Business students thrive in AmCham’s 20th Business Leadership Program

Three students from USC’s School of Business and Economics were chosen as delegates for this year’s American Chamber of Commerce of the Philippines (AmCham) Business Leadership Program (BLP).

The BLP is a competitive program that offers well-qualified, undergraduate Filipino students the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of key global business and economic issues. This year’s program consists of virtual visits, meetings with CEOs, and a mentored business project.

USC was represented by Business Administration students Christine Myles Andales (BSBA MM 3), Enjel Gabrielle De Guzman (BSBA MM 3), and Gail Marie Vasquez (BSBA FM 3). 

From left: Enjel Gabrielle C. de Guzman, Christine Myles G. Andales, Arvin Justin Lim, and Gail Marie M. Vasquez.

Furthermore, Andales and her group, Team M.M.G., were hailed as Champion for this year’s BLP Business Plan Competition which was awarded on July 6, 2022.

The delegates were able to fully enjoy and utilize this opportunity under the guidance of student facilitator and alumni, Arvin Justin Lim, as well as the support of the Department of Business Administration.

Read about last year’s AmCham success story.

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