NBSC celebrates Indigenous Month 2023
Northern Bukidnon State College (NBSC) celebrates Indigenous Month 2023. This is a testament to the college’s commitment to fostering awareness and appreciation for the cultural heritage of indigenous communities. The event brings together students, faculty, and local communities to harmoniously celebrate diversity.
This year’s celebration promises to be an enriching and culturally immersive experience for the academic community and the public. The celebration at NBSC is a testament to the institution’s unwavering commitment to cultural preservation, education, and community engagement. Indigenous Month 2023 at NBSC serves as a platform to celebrate the unique heritage, traditions, and contributions of the Indigenous communities that have called Bukidnon home for generations.
The celebration was fully supported by the College President, Dr. Catherine Roween C. Almaden; the Vice-President of Academic Affairs, Jovelyn G. Delosa; the Vice-President of Administration and Finance, Dr. Helen E. Maasin; the Director of Student Affairs, Ms. Rowena E. Bagongon, the GEC Department Chair, Mr. Rolan L. Mancha, the Extension Director Mr. Alven L. Gomez, and all the RSS Teachers.
The campus has been transformed into a hub of cultural festivities, reflecting the vibrant traditions of the local Indigenous groups. Highlights of this year’s celebration include poster poster-making contests, traditional clothing, video editing, and indigenous craft and design.
The Indigenous Month celebration at NBSC is more than just a cultural spectacle. It embodies a commitment to education and awareness. The institution believes a deeper understanding of the Indigenous communities is essential for fostering unity and promoting cultural preservation. It is a reminder that embracing our shared heritage can create a more harmonious and culturally rich society.