Are you contagious?

Last September 25, the 3-day Unilab Ideas Positive Youth Camp has culminated with a competition among the top 5 schools that participated in its “research-based social marketing initiatives among college students that promote or advance health and wellness at the community level” viral video contest.

I bet you are!

About Ideas Positive
Ideas Positive: The Unilab Youth Camp for Change is organized by United Laboratories, Inc. (UNILAB) in collaboration with Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide-Manila.

The Winners
After surviving a stressful judging process from a highly reputable roster of jurors, Team BIGGKAS from the University of Asia and Pacific emerged as the winner with their project about Hydroponic Farming.

Grand Prize Winner Team Biggkass of the University of Asia and the Pacific with Dr. Oscar Tinio, Mark Ruiz, Bert Manlapit, and Jack Orendain

Too bad our entry from UP Manila didn’t make it but still it’s a good experience to be able to attend Unilab’s Ideas Positive culminating activity. Besides the free food and snacks (yummy!), the lessons that we were able to learn from the notable people who were present there inspired us to do something , too to make a change in our own little way.

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About Marj Casal

Maria Angelica Nepomuceno Casal is a student of the University of the Philippines Manila and this blog is created as part of the requirements of my OC152 class. And might as well be a long term hobby.
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One Response to Are you contagious?

  1. slightlydillydallying says:

    Ideas Positive is a concrete example of utilizing the talents and skills of the youth so as to incite social change. It is an excellent endeavor launched by Unilab. My bet was Team Biggkas is going to bag the first place. Apparently, they did. I genuinely think this project should be an annual practice from now on.

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