Alumna among National Finalists for Ten Outstanding Students of PH
Ms. Amyrrha M. Estolloso, who earned her Bachelor of Secondary Education major in English last March, has made it to the Top 30 National Finalists in this year’s search for the Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines (TOSP).
Amyrrha was chosen from almost 100 regional and national nominees after a rigid selection process based on academic excellence, leadership and social responsibility.
The national finalists were announced on August 6 at the TOSP’s official Facebook page and Amyrrha will then be invited to join a national camp where the final ten students will be selected.
Last February, Amyrrha was named the 2016 Most Outstanding Student of the Year, the highest co-curricular award given by the University. Among the awards she received during her student years include The Zonta International Young Women in Public Affairs Award and The Most Outstanding Jose Rizal Model Student of the Philippines 2015. She was also chosen to represent the University to the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations Asia Conference by Harvard University and to the 17th Ayala Young Leaders Congress by the Ayala Foundation.
Amyrrha also served as Vice Governor in the College of Education Student Council.