CSPC joins Convention of Filipino Youth Leaders

The Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges (CSPC) Supreme Student Council (SSC) leaders, together with the representatives from the institution’s official student-community publication, The Spark, have actively attended and participated the 9th Philippines I Transform! Young Leaders Convention (PITYLC) held at Teacher’s Camp, Baguio City on October 6-11, 2022.

With the theme “A Decade of Action: Leading Amid Covid and the Better Normal,” the national convention focused on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, how we can build forward as a better nation, what the youth can do in leading their communities toward the better normal while meeting the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The national youth leaders convention was attended by various Sangguniang Kabataan (SK), Local Youth Development councils and offices all over the country. It was also participated by different Supreme Student Government, Campus Organizations, and Student Publications from different State Universities and Colleges across the country. Community Youth groups, National Service Training Program units, and adult leaders were also invited in the said event.

During the said national convention, the CSPC delegation garnered a special Magnus Award titled Big Delegation.

The following are the CSPCeans who attended the national convention:


Johnrichelle Kate S. Casco — President

Erros Jul R. Regondola — VP for External Affairs

Christian E. Cantor — VP for Internal Affairs

Michael Luis P. Menesis — Executive Secretary

Christian Carl M. Daza — Chief Ethical Standard Officer

Denmark D. Dimzon — Secretary General

Ron Ron B. Valencia — Chief Finance Officer

John Michael B. Salcedo — Audit Commissioner

Andrei Ghied T. Villanueva — Business Manager


Mary Marjorie Gamboa — Editor-in-Chief

Alyssa Franz Uvero — Associate Editor

Jericho T. Dagami — Copy Editor

Rafael Angelo O. Morales — Art Editor

Jerome Ibarreta — Assistant Art Editor

Arjay Vibar — Photojournalist

Mark Cynric B. Beriña — News Editor

Bernadeth B. Borela — Contributor

The CSPC delegation also participated in the different activities, seminars, and contests, particularly Primus Young Leaders Tourney which consists of: on-the-spot poster and essay writing, advocacy photo, and video making contests.

Mr. Rowel S. Ramos, SSC adviser, and Mrs. Gigi V. Severo, The Spark moderator, were the delegation heads in the said event.

Photo and words courtesy from The SPARK Facebook Page