ABP: Financial Statement Literacy

The College of Business, Accountancy, and Computer Studies-Student Council (CABACS-SC) conducted a seminar on ABP: Financial Statement Literacy at The Little Theatre, September 24. The seminar was participated by different colleges and other non-acad organizations. The Agriculture Society was represented by their President and Auditor; James Patrick Laporno and Emmanuel Jacob Montesa. “Transparency is veryContinue reading “ABP: Financial Statement Literacy”

BAT Entrepreneurship Culmination Activity

Business Agriculture Technology Program of AgRecoletos held its Agri Entrepreneurship Culmination Activity at the Little Theater, June 30. Outstanding personalities from the AgriBusiness sector were the guest speakers who shared their success stories: Marlene Lamata, President of Rivson Group of Companies; Cherry R. Doromal, National Sales Manager of Commercial Feeds – Vitarich Feed Corporation; andContinue reading “BAT Entrepreneurship Culmination Activity”

UNO-Rians receive KAYA grants

Six UNO-Rians from the School of Agriculture were granted Kapital Access for Young Agripreneurs (KAYA) loan to start their respective agricultural businesses. KAYA is a project of the Agricultural Credit Policy Council (ACPC) of the Department of Agriculture (DA) available for individuals ages 18-30 years old with an “extensive business proposal”. The KAYA grantees areContinue reading “UNO-Rians receive KAYA grants”

UNO-Recoletos Agriculture Program Development

In the past 10 years, enrolment in degree programs related to agriculture has been declining steadily. There are few students would choose agriculture as a degree to pursue. Most of them would take degree programs that have a high demand for graduates to work abroad or that promise jobs in the city. As a result, veryContinue reading “UNO-Recoletos Agriculture Program Development”