CBEA shares best practices in coffee tourism to local coffee growers

CCDC College of Business Education and Administration (CBEA) which is the home to the BS Entrepreneurship, BS Hospitality Management and BS Office Administration programs conducts training for Coffee farmers, in coordination with Saint Louis University, to promote the coffee tourism industry, an alternative and a supplement to the coffee production industry in the locality.  This was held June 16, 2022 with fellow entrepreneurs as speakers and with the coffee farmers of Itogon, Benguet.

CCDC Dean Rovelyn Antonio, shared the best practices of the Admirals Farm Park, a recreational, educational and outdoor site of the school, in terms of advocating mental health of children during the height of lockdowns and restrictions through safe, outdoor and sustainable farm day activities for kids.  

The community has expressed interest in the shared best practice, given that it is less capital intensive in nature and relevant with the prevalence of mental health issues among children during this pandemic, expressed Rovelyn Antonio, dean.

The CCDC CBEA conducts regular and continuous financial literacy training, entrepreneurship lessons and lecture to the community and within the academic community to include parents, teachers and alumni.