. Ancheta Jr. for his passion in going about the transformation of CTU into a progressive university following the president’s talk on infrastructure development carried out since 2015.
He said he’s more than willing to be back, sensing the extra mile put up by everyone to make the immersion successful—one of the key elements toward achieving the strategic plan of the university.
“I believe that this kind of training is not a waste of time … but it will help in developing ourselves most specially our goals in life.” KML/RM