By Asia Education Review Team , Wednesday, 10 July 2024

Samsung Launches Second Wave of Galaxy Student Campus Student Ambassadors

  • Samsung reaffirmed its dedication to education and youth development with the launch of the second cohort of Galaxy Campus Student Ambassadors. This program aims to empower student creators, technology innovators, and advocates for sustainability. Building on its initial success, Samsung expanded the program significantly, welcoming 100 new Galaxy Student Ambassadors from universities across the country. The kick-off event took place at Conrad Manila and Grand Hyatt Manila.

    Chosen from a large pool of applicants, these ambassadors will embark on a year-long journey filled with rigorous training, workshops, and immersive events organized by Samsung. The Galaxy Campus Student Ambassador Program is a key component of Samsung’s esteemed global initiative, providing an unprecedented opportunity for student creators to delve into the realms of technology and content creation.

    The new year-long program is designed to be a vibrant platform for the best and the brightest to engage with Samsung’s cutting-edge innovations, top content creators, and Samsung tech industry experts. Exposure to experts, industry leaders, and distinguished guests extending across various disciplines like content creation, marketing, and creative thinking will equip them with invaluable insights and skills essential for their professional growth.

    In addition, they will participate in specialized workshops, mentorship initiatives, and exclusive events and receive early access to the newest Galaxy devices. Beyond personal growth, the program encourages a collaborative atmosphere among ambassadors, fostering creativity and productivity within a community of peers who share similar aspirations. This sense of camaraderie not only boosts individual development but also nurtures an innovative spirit that transcends individual achievements.

    At the kick-off party, Samsung Philippines Electronics Corporation (SEPCO) President Min Su Chu said, “Building on the success of the first batch, we are excited to continue nurturing the spirit of innovation among the Filipino youth. We are eager to keep watering the seed of creativity and technological advancement for this next generation of tech trailblazers and beyond as they build a better world for our future”.

    TV host and model Bianca Gonzales-Intal delivered a keynote address, followed by a panel discussion featuring industry trailblazers, offering valuable exposure to the participants from seasoned professionals in the program. Filipino-American TV personality, model, and vlogger Wil Dasovich; advocate and Forbes’ 30 under 30 listee Shawntel Nicole Nieto; and young entrepreneur and content creator Cleo Loque shared their perspectives on the technology and creative industries, reflecting on their personal journeys as content creators.

    Beyond the enriching discussions with these notable figures, the student ambassadors connected through engaging icebreaker games, thrilling activities, and a collaborative group project that they presented on the program's second day. Samsung’s steadfast support for cultivating talent, exemplified by initiatives like Galaxy Campus, highlights its enduring dedication to innovation and high standards. Stay tuned for innovative content and fresh ideas from the second cohort of Galaxy Campus ambassadors as the program continues to unfold.