Epson Philippines launches mentorship workshop for students leaders

Epson’s mentorship workshop equips student leaders with vital career skills and insights for a sustainable future.

In a bid to shape the leaders of tomorrow, Epson Philippines recently launched a mentorship workshop titled “Creating Future Leaders.” The event, held at Gregorio Perfecto High School, was attended by over 170 student leaders eager to gain career insights and develop future-ready skills.

The workshop was a cornerstone of Epson’s commitment to fostering sustainable communities. It was designed not only to impart knowledge but also to ignite curiosity and facilitate meaningful dialogues between today’s industry leaders and tomorrow’s visionaries.

During the event, Epson executives, including Masako Kusama, President and Director of Epson Philippines, engaged in an interactive question-and-answer session. They covered a range of topics from Accountancy to Customer Service, providing a wealth of professional insights.

Kusama highlighted the significance of the workshop, stating, “The workshop was a unique platform for students to interact directly with Epson’s management and gain valuable insights into various career paths. Our diverse team was thrilled to share their experiences and knowledge with these enthusiastic young minds.”

In addition to the knowledge exchange, Epson demonstrated its commitment to education by donating two printers to the school’s teaching staff and providing students with kits containing school supplies, snacks, and hygiene items.

The “Creating Future Leaders” initiative is a testament to Epson’s belief in nurturing young talent as a pivotal step toward achieving its sustainability goals. By investing in the development of future leaders, Epson is forging connections between people, information, and technology, paving the way for a more sustainable future.

Bryan is a geek at heart and a tech enthusiast by choice. He has a strong background in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations having worked in the telecommunications and banking sectors for over two decades. In his spare time, he enjoys watching clips on YouTube and binge watching shows on Netflix.

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