WEDNESDAY, 14 MAY – Hotelier Club of Faculty of Business, Economics and Accounting (FPEP) recently succeeded in realising a community service programme with the villagers and students of Sekolah Kebangsaan (SK) Sinua, Sook and Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan (SMK) Tulid Keningau.
Among the activities of the programme was decorating the classroom and library of SK Sinua, telematch games and giving motivational talks on the Primary School Achievement Test (UPSR) to Year Six students.
These activities were run entirely by the students of the Hospitality Programme which saw them fully applying their communication skills learned in the lectures.
The talk on the importance of education was also held for the villagers. It included explaining the importance of knowledge in improving their living standard.
Meanwhile at SMK Tulid, a motivational talk was given to Form Five students which was conducted by FPEP lecturer, Zuraidah Jamrin. The talk not only emphasised on the importance of examinations and the direction after the Malaysian Education Certificate (SPM), but also provided an introduction to Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS) as one of the best choice for secondary students.
Themed ‘Obimpoduli Yahai’ which meant ‘We Care’, the three-day programme aimed at giving educational exposure to the interior communities. – SS (fl)
Source: Faculty of Business, Economics and Accounting
Media and Citra Division