The Paglaum Multi-Purpose Cooperative offered to partner with USTP Oroquieta to help students who want to engage in small business. This will be in the form of livelihood assistance provided by Paglaum Multi-Purpose Cooperative for students who want to establish a startup. Dr. Glorimer Clarin, the Acting Campus Director of USTP Oroquieta, plans to identify students who are interested in the livelihood assistance. Both parties are still working on a series of meetings for the project.
Mr. Handumon visits the food laboratory in Oroquieta.
Despite the pandemic, classes have been conducted through the university’s Flexible Learning Program. USTP is handing out free tablets and load to selected students who could not afford gadgets and mobile data needed for distance learning.
Ruthy Valdez, Strategic Communication Office – Oroquieta Campus