Nothing inspires me more than surrounding myself with other students on a mission to become future leaders and help the community!
During the weekend, I had volunteered myself to represent my University’s Student body, Community Service Initiatives at Taylor’s University (CSI@TU) for an event called Student Development Empowerment Series. It was an event that collaborated with another student body, LEAD at Taylor’s University (LEAD@TU).
“Draw a picture of your cat, and I shall give you an interpretation of your personality based on that”.
LEAD @ TU (picture above)
CSI @ TU (pictures above, sorry for being a bit biased. Hahaha)
Guy on the left: Jason Lo [CEO of Tune Talk and Musician]
On another note, after reading a post on how disposable plastic is really bad for the environment a few days after this event (link below), I really really felt the heart ache of it all. I was quite distressed at the amount of plastic bottles totally wasted during this event (it was given to every person who attended). As a facilitator, my job was to pick up all the bottles left behind. I remember very specifically about 70% of the bottles given, only 20% of the water was consumed. Where do the bottles end up? Well, you don’t want to know.
I seriously hope to bring it up to the management team next time, to avoid any unnecessary wastage of bottles, or ideally, no bottles at all.