Graduating class, I am about the same age as your parents. And so I thought that whatever lifelong lessons I may share with you this afternoon, chances are, you may have already heard from them. Instead, I’d like to try something different. Reverse things if possible– that is, can we, the older ones here today learn from the 20 something year olds? From those who are just about to start their professional careers?

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Through its Office for External Programs (OEP), Malayan Colleges Laguna (MCL) signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with Lazada on May 2, 2018. Owned by Alibaba Group, Lazada is the pioneer of the e-commerce ecosystem in Southeast Asia, particularly in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam, offering the widest range of products in categories ranging from consumer electronics to household goods, toys, fashion, sports equipment, and groceries.

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As part of equipping MCL students to be globally competitive individuals in the future, the Center for Guidance and Counseling (CGC) set up a two-day career event titled Career 101: Personality at Work for graduating students last March 15 and April 4, 2018. The event was comprised of different talks to prepare future professionals as they enter the real world.

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As part of the future of the Philippine film scene, a production team of B.A. Communication – Multimedia Arts and B.A. Broadcasting students lived their dream as they entered the finals of the 7th Gawad Obra Film Festival (Open-School Category) with their entry “Magkita Tayo,” winning two (2) major awards.

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To strengthen mental health awareness within the institution, Malayan Colleges Laguna’s (MCL) Center for Guidance and Counseling (CGC) organized a seminar titled “Mind Matters” on February 20, 2018. “We at CGC believe that education is a powerful tool to cope with mental health issues,” CGC Head Ms. Mabeth B. Francia mentioned on this matter. “Students are quite aware of the problem and yet there are misconceptions on how to recognize and handle it.”

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This year’s Anilag Festival, held last March 10 to 17, 2018, served as an avenue for Malayan Colleges Laguna (MCL) students to showcase their competence to the province of Laguna as they prevailed in two (2) of its events. Competing with 40 representatives from different Laguna cities and municipalities, three (3) experienced pageant participants from MCL brought home awards from the much-awaited Ginoo at Binibining Laguna 2018.

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Working together to promote the protection and the strengthening of the country’s resources, third (3rd) year Tourism Management (TM) and Hotel Restaurant Management (HRM) students taking up Meetings, Incentives, Conventions, and Exhibition (M.I.C.E.) Management organized a fundraising event last March 12 titled ECO Con 2018, with the theme “A Step Towards Nature Preservation.” Short for “Ecology Congress,” ECO Con 2018 aimed to enlighten its audience on how to act responsibly while visiting Philippine tourist attractions.

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In today’s world where depression is as prominent as the advancement of technology, mental health has now become more acknowledged by society. As mental health advocates, Malayan Colleges Laguna’s (MCL) Architecture students Evan Gilbert C. Basila, Mac Kenley Jones “KenJo” V. Jucom, and Jan Gaebielle “Jana” C. Morales showed their support by joining Alterchitecture 2017: An Ideas Competition on Architectural Innovation, a design competition organized by United Architects of the Philippines Student Auxiliary – University of the Philippines Diliman Chapter (UAPSA-UPD).

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