Sorry for being busy and out of post guys.
I'm just too busy in my prelims and really need to study hard.
I can't have any failing grades right now because it that happens I'll be 1 year late.
I can't accept 6 years in college.
That's a mind blowing already!
Well, here's a glimpse of the summit I attended 6 months ago.
I forgot to post this and remember it yesterday.
This is a huge opportunity for me and some of my classmate and friends.
We met almost all of the Civil Engineers throughout the whole island of the Philippines.
There are some engineers also from other country.
This is a 3 day summit that was held in our place..
We help in the event and our school was chosen to be the volunteer.
I'm so lucky because I'm one of the student chosen to be a volunteer.
It is fun yet tiring.
Taking a picture before the summit starts.
The others are still designing the tables.
Girl power! Who says engineering is for man only?
Well that's wrong women nowadays try it all.
We can excel in different fields.
Waiting for other engineers so we can start by marching the flags of each place with their representative or president.
While the summit is going on and there are lots of speaker that gives different topic which is helpful to us students.
At the storage room, we pack school supplies to donate for the children.
The day won't end without a party.
Taking a picture with the mascot.
It is the KALOKALIKE of Jihnky Pacquiao.
She's a singer.
Every day comes with a different event.
1ST DAY: Welcoming of the engineers.
Listening to forums.
2ND DAY: Day for the students!
Seminar for the students.
Quiz Bee and more
3RD DAY: Forum and seminar again.
Awarding and Thanksgiving
The summit gives us a great experience and lesson.
I met engineers who can be an inspiration.
You can see their differences.
Some of their are new and some are old.
They give me advice, ask me questions, and more.
All I can say this is worth it!
Representing our team.
Each team were given a designated job and leader.
I hope soon I'm the one who's attending this summit not just by being a volunteer but being one of those highly respected engineers :)