The outputs of two interns who received their “on-the-job training” at the GSP National Headquarters, Communications Division, were showcased at the “Tanghal: Development Communication Interns’ Exhibit,” held from March 11 to 14, 2014, at the Central Luzon State University (CLSU) in the Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija, Philippines.
Christia Jane Joson and Jennelyn Anne Raakin of CSLU displayed their activities, accomplishments, and outputs as interns as they introduced GSP to the visitors of the exhibits and to the CLSU community.
During the exhibit, the two interns relayed to the visitors the stories behind the pictures, articles, and other outputs. GSP’s official Audio-Visual Presentation, “Are You a Girl Scout?” was also played at the GSP booth.
Christia Joson explained the lessons she learned from the GSP during her 2-month internship: “During our internship, we realized the importance of GSP for every Filipino girl and young woman. GSP ensures the betterment of the society. I also learned that GSP is not only about camping. It also supports advocacy activities.”
In addition, Jennelyn Raakin said, “We are very thankful to the GSP for giving us opportunities to learn in the workplace. We will treasure and share our learning and experiences with the Movement.”
A caricature standee of Gespie, the official Mascot of the GSP, attracted many visitors to the booth of GSP.