Knowledge Channel Foundation Inc. A total of 168 students from 24 partner colleges and universities were given special recognition after completing their internships for academic year 2018-2019.
Held at the Dolphy Theater in ABS-CBN, the event recognized the interns’ effort and hard work in supporting the advocacies and programs of Knowledge Channel Foundation Inc. (KCFI), especially in the production of animated videos for Basa Bilang and Knowledge TV.
“Today we rename the KCIP into the Knowledge Channel Volunteer and Internship Program or KCVIP to signify that the volunteers and interns are very important persons,” said Rina Lopez-Bautista, KCFI president and executive director, in her welcome remarks.
“Sana mas mapaganda pa natin ang estadong edukasyon ng Pilipinas one student, one teacher, one classroom at a time, kasama ang Department of Education. I-share natin ang sayang pag-aaral through our talents and our hard work.”
iAcademy president Vanessa Tanco, who represented the 24 partner schools, said: “Thank you so much for such a great internship program that you’ve established here in the Knowledge Channel. It really allowed our students to practice what they’ve done in school.”
The event was made even more special when Filipinas in the field of science shared words of inspiration: astrophysicist and Ateneo professor Dr. Reina Reyes and 2017 Breakthrough Junior Challenge winner Hillary Andales.