GenEd Week: Interfacetival

          With the theme “Developing Communication Skills for Success”, Interface Computer College Manila celebrated the General Education Week last August 25-26, 2011.

          The two-day festivities delighted the Interface family with the different activities and side events where everyone witnessed the eagerness, enthusiastic and fierceness attitude of the students who participated in the different activities of the Gen Ed Week.


          Jerome Andres, President of the General Education Student Council (GESC) presented the mission statement of GESC. The mission of the Young Manager’s Club (YMC) and the Secretarial, Tourism and Hotel and Restaurant Services (STaHRS), which falls under the GESC umbrella, were also presented.

          Pricing Bee game, organized by YMC served as an appetizer for the celebration. Students’ art works were displayed while the Filipino Club catered delicious and nutritious Filipino foods with their “Pagkaing Pilipino” booth. Photo Booth of YMC was also part of the celebration.

           The annual Gen. Ed Race where teams must pass through different challenges and tasks with regards to general knowledge also was a fun to watch. The Red Team of Cedrick Capacete, Rachel Joy Rivera, Ryan Manansala, Jovy Castulo and Mary Jane Peña won the exciting race. The seminar entitled “Developing Communications Skills for Success” was conducted later in the afternoon, with Mr. Donald Baltazar as the guest speaker.

           On the second day, students enjoyed and were thrilled with the exciting Bingo Pinoy games. Reader’s Theater, which aims to develop the skills and proficiency of students in English, was won by “The Articulators” and GE11A1 groups. The festive-like celebration culminated with the presentations of the Filipino cultures and traditions through the Song Interpretation and Folk Dance contests where students from all levels gave the best of their talents. Students from GE11P1 won 1st place in the Song Interpretation contest while the groups from COE11P1, GE11A3 AND GE11A1 (BSBA) end up tied for the 2nd place. Computer engineering students from COE51P1 won the Folk Dance competition.

           The last few hours of the celebration was a fitting end to a one of the most memorable school celebrations of Interface Computer College.

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