Kalingagan National High School - Spre4d The Word: eTudlo

Kalingagan National High School, Iligan-Cagayan de Oro-Butuan Road, Villanueva, 9002

Join us at the Spre4d The Word: eTudlo event, an inspiring initiative by Google Developer Student Clubs USTP that aims to ignite a passion for ICT among Senior High School students. This event is a unique blend of knowledge-sharing and hands-on learning, designed to encourage students to explore and pursue careers in the ever-evolving field of Science and Technology.

Apr 18, 12:00 – 9:00 AM



Key Themes

AndroidAndroid Study JamCareer DevelopmentExplore MLML Study JamMobileWeb

About this event

Spre4d The Word: eTudlo is an annual information drive and outreach initiative organized by Google Developer Student Clubs USTP. With a focus on Unselfish Dedication and Social Responsiveness, the event targets Senior High School students, motivating them to consider ICT-related programs at the University of Science and Technology of Southern Philippines (USTP). The event comprises two key programs: Spread the Word, which aims to broaden the presence of GDSC and Google in Northern Mindanao by inspiring students to pursue ICT careers, and eTudlo, which introduces Google Workspace and other technologies to incoming students, particularly in the hinterland and strategic areas. Transformational Leadership and Prudence are at the heart of the event, empowering students to become responsible digital citizens and innovators who can use technology to create a positive societal impact. Join us in shaping the future of technology and fostering a new generation of problem solvers and developers.



Thursday, April 18, 2024
12:00 AM – 9:00 AM UTC


Morning Registration
Introduction to CITC Departments
Breakout rooms per department
Workshops per departments
Lunch break
Afternoon Registration
Introduction to Google Products and SDGs
Ideation Workshop
Pitching Session
Robogals Workshop


  • Andrew Ulysess Bautro

    Chief Communications Officer

  • Erica Cago

    Chief Operations Officer

  • Ralph Vincent Arienza

    Chief Community Development Officer

  • Christian Macatangay


  • Neil Cajote

    GDSC Lead

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