The Ateneo Good Governance and Leadership Academy (AGGLA), formerly known as the Ateneo Good Governance Development Academy, was formally ...

AGGLA relaunches with 33 fellows

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The Ateneo Good Governance and Leadership Academy (AGGLA), formerly known as the Ateneo Good Governance Development Academy, was formally relaunched last August with 33 fellows answering the call to serve in student governance.

As the premier student formation program of the Central Student Government, AGGLA aims to form student leaders with the necessary competence and background in student governance. AGGLA is composed of five modules (MAGIS) which will form the fellows with the ideals of Jesuit leadership coupled with the protocols and necessary skills needed for governance.

AGGLA conducted its Modules M and A last September and November respectively. Module G recently concluded with an exposure to City Hall and Parliamentary Procedure training.

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AGGLA is a program administered by the XU-CSG Department of Student Leadership and Development. For further updates on the program, visit its Facebook page at fb.me/AGGLABatch3


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