In the Philippines, Merienda is a term generally coined for a lighter meal eaten in between breakfast, lunch or dinner. Last July 28 and 29, I together with some members of the PUP-SRC Firefox Club held a MozMerienda, our own localized version of MozCoffee. With the increasing number of Firefox Student Ambassadors from PUP – Sta. Rosa, I thought that the MozMerienda is a perfect opportunity for them to have a formal introduction into the program and get to know more about the Open Web.
The FSA Leaders Camp PH is a 2 day camp for all FSA Club Leads in the Philippines for training and development of the future leaders of Mozilla Philippines. This camp aims to train student leaders to be more familiar with the Mozilla mission, to promote the FSA program in their own campus, get more familiar with the Mozilla products, develop camaraderie with other FSA’s and learn how they can shape the future of the open Web.
Back in 2013, I was invited for the 1st ever FSA Leaders Camp which was held in Laguna but I didn’t attend due to several reasons and when they sent invites for this event I confirmed instantly and was looking forward to it.
Firefox Student Ambassadors lead campaigns and projects that helps encourage fellow students to join the Mozilla mission in promoting openness, innovation and opportunity on the Web. In order to be more effective as representatives of Mozilla in our respective schools we are provided with resources, support and workshops. Since February 19 is a holiday for students in the Philippines, the Mozilla Philippines Community organized a Public Speaking Seminar just for Registered Firefox Student Ambassadors held at the Mozilla Community Space Manila. Continue reading “FSA PH Public Speaking Workshop”