6th LCC Leadership and Career Congress

For the past five years, LCC has been providing students from all across Albay province an opportunity to be part of something truly worthwhile. And on its 6th year, LCC once again had its Leadership and Career Congress.

Thousands of students from different schools in Albay and Sorsogon gathered in Ibalong Centrum for Recreation for the Leadership and Career Congress on Septemeber 22. The venue was jam-packed with crowd, both students and school coordinators. The event was not just filled with people, but also overflowed with prizes and surprises.

Booths were setup in the venue where participants enjoyed playing games, posing in a photo booth, face painting, and many more activities that has hyped the energy of the students while waiting for the program to start. Moreover, as a gesture of gratitude, LCC invited the different Deans and school administrators for a luncheon gathering. While giveaways are being showered to the students through sling shots, raffle prizes were given during the luncheon to their professors. The program hasn’t started yet that time, but the fun already began.

The 6th LCC Leadership and Career Congress has a theme of “Bicolano Millenials on the Rise”. In relevance to its theme this year, LCC invited local and foreign professional speakers. Ms. Margaret Yunque of Talas Data Intelligence tackled the Digital Life and its impact to the young entrepreneurs. The story of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy De Leon had the participants teary-eyed wherein they inspired the attendees with their P20 to Multimillion possibilities. After a moving talk, Karen Aisa T. Morales from Philippine Airlines boosted the participants’ confidence with her topic in Social Graces. She also discussed the do’s and don’ts when applying for a job. The fourth speaker, Mr. Michael Angelo Lobrin of Chooks to go! had the attendees rumbling with laughter with his comedic and witty discussion. He talked about how millennials are changing because of so many factors in the society. However, he stressed that these should not ruin the values instilled to us way before this technological advancements. The fifth speaker is an Irish who wrote a book about Filipinos. Mr. Mike Grogan, stressed out in his discussion to be always proud of who we are because that’s what make us Filipino.

The Leadership and Career Congress has reminded the 7,000 participants that it is okay to open the doors and windows to the wind of change as long as the values and characteristics of a true Bicolano should be seen in our acts and deeds. LCC once again provided the participants a one-of-a-kind experience filled with fun, entertainment, prizes, learning and realizations.

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