SENATOR URGES GRADUATES TO USE EDUCATION TO UPLIFT OTHERS
SENATOR Christopher “Bong” Go urged the graduates of the University of Southeastern Philippines to use their education and talents to uplift others.
Speaking at the 44th USeP Commencement Exercises, Go emphasized the significance of education and rallied the graduates to be agents of change and to champion the causes that mattered to them.
“Remember, success is not measured solely by personal achievements or material wealth. True success lies in the positive impact we create in the lives we touch along the way,” he said.
He also commended the parents for working hard to ensure that their children get an education.
“Mga kabataan nasa inyo po ang kinabukasan ng bayang ito. May you go forth from this day with courage in your hearts, knowledge in your minds, and a burning passion to make a difference,” he said.
“Never stop challenging yourselves. Seek out opportunities to expand your horizons to innovate and to adapt to the ever-changing landscape of the globalized world,” the senator said.