Orientation of Ateneo’s LSE program for OFWs in Bangkok on August 2

The Orientation for the Second Batch of Ateneo Leadership and Social Entrepreneurship (ALSE-OF-LIFE) Program of Ateneo De Manila University in Bangkok will be on August 2, Sunday at St. Gabriel’s Building, Thonglor, Bangkok.

Slots are still available for OFW participants and students who want to join the program which runs every other Sunday for six months. Graduates will receive an Ateneo certificate and will be accepted by the university as alumni. ALSE is under ADMU’s School of Government (ASoG).

Orientation is open to everyone. Please message Ateneo LSE Thailand for the RSVP.

ALSE is a 12-day empowerment program designed for overseas Filipino workers to equip them in areas of financial literacy, leadership and social entrepreneurship. The program has been going on for ten years in 16 different cities across Asia and Europe. 

Classes will start on August 30 at St. Gabriel’s Foundation Building, the headquarters of one of Thailand’s oldest and most respected private schools which includes Assumption University. Last year, classes were held at Chulalongkorn University.

This year’s partners include Department of Trade and Industry – Bangkok Office, Philippine Airlines, Saint Robert’s Group of Companies, Akara Hotel, Lola’s Kitchen, Viva Filipinas and PinoyThaiyo. The Secretariat which will help facilitate the program includes some of ALSE Bangkok founders and last year’s graduates/alumni. 

ALSE also led the “Bayanihan in Thailand” for Filipinos affected by COVID-19 and raised at least 300,000 THB cash and goods. 

To inquire or join ALSE 2020 in Bangkok, you may send a message to Ateneo LSE Thailand Facebook page.