In this new Life After MINT episode, Danice shares her career beginnings, and the role MINT played in her journey.
From the start, Bob loves to take on less-travelled roads.
He greatly believes in “working with a purpose”, setting the direction of the effort exerted in a project. Like a true-blue MINT alum, he also strive to create and bring out something new, and forge strong relationship among his peers, taking note of his time here in school where he got to work with various schoolmates from different programs. He also appreciates how experiences, especially since college, paved the way that he is walking on now.
Clara Benin is known for her unique renditions of OPM classics, highlighting the sincerity present in each song that she covers. Meanwhile, her original compositions tell stories of her personal journey and relatable moments about life and love.
In this weave Profile, Gino expressed how MINT instilled the value of collaboration in him, and how the school helped him develop the skills he needed to push the startup company to new heights.
In this new weave Profile, Sophie shares how MINT helped her tell music stories with ease, and how it taught her to expand her view about the path she chose to take in college.
Allan Brizuela was 41 when he graduated from MINT College in 2015, with a degree in Entrepreneurial Management. He is currently the president and CEO of Black Arrow Express, a courier service company based here in Metro Manila.
Darlene Samson was always fascinated with making videos. She shares how enthusiastic she was whenever she does AVP projects way back in high school. It was because of her love for video content creation that she decided to pursue Film in college.
Noah Del Rosario is an AB Film graduate of MINT College. He was an achieving short film director when he was in college, being one of the featured directors at Cinemalaya. He is now working as a freelance short film director (BlastOff Brothers) and in advertising as a camera operator in a commercial production company. In here, he shares how he began to pursue this path and his fondest memories in MINT as a Film student.