The National Youth Convention (NYC) is back! This year, it’s amplified with more unforgettable experiences, fun approaches to applicable learning, and exciting educational innovations, which open more doors for STIers nationwide to explore and enjoy.
This one-of-a-kind educational caravan, spanning across the country, is highly anticipated by more than 30,000 STI students nationwide. The NYC extends the academic learning of the students outside the traditional classrooms to discover the latest trends in technology, acquire the most in-demand and job-ready skills and provide a venue to interact with fellow STIers from different campuses nationwide.
The NYC team, composed of inspiring speakers and sought-after professionals in various industries, travels across 10 key cities in the country to conduct the conference for thousands of STI students in various regions.
In view of the upcoming elections, this year’s theme, “Simulan Natin!” sets a perfect mood in encouraging STIers to become catalysts of change through various activities that promote interaction, innovation, and influence – the three key focus of the 15th NYC.
Last December 4, the NYC caravan kicked-off in Baguio City and went on to conduct learning activities to STI students within Bacolod, Kalibo, Ormoc, and Cebu.
On February 4 and 5 2010, STI students in Metro Manila and nearby environs flock the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City to get their share of edutainment from industry experts. It will be followed by another series of visits to Cagayan de Oro, Davao, and Naga. This three-month long event will end with a bang on March 12, 2010 in Puerto Princesa.
With 26 years of expertise in providing real-life education, STI continuously prepares its students to become globally competitive professionals through a combination of traditional and innovative learning activities, with unique educational approaches to learning such as the NYC.
As the NYC comes to a close, let us make the 15th NYC a truly defining moment for all of us as STIers nationwide heed the call for change and say, “Simulan Natin!”