Helping someone to see them become better is not an easy task. You need to exert all your efforts, attention and time to achieve it. And that’s what ERNI is trying to achieve this time. To extend a helping hand to those students who are self-driven and want to achieve big, memorable and useful things in the future. And recently, a big journey towards achieving this goal got underway.
During first months of 2019 the very first 15 ERNI scholarship students, which includes five ladies and ten gentlemen, visited the Philippines site. The scholars were warmly welcomed by Joseph Cadag, Service Unit Leader and Patric Lengacher, Managing Director, APAC, together with the Philippines Corporate Team and employees. Around five in the afternoon, the ERNI scholars gathered at ERNI site, most of them having freshly come from school. ERNI culture and history were introduced to them and they were allowed to have a meet and greet with all the colleagues. During their short stay here, they shared all their experiences from school and how happy they were for slowly stepping out of their comfort zones. They gained new friends and faced new experiences and challenges as the program went by. The visit ended with a short pizza party before the students were sent to their homes safe and sound.
The 15 students are a product from three different schools in the Philippines, particularly around the Mandaluyong area. These schools are the A. Bonifacio IS school with five scholars, the Jose Fabella MHS with six scholars and the Addition Hills IS with four scholars. Their session already started on 22 December 2018 and their target is to finish the course after 20 sessions.
The fifteen students are a product from three different schools in the Philippines particularly around Mandaluyong area. These schools are A. Bonifacio IS school that has five scholars, Jose Fabella MHS that has six scholars and Addition Hills IS that has four scholars. Their session already started last December 22, 2018 and targeted to have 20 sessions to finish the course.