ISCOF joins 7th Phil Transformative Approaches to Innovative Leadership (TRAIL) Summer Camp
By E. Bernardo
Office of Student Affairs (OSA) Director Prof. Grace Bunda, Federated College Supreme Student Council (CSSC) Adviser Professor Jose Niño Crauz, CSSC Main Tiwi president Juswa Tandug, and CSSC Main Poblacion president John Carl Cado attended the Seventh Philippines Transformative Approaches to Innovative Leadership (TRAIL) Summer Camp sponsored by Youthlead Philippines on Apr. 24 to 28 at Bohol Plaza Resort, Dauis, Panglao Island, Bohol.
The faculty delegates were trained on governance and development best practices (the Tagbilaran Model), civic society organization partnership towards better governance (the Bohol Model), student formation and development practices, and PDMS+ABCD (Bohol’s Approach to Poverty Reduction.
Tandug and Cado, the student leaders, were trained on event management, office management, productive meetings and minutes writing, business letter writing, conflict management, and student welfare administration.
OSA and CSSC plan on conducting an offshoot program KampSama: the 2019 ISCOF System Student Leaders’ Training Camp in August when the academic year officially opens.