By Maria Alyssa Ochoa and Cherry Mae Salazar
Twenty-two college student council officers and 39 co-curricular officers attended a leadership training organized by the Student Affairs Office.
“Leadership trainings are important to develop one’s spirituality and to discover one’s giftedness. They also allow the leaders to establish relationships and instill service and responsibility among themselves. Paulinian leadership is not only about leading people but also becoming an exemplar of Paulinian spirituality and values,” Ms. Marible Corcolla, Head of the Student Affairs Office, said.
Imbibing Paulinian Core Values
Five college student councils–College of Arts and Sciences (CAS), College of Business Administration (CBM), College of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences (CNAHS), College of Music and Performing Arts (CMPA), and Teacher Education Program (TEP)–participated in the leadership training held in the Mt. St. Paul Retreat Hose, La Trinidad, Benguet on 27-30 May 2012.
Different from the skills proficiency training, this year’s leadership training focused on…
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