WATCH. Thanksgiving Program and Presentation of ICT Outputs of the Provincial Government’s ICT scholars at STI – WNU.
The ICT scholars of the Provincial Government of Negros Occidental presented their ICT outputs to Gov. Bong Lacson during the Thanksgiving Program and Presentation of Outputs held at the WNU – STI in Bacolod City, yesterday (Aug. 2).
The scholars are grantees of the ICT Scholarship under the Negros Occ. Scholarship Program (NOSP); they are taking up BS Information Technology.
The scholars conceptualized and developed systems showcasing their skills in software development and applications.
Gov. Lacson thanked WNU – STI for providing scholars the knowledge they need to become effective contributors to the community.
He also thanked the NOSP led by Karen Dinsay for the sincere effort in promoting Negrense youth empowerment, as well as the parents of the scholars for their support and encouragement.
According to Gov. Lacson, COVID-19 and its consequent political, economic, health, and social repercussions have clearly accelerated the need for digital transformation.
The governor lauded the scholars for their academic accomplishments. “May you advance to be innovative and progressive individuals, and responsible citizens of our province and country,” he said. “Given your training, you have the capacity to create solutions based on the needs we are currently facing and are going to face in the future,” he added.
Present in the activity were STI – WNU Executive Vice President, Dr. Ryan Mark Molina, CICT Dean, Dr. Mae Lodana, and NOSP Head, Karen Dinsay, among others.