Many say that today’s youth are tomorrow’s leaders. Our young leaders are expected to hold the solution for our bright future. Sadly, though, I see it that not all stand on equal footing with discrimination, inequality, and poverty coming along their paths. There are some students who, despite their immense potential, are not given that real chance for advancement.
Recognizing the promise among these young leaders could make that one difference that could change their lives. And a bottling firm acted upon this realization through paying forward.
Owning to its corporate social responsibility, this bottling company gathered together 40 of the country’s underserved yet deserving college students. They aim to hone the students’ practical leadership skills and enable them to become effective agents to lead, create and change. Dubbed the ARC Young Leaders Camp, a three-day youth camp was all set to shape, develop, and improve the delegates’ characters and leadership potentials. The camp is expected to be fun filled with lectures, panel discussions, workshops, reflections, and outdoor activities.
And to inspire the campers were generous camp speakers who not only spared time to visit the representatives but share a part of them.