One of the most crucial ingredients that college students should have before further pursuing their careers in the future is to have inspiration and motivation. These could come from different sources – such as your professors, friends, family, people you look up to, or professionals in the industry. And when an opportunity to spark that inspiration and motivation arises, it is only reasonable to hop on that train.
Category: Titan Beat
In the early morning of September 21, flocks of Enderun students seated themselves within various corners of the Titans’ Annex Building. Others remained comfortably settled on class chairs, while groups of friends huddled closely together. For those who weren’t at the Annex- you could find them scattered in classrooms and open grounds. Despite the different locations, positions, and ideals, that morning of September showed one clear agenda that all of Enderun Colleges agreed upon- the Commemoration of the 50th Martial Law Anniversary.
Another year, another round of the Enderun Entrepreneurs Society and the Office of Career Services’ (OCS) internship series. It is one of the most awaited events of the year because it covers an exciting and critical part of every Titan’s journey, their Internship. This year’s theme was a question and answer forum entitled “Questions, Anyone?” wherein the OCS and guest speakers answer burning questions from students. The event was held last September 29, 4:00-6:00 p.m, at the CA Amphitheater and in Zoom.
Last September 13, 2022, Ms. Emilie Hagedorn had a workshop at Enderun Colleges. Ms. Emilie is an ICRT (International Center for Responsible Tourism) alumna and has been studying Responsible Tourism since 2007. She has practiced her work in many places, but a highlight would be her work for the Fair Trade Tourism in South Africa. With her business in Utrecht, Netherlands called “Green Heart Tourism” which practices sustainable tourism consultancy, she has helped many nations. Her business has plenty of activities or services, from sustainable marketing to virtual training, Ms. Emilie is the ideal mentor if you are interested in taking tourism as a course in the future
After two long, virtual years, the campus has finally opened its doors to welcome the newest batch of Titans, the Enderun way. Considering this is Enderun’s first physical New Student Orientation (NSO) since the pandemic broke out, the school went the extra mile, as usual, and prepared fun and interactive activities such as Scavenger Hunt and Amazing Race. The NSO was held last August 9 and 10 at the Enderun Tent with the theme “Titans in Wonderland.”
It’s that time of year when we’re all excited to be back on campus and see all our friends again. To fully be prepared, we need to mentally prepare ourselves, since it’ll be another adjustment. Before we get too excited about going back, here are a few ways to be mentally prepared for Face to Face Classes.
Do you believe that you, too, could advocate for fighting rights through the simplest ways?
The beginning of a new school year is finally upon us. This means new Enderun students arriving for both college and senior high school. One of the most daunting experiences in life is starting school in a completely new environment. Having to meet new faces, new professors and start a new beginning.