Transforming Rotaractors Into Proud Filipinos Year 2

By Shayn Ian Entrata | Posted on June 20, 2024

Rotaract version of Field Trip that consist a Blend of Heritage and Fun. As a breeding ground for student leaders, it provides a unique chance for its members to develop pride in their Filipino identity. Rotaract can help its young members become well-rounded, responsible Filipino citizens by creating a connection to rich traditions and vibrant culture while also providing opportunities for fun and fellowship.

TRIP Filipinos: Delving deep into the Filipino story

Here, amidst the treasures of the past, all members of RAC PLMun-MBD gain fun and bond with each other with knowledge. Each artifact, each exhibit, becomes a building block for a deeper understanding of Filipino history, traditions, and artistry. This shared learning experience fosters a sense of purpose within our team, ensuring all members of RAC PLMun-MBD journey is not just exciting, but enriching for all participants. Within these hallowed halls of the Museum of Anthropology, we embark on a journey through time. Ancient artifacts whisper tales of ingenuity, intricate textiles showcase artistic brilliance, and everyday tools paint a picture of our ancestors’ lives. With every exhibit, TRIP Filipinos gains a deeper appreciation for the rich tapestry of Filipino culture, forging a stronger connection to our roots.

By creating a balance between academics and entertainment, Rotaract Club of Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Muntinlupa-MBD can transform its members and officers into proud Filipinos. This newfound pride translates into a stronger sense of identity and a deeper commitment to serving their communities.

TRIP Filipinos: Where journeys become friendships

This group picture captures the spirit of TRIP Filipinos – the joy of exploration, the camaraderie of shared experiences, and the lasting bonds forged on the beautiful Philippine History and this group picture it also shows the color of each member’s and officers’ clothing, which is symbolized by the color of the Philippine flag.

The T.R.I.P Filipinos firstly implemented last January 2022 at Museo ng Muntinlupa and Muntinlupa Sports Complex headed by former Rotaract Officer Cedrick Prado and Rogel Villanueva. Now on this Year 2 of its implementation, its first phase was held in the City of Manila: National Museum of Anthropology, Luneta Park and in the famous spots inside of Intramuros. 

Piecing Together the Past – Building a puzzle related to the history found in Manila

After exploring the Museum of Anthropology and Luneta Park, the exciting activities were held in Intramuros. Each station has specific tasks that teams must do in order to win, and each member helps the team in order to complete each station. This image displays the process of building a historical puzzle that may be viewed at Intramuros, Luneta Park, and the Museum of Anthropology.

This club service project was enjoyable and unforgettable for all of the Rotaractors, as it helped them develop a variety of skills (such as leadership, problem-solving, teamwork, and collaboration) through the five stations that each had a unique set of challenges that each team had to complete inside various Intramuros locations. On these activities, our participants here are Rotaract Members and officers consisting of three teams where each team is named by Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. All stations were organized by the Project Head Miguel Tabucol and his committees/facilitators.

TRIP Filipinos: Where every step tells a story.

In this station were in the team members needs to sway his/her bodies to the tunes of Tinikling, Cariñosa, and Itik-itik as we move in time. These folk dances are more than simply movements; they’re colorful tapestries that capture the essence of our ancestors’ history, love, and energy. TRIP Filipinos honors the rich cultural legacy that unites us with each spin and tap.

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