Keona Liuson, PATA PH Enderun Colleges Student Chapter Chairperson, will be flying to Ras Al Khaimah, UAE this coming October 24 to attend her first Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) Board meeting during the PATA Annual Summit 2022. Comprising of Industry Leaders’ Conference, Leaders’ Forums, Experiential Tours, and Travel Mart, it will be an engaging 3 days full of productive discussion and shared knowledge.
After opening the College of Architecture and Design (CAD) to expand towards the field of art, Enderun Colleges introduced a new educational opportunity for those with a passion for creating. With its pioneer batch beginning this August 2022, Enderun proudly launches its latest course: Bachelor of Multimedia Arts. Touching on the world of diversified art, the school wants to create a space where students may create content to jumpstart their future.
Are you stressing over job applications? Perhaps you’re worried about how you’re going to build just the right resume to land your dream job? To be fully prepared and ready for the following can be hard to attain, especially with little to no guidance. It’s important to think about how we’re going to go about such as early as now, given that as students, we have time to build on our experiences and explore certain things we might enjoy in the future.
It’s no secret that there’s great passion and love for art in the Philippines. From painting, carving, dancing, singing, film, and many more- for a great deal of such, we Filipinos have integrated our culture into our craft. It’s a very important part of us, and each practice and belief is held dearly by many.
As the next presidential election approaches, the Enderun Leadership Program and Titan’s Vote Team in partnership with Vote Pilipinas and Enderun League of Economic Development hosted a three-day event last May 6, 20, and 27 to encourage the youth to use their voices and exercise their right to vote. Presenting all information needed to get started on voting with the help of guest speakers and Q&A sessions, the webinar series has empowered many students to take a stand and register to vote for the future of our country.
As coronavirus cases continue to rise, it can be difficult to hold out hope for life outdoors to return any time soon. The sudden change to quarantine has forced us all to adjust to a whole new lifestyle. Some of us may have discovered new hobbies, have begun to work towards our goals in life, and have even begun to improve what we lack. It shows that despite the limitations presented to us, we still managed to work our way around it.
With the coronavirus pandemic leading to a global lockdown, our lives outdoors have come to a pause, and most if not all of us have been forced to transition into an online setting. Now that it has been a “new normal” for us for about a year, interest in digital work and the call for User Experience Designers have come to arise.
Everybody makes mistakes. No matter the age or sexuality, leading the “perfect” life is something out of reach. There will always be bumps along the road, and that’s okay. It’s part of life. In a world where negative judgment has fit into the norm, especially in the media, cancel culture has become a practice to deliberately guilt-shame and bash people online for certain actions that they’ve done, whether in the past or present, that are deemed “unacceptable”.