GULFTODAY - Five Filipinos in the UAE have accepted what the Philippine Consulate General (Dubai)-Ateneo de Manila University (AdMU)-Philippine Business Council (Dubai) “Leadership and Social Entrepreneurship Programme (LSE) had to offer.
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KABAYAN WEEKLY — A total of 53 overseas Filipinos (OFs), wearing their best black and white clothes and with their heads held high, received their diploma during their graduation as an “Atenista” last month after completing the six-month Leadership and Social Entrepreneurship (LSE) program of the Ateneo School of Government (ASoG).
LSE Batch 26 projected about AED3.6 Million in combined revenues from the various social enterprises created by the graduates who banded together in 14 working groups. Two groups which are expected to activate their business plans in the short term were awarded the PHP50,000 Pick Fund. They are TaraKabayan, an online business, and the FEME Connect directory of excellent Filipinos.