30 MCCNHS students benefit from ‘Project Ambit’

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AT LEAST 30 students from the Mandaue City Comprehensive National High School (MCCNHS) benefited from Project Ambit, a project of the Urban Development Project of Mandaue City and World Vision (WV) Singapore.

Marilou P. Mabansag, principal of MCCNHS, told reporters on Monday, July 11, 2022, during the project's culmination, that these students are mostly from the school's Supreme Student Government (SSG).

Mabansag said the students were divided into two groups, with each group having 15 students who underwent a series of interactive seminars and workshops held every weekend.

The workshops aim to help them realize their potential as responsible citizens of the community.

Project Ambit, which stands for "Ang Matag Bata Importanteng Tudluan," is a localized and more conceptualized prototype of the Youth Expedition Program Goes Online (YEP-GO), a leadership training that started in March specifically for students handling leadership roles and teachers in schools.

It aims to tackle the common issues in education that the students of today's generation are struggling with, namely, in financial aspects, module distribution and retrieval, and students' well-being. (HIC)

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