As part of the celebration of NTEA’s 36th Foundation Anniversary and to produce empowered and fully-equipped non-teaching personnel inclined to face challenges in the post-pandemic future, the Non-Teaching Association (NTEA) spearheads Stress Management Skill Training: Leisure, Fun, and Health Treat for an Empowered CBSUA Non-Teaching Personnel with the theme, “NTEA: Three Decades and More of Service,” on August 8, 2022, at Amesola Spring Valley Hotel and Resort.
A Holy Mass at the St. Therese of the Child Jesus Parish was offered by the officers and non-teaching personnel of the University as a mark of the beginning of the said event. The activity continued at Amesola Spring Valley Hotel and Resort with the talk on Stress Management Skills facilitated by Dr. Dariel Palmiano. The induction of the new set of officers became the highlight of the morning occasion. It was later followed by a team-building activity and awarding of winners. The said affair ended with a solidarity dinner and socials.
Present during the occasion were the non-teaching men and women of CBSUA from the four campuses and key officials of the University. It was all made possible through the efforts of the outgoing and incoming officers of the NTEA through the Gender and Development Office.