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"Maestro" Class

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"Maestro" Class

“Your trademark [is your own] way of interpreting it and ‘owning’ it,” he said. “[Your style] should be that no matter where it is placed and faced; you would know that it came from the person who originally thought of it.” - Elwood Perez, director

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Prestige x MINT

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Prestige x MINT

“I am amazed with what I saw. Nakakatuwa na ang pulido ng mga gawa ninyo,” said Karen Ong, the general manager of Prestige Paper Products after she and her team had spent an afternoon meeting with groups of students who presented various paper applications that made use of Prestige paper products.

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Start Them Young

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Start Them Young

“The littlest of things could actually mean a lot.”

Lyra Jazmin, Entrepreneurial Management student, realized this when she and other MINT students got the chance to teach kids in a workshop last March 3, at Western Bicutan, Taguig City. This affair served as their fieldwork for their National Service Training Program (NSTP) class.

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