you're reading...
AITOpinion, Nadine Gutierrez, Videos

Prof. Fresnoza: AITSC doing a ‘good’ job but misses full potential


Prof. Paolo Fresnoza expresses his two cents to Salimbay regarding Prof. Ortiz’s video interview and the student council’s untapped potential.

Advertisements

About aitsalimbay

The official newsletter of the UP Asian Institute of Tourism.

Discussion

One thought on “Prof. Fresnoza: AITSC doing a ‘good’ job but misses full potential

  1. Just realized that we must not bash the leaders. We have voted for them in the first place. We must support them.

    To the incoming AIT Student Council, may you open up yourselves more to people that are not within your inner circle, the sphere of influence is quite big. As you have said, 389 likes! The potentials of students are greatly untapped. They cannot find a role (more than the audience’s role) that they can act upon. Give them the roles, give to the students the limelight. Make them the actors, be humble enough to support the students.

    Sa panahon ngayon, pagod na ang tao sa mga events. Not to be a project-based council but a council that truly voices the opinions and thinking of students. Low prep activities will have a greater potential to bond the students. yun naman ang kailangan ng AIT ee’, maging united, suportahan ang isa’t isa. matutong makipagkapwa. maging proud na tayo ay taga-AIT.

    Good relationships create bond. Invest time on people, they are the greatest asset of any ‘managing body’. Through the strings that attached our minds and hearts, we can share our vision for AIT. When the students grasp that vision, it gives birth to commitment and involvement.

    Mas hindi pa nakakapagod, though, with all honesty, hindi ito madali, for sure. Mahirap kasi na sumabak ka sa kalye at sumigaw para sa isang bagay kung alam mong hindi siya align sa vision mo.

    Salamat sa incumbent student council, sa inyong pagpapagal at pagtyatyaga. Salamat huh, sobrang naappreciate ko kayo.

    Pero students, vote wisely pa rin tayo!

    Posted by Michelle Claudine Mañalac | February 16, 2012, 07:33

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: