These sessions sought to open the eyes of participants to various professions which are not popular, yet has value in building national and global economies.
Dr. Henry Ramos, from the University of the Philippines shared his experience in the field of Science.
Mr. David Ballalila, an established Agriculturist and Urban Farmer, promoted the value of an Agricultural profession.
Lastly, Chief Engineer Marvin Ban-eg harped on the idea of exploring a future in the Shipping profession, while touring the participants to different facilities and sites within the MIS.
Film Sessions were held to make participants realize certain uknowns about the professional life locally and internationally.
2 Million Minutes/3 Idiots
The mother and son tandem of Ms. Reyna and Anto Carillo also facilitated film viewing sessions on the movies “3 Idiots” and “2 Million Minutes.” After watching the aforementioned, several workshops ensued to test the knowledge and understanding of our participants to the lessons the films wished to convey.
Prayer and Lecture Session held during the second and third day of the camp.
Also, for the second and third days respectively, Mr. Aldean Pablo also started the following days with devotional sessions, rooted in faith, love and prayer.
3rd ANNUAL MAGSAYSAY YOUTH LEADERSHIP CAMP
Homer Foundation Inc. successfully staged the 3rd Annual Magsaysay Youth Leadership Camp last May 27 to 29th, at the Magsaysay Institute of Shipping in Dasmarinas, Cavite. With this year’s theme “Building Capacities, Harnessing Capacities and Creating Possibilities”, the sessions were mainly focused on Leadership, Communications, Team Building and Career Visioning.
A total of 69 participants trooped to the camp, from ages 12-15 and 16-21. 10 volunteers and 20 speakers also helped facilitate the conduct of activities in the 3 day meet.
Leadership 101, in the Age of Information
During the first day, it was the turn of the Magsaysay top line managers to share their views on important virtues of Leadership, in the age of information.
The intent of this session was to promote each participant’s sense of self-expression, based on a graduated needs analysis for each age bracket.
Career Visioning Sessions
This session sought to provide an experiential narrative of professional life to our participants
Team Building Session
The following morning of the Second Day, Mr. Lem Policarpio, Dean of Students of the MIS, spearheaded the Team Building Session, along with the cadets of the MIS.
Teams were divided into four- The Yellow, Green, Red and Orange teams.
They were asked to do four activities, as seen in the photos below. And to culminate the team building workshop, all participants were asked to work together as one team in climbing the 20 foot high wall.