ICES hosts in-campus Summer School of Life

Date Posted: September 15, 2023 at 02:49 PM

Summer School of Life is back on campus. 

The Integrated Community Extension Office’s annual training program for partner communities was back in full blast inside the campus, with various sessions being held under different colleges in a two-day event. 

Opening festivities were officially held July 18 at the Adamson University campus, where Engineering Dean Dr. Merlinda Palencia, University Registrar Assoc. Prof. Emilia Vicencio and VP for Financial Affairs Rafael Eloriaga, CM welcomed the participants. 

Two-day programs include those spearheaded by the departments of the College of Engineering, namely Basic Carpentry Workshop (Civil Engineering), Livelihood Enhancement Program, Poster Design Making (Computer Engineering), AM and FM Radio Amplifier Workshop (Electronics Engineering), Electrical Wiring Installation (Electrical Engineering), Lecture-Demo on Recycling (Industrial Engineering), Lecture-Demo on Basic Welding (Mechanical Engineering). 

The College of Business Administration also offered a Business Management Workshop, while the College of Education held a Day Care Teacher’s Training. The Library Services hosted a session on Organization and Care for Library Materials. 

Among those trainings held last July 18 include a Geo Hazards Workshop (Geology) and Traditional and Health Care Modalities (Nursing) programs. 

The Guidance Services, meanwhile, offered a learning session and activity on Personality Development, Leadership and Mental Health. The Institute for Religious Education held the culminating activity for its sessions on Good Governance for Social Development. 

The College of Pharmacy hosted a Medical Mission at the partner community in Payatas, Quezon City. 

Closing ceremonies were held July 19 featuring testimonies from the participants and words from ICES Director Fr. Rowen Carlos, CM.