The University of St. La Salle received a donation of P200, 000 for its LifeSkills Program from the Sugar Industry Foundation Inc. (SIFI) at USLS Board Room on May 24.
Edith Villanueva represented SIFI during the turn over while USLS President and Chancellor Br. Raymundo Suplido FSC accepted the donation.
The Third Batch of commercial cooking are composed of 25 scholars who are children or dependents of sugar industry workers.
The LifeSkills Program is a 55-day outreach training program for the out-of-school youth aged 18-26 undertaken and administered by the University of St. La Salle.
The Commercial Cooking NC II Batch 3 is set to run from June 14 to August 31, 2010 at La Salle College Victorias.