I spoke today at the De La Salle University, Lasallian Enrichment Alternative Program or LEAP.
LEAP is a one-day event that aims to holistically develop Lasallians by offering alternative classes which cater to their special interest.
In front of about 40 students, I discussed the topic of: “Personal Branding & Blogging.”
It was a lot of fun being back in a college / university. I never really realized how different I am today as compared to my college days.
The Lasallian Enrichment Alternative Program (LEAP) is an annual activity during the University Week. It is sponsored by the Council of Student Organizations (CSO) and its accredited organizations, Student Council (SC) and its college and batch assemblies, and some offices in the University. This annual activity was approved by the Council of Deans in 2001, and has been supported by the university community since then. This year the LEAP is scheduled for Tuesday, February 16, 2010. The LEAP activity is implemented as follows.
In lieu of regular classes for the Tuesday, February 16, undergraduate students will attend one seminar/workshop as an alternative class. They can attend a morning session from 0900 to 1200 hrs. or an afternoon session from 1300 to 1600 hrs. Students are expected to have pre-registered for their preferred class. At the end of the session, students would be given certificates, which they would have to present to their teachers as proof of their attendance. Students who fail to attend an alternative class will be marked absent in all their regular classes for that day.
Anyway, I’ll post more about what I talked about and how it went on a different blog post.