Together with the key officials, faculty members and staff of their respective Departments, students took part in a series of extracurricular activities that aims to foster unity and to promote camaraderie and rapport among the students, instructors and administrative staff.
Last August 5-9, 2013, The Department of Forestry and Environmental Sciences held their annual Forestry Week celebration with this year’s theme: “Greening the Environment through Green Minds”. The event featured skills competitions such as Quiz Bee, Leaf and Wood Identification and their annual hiking activity that took place from Cemento to Dicaloyungan. A tribute for the new Foresters and the first Forestry Alumni Night marked the difference
of the celebration this year.
Meanwhile, the Industrial Technology Department conducted their BIT-Days from August 7-10 with the theme “BIT Supremacy through Accountability and Responsibility “. Students from the Department underwent a series of team-building activities facilitated by the 56IB headed by LTC Bernardo M. Oña.
Subsequently, the Department of Engineering, Information Technology and General Education also held their Sports Festival from August 13-15, 15-17, and 16-18 respectively. The activities included friendly games between the different teams from the different year levels aiming to build a strong bond and cohesion as a group. It also served as the team training for the incoming College Intramurals.
With the theme: “Unleashing Agriculture’s Potential and Young Professionals Beyond the Frontiers of Tomorrow’s Challenges”, the Agriculture and Aquatic Sciences Department held its Agri-Days from August 21-23, 2013. The three-day activity included skills competition, friendly games and the search for Mr. and Ms. Agriculture. To make the celebration more informative, the Department also invited Alumni to share their Board Exam experiences and some techniques that will be beneficial for the future examinees. In return, they were given a Certificate of Recognition. A dinner and dance party culminated the activity.
Engaging in activities as such provide opportunities for student personal development through leadership, diversity and teamwork.