The Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology (CET) of the University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines is hosting the Virtual Faculty Bootcamp Teaching Entrepreneurship Courses for USTP Claveria.
Bootcamp participants pose for a virtual group picture
This is to equip the members of the faculty teaching entrepreneurship courses on the process, generation of creative ideas and the steps involved in building a successful venture exploring technology trends.
Lecture slides on technopreneurship
Lectures include opportunity recognition, how to talk to users, raising capital and creating a perfect pitch.
Dr. Ruvel J. Cuasito, OIC Chancellor of USTP Claveria Campus, welcomes the participants
Dr. Ruvel J. Cuasito, OIC Chancellor of USTP Claveria, said this is a great opportunity for everyone to learn about technopreneurship. Forty-five (45) slots were opened for the members of the faculty in Claveria Campus. “Take advantage of this time that even [with] this pandemic, this kind of opportunity comes within our reach,” Dr. Cuasito said.
USTP System President Dr. Ambrosio B. Cultura II shares his message to the participants
Dr. Ambrosio B. Cultura II, USTP System President, in his message encouraged the participants to go into technopreneurship and target more technology commercialization. This is part of the University’s commitment to advance, innovate and provide technology solutions to the present challenges like in this time of pandemic and continue to explore possibilities guided by the university’s 7-point Agenda coined as DYNAMIC.
Engr. Bronson G. Mabulay lectures on opportunity recognition
Engr. Bronson G. Mabulay, the Director for Innovative and Technology Solutions of USTP CDO, is the lecturer in the bootcamp. Ms. Fritzie B. Salado heads the Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology.
PJ V. dela Peña, USTP System Strategic Communication Office