Only 1 hour left today until acceptance of applications to ASES Bootcamp for Career Design closes! ASES Manila hosts its first ever local career design conference for students in Manila from May 26-28, 2017. This 3-day bootcamp will be held in 3 venues at Launch Garage Innovation Hub on Day 1, Ateneo de Manila University on Day 2, and at Microsoft Philippines on Day 3.
Participants must be college freshmen and current college students in order to join. The design conference aims to develop college students to be the best designers, marketers, coders, and entrepreneurs of the future.
Invited speakers for this year’s conference are the following:
• Paul Rivera, the co-founder and CEO of Kalibrr
• Jaykee Evangelista, the Design Team Lead of Canva Manila and former art director of Summit Media
• Artie Lopez, a startup coach and the co-founder of Brainsparks Philippines
• Kristian Guevara, the co-founder and CTO of Tralulu
• Ely Apao, founder of UX Philippines and a former product manager and UX manager in US Auto Parts and OLX Philippines respectively
• Jolly Estaris, one of the leading managers of Google Philippines, as well as an associate director for digital strategy creation and media planning for Mediacom
• Matec Villanueva, a marketing consultant at CNN Philippines and former chairman and CEO of Publicis Manila
For inquiries, email email@example.com. For more information, visit asesmanila.org or facebook.com/asesmnl.
ASES Manila is the local chapter of the Asia-Pacific Student Entrepreneurship Society (ASES), a student-run organization founded and based at Stanford University in 1989 with the goal of connecting student entrepreneurs all over the world to create a global network of innovators.
Bring your kids to National Book Store‘s Grand Summer Art Camp on May 27 to 28, 2017 (from 10 am to 6 pm) at Event Center, LG Mega A, SM Megamall and let them enjoy an exciting lineup of creative activities. Admission is FREE.
For more information, visit blog.nationalbookstore.com or @nbsalert.
SM Megamall is located in Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong, Metro Manila, Philippines
Android Code Camp for Professionals is a whole day seminar and workshop for developers who would like to build their development skills using the Android programming language. Presented by DevCon Philippines in partnership with the Philippine Android Developers Community, Android Code Camp is happening on May 13, 2017 from 8 am to 5 pm. Venue to be announced.
Participants should know basic Java, bring their own laptop and a copy of Android Studio with the latest SDK and an emulator installed. Bringing of an Android device is optional. This one-day seminar is a community initiative and is a non-certificate workshop.
For more information, visit devcon.ph or @DevConPH.
Join MAGIS‘ Camp Create for art, dance, drama, drums, pottery or yoga classes from April 24 to May 26, 2017 (Mondays to Fridays, from 9 am to 12 pm). Open to kids ages 6 to 12.
MAGIS has teamed up with creative organizations based in the South of Metro Manila: ACTS Manila, DrumStart Philippines, Helen O’Grady Drama Academy Philippines, Artventure Art Center, and more independent creatives for this summer day camp.
Full (5 weeks) – Php 20,000
M-W-F (5 weeks) – Php 15,000
T-Th (5 weeks) – Php10,000
For inquiries, call +63 2 8504852 loc. 220 / +63 9279505745 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit magiscreative.net for more information.
MAGIS is located at The Learning Child School, 111 Cordillera Street, Ayala Alabang Village, Muntinlupa City, Metro Manila, Philippines.
If you’re looking for an academic summer activity that would advance or build your child’s Singapore Math skills, Mathemagis offers programs for kids ages 4 to 14 from June to July. The summer workshops are available in 6 branches: Serendra, Cedar-Makati, Alabang, Timog, SM Pasig and Katipunan.
Click here to reserve a slot.
To know more about the summer camp, visit Mathemagis’ website or Facebook page.
National Bookstore will host art camps for kids during some weekends of April and May at selected National Bookstore branches.
Let your kids learn new creative techniques, create stunning artworks, and have loads of fun at NBS’ Summer Art Camp – admission is FREE.
Visit NBS’ Facebook page for more details.
Visit Sew Easy for Kids for more info.