Davao Student-Leaders Join Globe-AFI Leadership Communities Camp

Globe Telecom has partnered with Ayala Foundation, Inc. to bring student-leaders to a 3-day leadership camp, as part of its Leadership Communities (LeadCom) program.

Mayor Sara Duterte gives keynote address in LeadCom Davao (photo credit: Globe Telecom)

The LeadCom camp in Davao was held in Loleng’s Mountain Resort from June 27 to 29, 2012. About 100 college students were invited to the camp.

Participating schools in Davao are Ateneo de Davao University, Brokenshire College, Davao Doctors College, Holy Cross College of Davao College, Philippine Women’s College of Davao, San Pedro College, University of the Immaculate Conception, University of Mindanao, and University of the Philippines in Mindanao.

Student-leaders participate in LeadCom Davao (photo credit: Globe Telecom)

LeadCom participants are expected to use their leadership learning to create project proposals that would benefit their chosen community or school. Globe will also assist select group-recipients through the BridgeCom Fund for Social Innovation for a project that offers a solution to a community problem, and through the BridgeCom Fund for Sustainability for a project that can be implemented over a long period of time. The grants can be as much as P50,000. Bridging Communities or BridgeCom is Globe Telecom’s flagship corporate social responsibility program.

from left: Ferry Paralan (University of the Immaculate Conception), Rob Nazal (CSR Head, Globe Telecom), Mario Deriquito (Sr. Director, Ayala Foundation), Angela Ferrer (Ayala Business Club of Davao)

LeadCom follows the path of the Ayala Young Leaders Congress (AYLC), the main program of the Ayala Group of Companies for Youth Leadership Development, now on its 14th year. AYLC chooses student-leaders from different parts of the country for a student leadership summit. I am honored to be part of the 1st Ayala Young Leaders Congress held in Tagaytay.

It was also great to see AYLC batch mate Wardy Puyod, other AYLC alumni and Sir Monchito, the Tatay of Ayala Young Leaders, during the LeadCom launch in Zab’s Buffet Restaurant last Tuesday. So please allow me to reminisce my AYLC days by ending this entry with lines from my application essay (which got the attention of one of our keynote speakers, who actually mentioned it in his speech) — Let us make more and more dreams, and turn most of them, if not all, into wonderful realities.


Time for another giveaway!

Who is your favorite (school / community / religious / government) leader in Davao?

Share your answers by leaving a comment below. To make it more fun, we would be giving out P300 Globe load (three P100 Globe call, text and internet prepaid load cards) to one lucky commenter. Winner will be announced on Sunday, July 8.

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  1. Who else but the DUTERTE Father-Daughter Tandem? Love Love Love Davao! =)

  2. Nice, you get to train students and develop their leaderships skills 🙂

  3. I used to attend leadership meetups when I was younger and the lessons learned back then still helps me to this day.

  4. Fave leader? Sa wa’y pagduha-duha, si Sara and Rody Duterte, hehehehe…

  5. JUANderfulpinoy (@juanderfulpinoy)

    Congratulations Davao Student leaders . Keep up the good work

  6. Leadership forums such as this are very productive especially for the youth who represent our future.

  7. May mga familiar faces sa group photo ng mga student leaders. Awwww I miss college life na!

  8. Nice to know that Globe is doing such events to help students develop their potential.

  9. philip roman dayao

    leadership forum for the future leaders,

  10. great.. other big companies must also do their share for the community

  11. wow.. that’s a lot of participants.. way to go globe and ayala.. way to go Davaoenos 🙂

  12. Fr. Tabora, president of Ateneo de Davao. I get a lot from his homilies.

  13. i love the duterte tandem…

  14. Go lang ng GO. You can do that student-leaders!

  15. I miss those days attending leadership conferences like these. ^_^

  16. Thanks to everyone who joined in on the fun and shared their favorite Davao leaders! Although the contest has already come to a close, feel free to continue sharing your thoughts on commendable leaders in Davao.

    See who won in this post.

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