STI Bags Multiple Anvils For Its Youth Oriented Programs

STI Bags Multiple Anvils For Its Youth Oriented Programs

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One of the country’s educational institutions – STI College, was recently recognized at the 55th Anvil Awards last February 28, 2020, for its programs aimed molding the next generation of Filipino achievers through its brand of holistic education.

STI received two (2) Gold Anvils for its STI SCOPE (Student’s Career Opportunity and Personality Evaluator) program that equipped youths with the proper tools and knowledge to make informed decisions with regard to their educational and professional paths. The educational institution was also recognized for its STI Career Camp, a free workshop for both Grade 10 and 12 students where they can explore their possible career options through different hands-on modules such as the Entrepreneurs Camp, Bakers Camp, Mobile Photography Camp, and Game Developers Camp.

“STI has always been committed in bringing out the best in our students so that they can become capable and well-rounded individuals in the future. That is why we developed these tools to guide young individuals and support our mission to mold Filipino achievers who are made to be more in their chosen career paths,” said Aisa Q. Hipolito, STI’s Vice President for Academics.

In the past year, STI College and STI Foundation was also on center stage when it won the coveted Grand Anvil award for its innovative STI Mobile School which reach thousands of public-school students and out-of-school youths nationwide.

The PRSP Anvil Awards is the premier award-giving body that recognizes the best communication campaigns in the Philippines. This year’s 55th Anvil Awards ‘Gabi ng Parangal’ was held at the Fiesta Pavilion, The Manila Hotel.

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