Tuesday, October 31, 2017

“Savings Mobilization & Entrepreneurial Mindset Seminar” for Housewives Conducted by CSA-B CABECS by: James U. Sy Jr.

Attendees, student scholars, faculty members, and speakers at the conclusion of the CABECS "Savings Mobilization & Entrepreneurial Mindset Seminar" for mothers and housewives from Prk. Sagrado, Brgy. Estefania, on August 5, 2017 at the Mini AVR, Colegio San Agustin-Bacolod (CSA-B) (James U. SY Jr./CMAS photo). The College of Accountancy, Business Education and Computer Studies (CABECS) successfully conducted the “Savings Mobilization & Entrepreneurial Mindset Seminar” for 11 mother-housewives from Prk. Sagrado, Brgy. Estefania as part of the department’s Community Extension Program (CEP) on August 5, 2017 at the Mini AVR, Colegio San Agustin-Bacolod (CSA-B). Featured speakers were former banker and CABECS Banking Instructor Rose P. De los Reyes, Ph.D., for “Savings Mobilization” and Ma. Theresa Garilao, MBA, Business Area Head, for “Entrepreneurial Mindset.” Organizing the seminar was Ma. Ines G. Lacson, MA.Ed, CABECS Outreach Coordinator. Faculty Members who were present to support the activity were Amelia Quingco, MBA, Tourism Area Head, Airyn Apale, Accountancy Area Head, Maricel A. Antiporda, and James U. Sy Jr. Jhoanna D. Guacana, CSA-B Bookstore In-Charge, was also in attendance. The seminar is a part of a series of activities aimed at assisting in alleviating and improving the standard of living for the less fortunate members of the community by educating them and giving them the conceptual tools that will help them start, build, and sustain their own small scale start up business. The next phase of the program is the Peanut Butter Making Seminar scheduled this coming August 19, 2017 to the same attendees. CSA-B’s Community Extension Program (CEP) is the institution’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) which puts to action the values it teaches in helping and giving back to society for its welfare and betterment, in line with its motto Virtus et Scientia, which is Latin for “Virtue and Science.”

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