Capitol U Sends Students for Immersion to ATI X

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KNOWING THE BASICS IN FARMING – Mr. Jeriel Canonigo, Farm Manager of ATI – RTC X, explains the importance of a good soil to the Senior High School students of Capitol University during their discussion and hands-on demonstration on the topic Natural Farming and Urban Gardening. This is part of the immersion program of the students to ATI.

EL SALVADOR CITY, MISAMIS ORIENTAL – Ten (10) Senior High School students of Capitol University (CU) undergo a 10-day immersion program of the office.

The immersion program provides venue for the students to become part of the office organization set-up, and learn how the office conducts and delivers its services to its clientele and to the public. The program is spearheaded by Ms. Shirley J. Delos Reyes and Ms. Miraflor Ofonda-Bonifacio, both from the Administrative and Finance Unit of ATI – RTC X. A course was prepared to accommodate the students and for them to understand the work and function of the office.

Included in the program are lectures on Training and Activity Design Making, Developing a Vision, Gender and Development, Personality Development, Communication and Social Media Etiquette, Farm Records Keeping, and Video Editing. Furthermore, there are also hands-on activities on Natural Farming and Urban Gardening, Livestock and Food Processing, and Value Adding, among others.

Immersion students from CU are Kent Goodwin Oliveros, Christian Michael Paayas, Bortz Donghil, Jude Ven Mart Roxas, John Rechie Dy, Joshua Tabaranza, Loyd Vincent Baconga, Sam Jay Azarcon, Howell P. Gorgolon, and Princess Gabrinao.

The immersion started last February 3, 2020 and will end on February 14, 2020. This is the 1st of the 2 batches of immersion students to be sent by CU to ATI. (with reports from Shirley J. Delos Reyes)